Province House National Historic Site
Province House National Historic Site is a Charlottetown landmark. While the building is closed for conservation work, please visit the Story of Confederation exhibit at Confederation Centre of the Arts located next door.
National historic sites represent thousands of years of human history. The many stories of Province House prompt us to think about who has – and who has not - been invited to participate in shaping and governing this country. Moving forward, Parks Canada is committed to sharing the diverse stories of people and groups whose voices were missing.
Parks Canada is committed to providing updates on the important conservation project at Province House National Historic Site. For more information about this project, visit our timeline.
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