Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
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Considered the "Birthplace of Canada," the island’s capital is known for its charming and historical churches. Meander through Charlottetown at a leisurely pace and admire four of its most renowned churches (including one believed to be haunted!). First on the agenda is Trinity United Church; dating from 1864, the town’s oldest church in continuous use can accommodate 1,000 worshippers and is known for its magnificent stained-glass windows. Next, you’ll visit St. Dunstan’s Basilica, a National Historic Site of Canada whose soaring spires are recognized as Charlottetown’s most visible landmarks. Then you’ll drop by St. James Presbyterian Church, where three ghostly women ring the church bells, a 19th century legend that’s been commemorated on stamps. On your way back to the pier, you’ll see All Souls Chapel, a National Historic Site built of Prince Edward Island rust-red sandstone and attached to St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral.
Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.