Details, Past & Present is an art gallery that showcases the work of local artists who hail from Prince Edward Island, alongside artists from other Maritime regions. The collection is varied, with everything from landscapes to still life and portraits inspired by the scenic, ocean-side locale. Locally-made ceramics, jewelry and glass art are also featured at the gallery, as well as antique furniture from the island's homes. Alongside these, the gallery hosts exhibitions featuring artists from all over Canada and International artists as well.
Garnish Jewelry is the brainchild of owner and jewelry designer Stacy Leunes. If you're looking for unique handmade pieces of jewelry, Garnish Jewelry is the place to be. Handmade pendants, necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, and much more in innovative styles and designs made using a wide variety of precious stones are on offer at Garnish.
Charlottetown Farmers' Market is located ion the Mount Edward district and is the place to be if you're looking for fresh and local produce and other goods. Local farmers and vendors gather here every week and sell everything from fruits and vegetables to fresh seafood, meat, cheese, baked goods, organic produce, and much more. The prices are reasonable and the quality of items is extremely good. Don't forget to grab a bite at the farmers' market to taste some delicious homemade delights.
Established in 1983, Cows Creamery has come to be a local legend. The Cows ice cream parlor in Downtown Charlottetown serves up a varied selection of the local creamery's rich, premium ice creams. The parlor is favored by locals and visitors alike, and is open year round. In summer, the shop is often thronged with customers craving a frozen treat and brims with the happy chatter of a staisfied clientele. Opt for the handmade waffle cone if your in the mood for a special treat, or try one of the milkshakes and sundaes instead. The store also offers a selection of the creamery's cheeses and whimsical, cow-themed merchandise that is sure to delight both young and old.
A staple of the Charlottetown local shopping scene, Luna Eclectic Emporium is a boutique selling a variety of goods catered toward women. You'll find everything from clothing and jewelry to home decor and assortment bobbles, all at a reasonable price. Centrally located, the shop specializes in funky styles that will set its patrons apart. Take your next trip to Prince Edward Island in style after stocking up at Luna Eclectic Emporium.
Anne Shirley of Lucy Maud Montgomery's literary classic, Anne of Green Gables, has charmed generations of readers and continues to hold a treasured place in the hearts of many. The Anne of Green Gables Store is a treasure trove for fans of the series, with a staggering collection of dolls, books, stationery, clothing and other Anne memorabilia to its credit. Whether you're on the prowl for a hard-to-find collectible or a special gift, this delightful downtown store is sure to catch your fancy.
Built in 1979 by merging multiple historic buildings to make room for a shopping center, the Confederation Court Mall effortlessly blends in with the historic facades of Downtown Charlottetown. This fabulous shopping center is home to a plethora of locally-owned shops and specialty boutiques that sell everything from local specialties like the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company's delicious jams and jellies, to home decor from the Luna Eclectic Emporium. Your one stop shop for all things Charlottetown, the Confederation Court Mall also hosts festive celebrations and family-friendly events. Paired with a varied selection of restaurant and services, the Confederation Court Mall is a premier shopping destination in Downtown Charlottetown.
This delightfully old-school shop sells handcrafted knitwear and accessories, alongside a host of locally-made artisanal crafts in Downtown Charlottetown. Northern Watters Knitwear has come to be a local institution that draws in visitors from near and far. All of the knitwear sold at this store is made on-site and visitors are welcome to watch the artisans at work. Made using old-fashioned looms, Northern Watters Knitwear boasts an old-world charm that is hard to resist. In a world where automation is par course, this store breaks the mold, making for a refreshing change. Apart from sweaters, mittens and caps, the store also stocks hand-dyed yarns, pattern books, knitting supplies and a variety of crafts made by local artisans.