Given the richness of the PEI cultural heritage and history, this museum could have provided a lot more substance than it did. Having said that, the information that was provided was done in an entertaining and fun format. I would suggest that the museum reconsider the wi-fi approach; unless you stood in a particular spot, the headphones for the audio tour were erratic in delivery (maybe try the CD types that many art museums use?) There were also many exhibits where there was mention of something with nothing to read or look at to follow up. The information is probably best geared toward an 8 to 14 year old crowd (although still enjoyable for adults).
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