The Museum is but a few minutes walk down the main road from the Kensington Railway building and Island Stone Pub.
Situated next to the town Royal Canadian Legion Hall (similar to the US "American Legion" and VFW "Veteran of Foreign Wars"), the museum looks and is small, but is packed with artifacts. It has 2 floors, and the circular layout helps to display the vast amount of memorabilia.
No admission fee as its set up and maintained by volunteers, but there is a donations drop-box in the form of a hollowed out bomb. I think it's worth donating 5 or 10 bucks )or even a bit more) for what they have on display there.
It is not open year-round, but seasonally from June to September, daily from 9:30am-4:30pm with some by appointment up to the end of November.
Stop in, spend time with history, and then enjoy a walk up to the center of a small PEI town.
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