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The Kitchen Witch
We're located in Queen's County, Prince Edward Island, Canada
on Long River Road (Route 262)
at the intersection with Burlington Road (Route 234),
just 16 km (10 miles) from Cavendish.
We are adding more things for you to see and do in our area
Anne of Green Gables Museum
The Anne of Green Gables Museum at Silver Bush, Park Corner has a treasure around every corner. On this 110-acre property you will find a museum with beautiful flower gardens on the property, a gift shop with the finest licensed Anne of Green Gables products available, a view of the Lake of Shining Waters, Matthews Carriage Rides, a playground for the children and some of the most beautiful scenery on Prince Edward Island.
As you walk through the doors of The Table Culinary Studio, you sense the memories of the former “New London United Church” beckoning you to remember all the events that have brought the community together within its walls. What better place to congregate and share in a unique culinary experience than a space that was created for the express purpose of gathering with family and friends.
Gallery 18 in New London, PEI, is home to Island style. The owners, Aubrey Bell and Patricia Bennett, offer for sale a surprising selection of authentic antique maps and prints, fine art, old and collectible books, original vintage posters, ephemera and small antiques.
Graham's Deep-Sea Fishing
Captain Marvin Graham with over 30 years' experience. On board Greenwitch Special Edition, new in 2008, 45-ft government-approved fiberglass boat. Come reel in the fun on the beautiful Gulf of St. Lawrence. Rods, reels, bait, life jackets, rain gear, fishing license included. Catch cleaned, filleted and packaged. Washroom on board, and canteen service provided.
On a hillside in the town of Kensington, Prince Edward Island, stands a forbidding mansion. Local legend tells of a wealthy English man, Dr. Jack, descending on the small farming community in the early 1890's and creating his Tudor style home. Care was taken to recreate the winding streets of London in the old cellar to provide an atmosphere of home away from home. As the story goes, he opened a small hotel in his house, however many of the visitors were reportedly never heard from again.
Several famous figures reportedly stayed with the Doctor for extended visits, the most notorious being Lizzy Borden... some say she still walks the halls!
Come for a visit and see for yourself how the legend has grown. Maybe you'll even live to tell about it!
The theatre, along with the Eptek Art & Culture Centre and the Summerside Visitor Information Centre, is housed in The Wyatt Centre at 124 Harbour Drive in Summerside.