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    Founders' HallFounder's Hall Charlottetown, Canada
    Founder's Hall in Charlottetown, Canada is the home of the nation's birthplace pavilion and was where delegates to the Charlottetown Conference would be held in 1864, after delegates arrived here to the waterfront onboard HMCS Queen Victoria, and houses the pavilion that is a heritage bilingual museum that depicts the story of Canada from its earliest beginnings to the present period, with outstanding exhibits, the Walk and Sea Charlottetown Boutique, new TicketPro location and Charlottetown Visitors Center. It is the best place to begin a vacation here or to learn more about the city. The original 23 men, that became known as the Fathers of Confederation, would share a great vision for the country, and grow into the nation it is today. An excellent exhibit called the Time Travel Tunnel will transport visitors back in time to that point of the conference in 1864, and then conclude with the joining of the Nunavut in 1999. The museum uses multi-media, modern day technology and innovations to engage visitors about the history of this great country and its growing pains, with news reports and the theater to describe the stories of people and politics, with special headsets that narrate your exploration through the state-of-the-art exhibits, on-screen trivia games, holovisuals and more. This is considered a multisensory experience that makes learning history entertaining and fun.

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    Beaconsfield Historic HouseBeaconsfield Historic House Charlottetown, Canada
    The Beaconsfield House was constructed in 1877 for a shipbuilder and rich merchant, James Peake, Jr., the structure remains an enduring symbol of Victorian grace and elegance, with 25 rooms, imported chandeliers, mansard roof, excellent gingerbread trim, crowned belvedere and eight fireplaces. The house is open for lectures, tours and hosts special occasions in its Carriage House, and is one of the city's finest estates today. Its verandah is a great place to look over the harbor as well as the beautiful flower gardens, and bookstore onsite with outstanding and informative publications about the island. Its rooms are furnished with authentic furniture and decorative elements, along with outstanding period furnishings to complete the interior.

May 2, 2011