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 multipurpose room.

Dates of Operation 2017

June 14 to September 15

Directions

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.

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