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“Very good Irish Moss Exhibit!”

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Irish Moss Interpretive Centre
Montreal, Canada
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60 reviews
9 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 96 helpful votes
“Very good Irish Moss Exhibit!”
Reviewed 18 December 2012

Every year, while on vacation in PEI, my wife stocks up on Irish Moss-based products, including, face cream, hand cream, lotion and after shave cream for me. They also make excellent Christmas gifts and friends and family truly enjoy these seaweed products.

The history of how the seaweed is gathered from the sea shore using draft horses is quite unique. It's worth the visit!

Visited September 2012
1 Thank Ray47
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English first
Summerside, Canada
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25 reviews
6 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 19 helpful votes
“Lots of information on Irish Moss!”
Reviewed 6 January 2012

It is interesting, This centre is located in the Seaweed Pie Cafe.

Visited August 2011
Thank PEICanadaJody
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Hobart, Australia
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384 reviews
200 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 213 helpful votes
“All about seaweed”
Reviewed 11 August 2011

A lot of the world’s supply of Irish Moss comes from PEI, particularly this area around Miminegash, and harvesters gather it from the beach using horses. It then ends up being used in ice cream and lots of other foods. This small museum tells the history of this important ingredient. There was a great little video and though the sound could have been a bit louder it did a good job telling the story.

There is also a cafe attached to the museum but the service was so poor - cafe staff stood around chatting to either friends or relatives and we were ignored so we left. Pity about that as the dessert cake made with seaweed sounded interesting.

Visited July 2011
Thank Mike S
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