Greenwich Interpretation Centre
The Greenwich Interpretation Centre features over 20 exhibits to help you learn and appreciate the amazing natural and cultural history of this special place.
The Time Line exhibit depicts a story of 10,000 years of inhabitation, including artifact which have been found on-site. Visitors can test their own naturalist skills with the Shell Game, Shorebird Challenge, and Dune Plant quiz.
The 3D in-floor model displays the Greenwich Peninsula, St. Peters Bay, and surrounding areas. A major component of the exhibit is the 12-minute multimedia presentation entitled “Wind, Sea and Sand, the story of Greenwich.”
The Interpretation Centre is fully wheelchair accessible and also includes a gift shop and multipurpose room.
Hours of Operation 2014
June 11 to 30 - 10am to 4pm
July 1 to August 31 - 10am to 6pm
September 1 to 14 - 10am to 4pm
From Charlottetown to Greenwich
Take Route #2 east through the village of St. Peter's, travel north on Route #16 towards Cable Head and turn west on Route #313 towards Greenwich.