Take a tour of the Basin Head Fisheries Museum situated on the bluff overlooking the Northumberland strait. The museum tells the story of the inshore fishery, lighthouses, fog stations and shipwrecks through artifacts, exhibits, displays, dioramas and its numerous equipment. Video’s and DVD’s are played on small boat building, fishing, processing and stories from earlier fishermen telling their fishing experiences. One of seven provincial heritage sites run by the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation. Passports to all seven provincial sites are available. Purchase a souvenir in their gift shop.
The museum is open daily 9-5 throughout the season. Individual, school and group admission is charged.