Where can you go in Canada to see Prickly Pear Cactus, fields of vineyards, a Blue Racer, 20,000 pheasants, native Coffee Trees, a 170 year old lighthouse, flat alvar landscapes, and buildings that whisper the history or an era of hand-quarried limestone, steamships, iceboats, saw mills and pump houses?
One place. One Island. Pelee Island.
2020 COVID-19 CANCELLATIONS
SPRINGSONG ONLINE GALA – MAY 9TH, 2020
CHILI COOKOFF – CANCELLED
HERITAGE WEEKEND – CANCELLED
HARVEST DINNER – CANCELLED
ISLAND UNPLUGGED PREVIEW CONCERT – CANCELLED
ISLAND UNPLUGGED MUSIC FESTIVAL – CANCELLED
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR ONGOING SUPPORT!!!!!
The Heritage Centre is sustained by the generosity of its supporters.
Donations in several categories are welcome.
If you would like to make a donation to the Pelee Island Heritage Centre please contact us anytime.
News – June 30,2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pelee Island Heritage Centre will remain closed
to the public for the rest of the 2020 season at the direction of our Board of
As an important attraction in our community, we look forward to welcoming back
visitors in 2021 – in a way that provides both safe access to the museum as well as a
healthy experience for visitors and staff.
Please stop by our window when you arrive on the island (across from the ferry
terminal) to view current information regarding opening hours of other island
businesses. There will also be a copy of our Eco Trail Bike Map that will help guide
you along our waterfront trail.
Our online sales remain open so please feel free to browse our online store.
Memberships are also available online and make a wonderful gift!
All donations count and charitable tax receipts will be issued (minimum for receipt is $10.00 but any amount is welcome).
Thank you very much for your support!