Charlottetown is a countryside town and the capital of Prince Edward Island. It is most likely the most important town, historically, although it is the smallest country’s capital. The city’s old dock is situated on the .
Confederation Centre of the Arts was opened in 1964. It covers approximately a metropolis block and comprises a museum, art gallery, two theaters, and a restaurant. Additionally it is almost certainly best famous for the annual Charlottetown Festival and more astonishingly for a musical “Anne of Green Gables” which is a part of the festival.
Province House National Historic Site situated close to the Confederation Centre. It is identified as . This remarkable building was built as Colonial Government Building. Now days the building is open for the public to visit. In 1864, the members of the meet there to initiate the modern state of Canada. Documents and Pictures of the Historic Event are on display.