The City of Charlottetown’s Planning and Heritage Department has developed a series of historic photo exhibits that are displayed in its windows at 233 Queen Street on the corner of Queen and Fitzroy Streets. The series entitled, “Picturing a City” includes historic photos, artifacts and interpretation on a variety of topics relating to the City’s heritage. Our latest exhibit entitled, Queen Charlotte’s Curiosities, focuses almost exclusively on artifacts and can be viewed in the storefront windows of the Planning And Heritage Department until May 5.
In case you missed past exhibits, we have placed virtual versions here on the Charlottetown Stories website. Please see below or access the drop down menu above for a list of archived displays.
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation for honouring the City of Charlottetown with a Provincial Heritage Award for our Picturing A City historical exhibit series. We are delighted to be recognized by such a wonderful organization.