Duration: 2.5-3 hours
groups up to 6 people
Once booked, you have 1 week until the access code expires.
A digital link will be sent after purchase and can be shared among multiple devices.
Price of the tour does not include admission fees for museums or national parks.
This can be added to your room stay at select accommodations. Click on "Where to Stay" for details.
Grab your family or friends and get ready for a couple of hours of FUN, ADVENTURE and LEARNING!
This isn’t your typical self-guided tour. Using your smartphone as your guide, you can walk/bike/rollerskate around Charlottetown.
Once you arrive at a stop, read the information provided on your smartphone. Some stops may have additional information panels or a museum close by that we encourage you to wander and explore! **Please note that some locations may be closed between October-June. Some locations might not be accessible in winter.
When you are ready to move on to the next stop you’ll be asked a question and you’ll have to hunt around the area to discover the answer (access code) and unlock directions to the next location.
Simple as that!
Don’t forget to tag us in your photos! #ExperiencePEI #PEIDiscoveryHunts
*Price of the tour does not include admission fees for museums or national parks.
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
You should bring a camera to record each wonderful moment! We also recommend bringing a reusable bottle for drinking.
During spring and summer months, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body and a lightweight pair of sunglasses. Umbrella’s are always a good idea to pack as well.
During fall and winter months, it’s important to wear and an extra layer of clothing and consider bringing a hat and gloves.
Still have questions? Visit our FAQ page to submit your own
Dave Peters, Nova Scotia
"It was a great educational tour of Charlottetown where we went at our own pace and used our own smartphones. Very multicultural (recognized Mi'kmaq, Acadian, Irish, Black, Lebanese, Women's communities). Each clue had lovely historical pictures including architectural drawings."