Confederation Centre Of The Arts

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About Confederation Centre Of The Arts, Charlottetown

The epicenter of arts in Charlottetown, the Confederation Centre is where all the action is. At any given day, you can find a host of shows happening at this breathtaking venue; be it theatre, concerts, workshops or musicals. There is even an indoor art gallery that showcases various celebrated artworks from Canadian artistes. These depict the vast and rich history of the region and its influence on the world. The exhibitions keep rotating giving the visitor more variety to look at.

The Confederation was officially opened to the public on October 6th, 1964. Since then, it has been the harbinger of art and culture in the city. The annual Charlotteton Festival is a much awaited event that hosts great shows like Ann of Green Gables and Canada Rocks.

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How To Get To Confederation Centre Of The Arts by Public Transport

  • Nearest bus stop at CBI Health Centre - Island-PEI

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Address: 145 Richmond St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1J1, Canada

Phone: +1-9026281864

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

Art And Culture, Art Museum, Art Gallery, Outdoors, Educational Site, Entertainment, Theatre, Concert, Convention Center, Family And Kids, Arts And Crafts, Photo Gallery, Exhibition

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  • Replica of Confederation Hall is right at the Foyer - at least there's something while Province House is being renovated. The short film about Confederation was nicely done.

  • What's not to like. Great theatre, just refurbished auditorium and stage. A real heartbeat for Charlottetown.

  • For Canada150 they have a replica of the room in Province House where Confederation all happened. And, it's free!

  • Loved the fact it was so inexpensive to get in and that they had a variety of exhibits on display. They had a good variety of local art and some unusual exhibits you won't see anywhere else

  • Very well set up museum. Plenty of space for the displays and the displays brought in are quite interesting. Definitely worth a visit if you like art and history. They also display work done by students at the local college which is amazing and inspiring.

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