Roma at Three Rivers

Roma at Three Rivers

Travel back in time this summer and experience 1732 on PEI

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Roma at Three Rivers transports visitors back to 1732 when French merchant Jean Pierre Roma established a settlement and trading post at Three Rivers. Each day, guides in character as Roma’s settlers will provide tours and lead a variety of activities ranging from fishing demonstrations to quill pen writing, and more. The fully licensed restaurant serves lunches that were popular in Roma’s time, as well as some modern favourites.

Roma will be bustling with events this summer. July kicks off with Canada Day festivities offering activities for both the young and the young at heart. Try out some toys from Roma’s time, take a guided nature walk, and top it all off with some cake.

On Tuesdays in July, Roma will present Sea, Sand and Fire. This is a new ticketed experience that features food, live music, and storytelling from both Roma re-enactors and local seafarers around the campfire with a view of the Montague River.

July will wrap up with the Three Rivers Arts and Culture Festival on July 31. Throughout the day there will be a local market, music, and many activities. To finish off the evening there will be a ticketed 19+ concert with Gadelle and The Good Ol’ Boys.

Roma is open daily from 10 am–5 pm. For information on daily activities or events, visit roma3rivers.com or follow on FB.

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