20 Lower Malpeque Road
Charlottetown, PE C1E 1R4
Phone: (902) 368-1110
Fax: (902) 368-1110
Enjoy a great movie watching experience at Empire Studio 8 at Charlottetown. This theater offers IMAX technology which gives its users a unique experience of living the film. The theater also provides various facilities where you can enjoy a film with you children, like party packages to celebrate your kid's birthday or a unique package called 'Empire Reel Babies' where new parents with infants can enjoy a film. The auditorium is equipped with a bottle warmer, change table and other amenities to attend to your child while enjoying the film. Also enjoy various events like popular concerts and sport events on the silver screen here.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Princess Pat Drive-In. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
You'll find the only licensed live action poker game on Prince Edward Island at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino. The Casino also holds more than 200 slot machines. After gambling inside, venture outside to the newly opened, 25 million dollar racing facility. Check the website for race dates.
Visitors to the Confederation Centre of the Arts can expect everything from theater performances to musical festivals and events. It features an art gallery that showcases varied collections of modern and historic portraits, photographs, manuscripts, posters and much more to familiarize visitors with outstanding Canadian artists. Open all year round, it features the best of Canadian audio-visual art. The center has several inbuilt theaters and also offers great dining and catering facilities. Discover the best art scene under one roof. Call ahead for more details.
The Guild houses everything from stand-up comedy to painting classes to local musicians' launch parties. See a show or walk through the gallery and appreciate the surprising amount of artistic talent this small island has to offer. The Guild was built during the 1950's in downtown Charlottetown and has since then become an important landmark. Try to buy your tickets online, if you can; purchasing at the theater's box office will cost you extra.
Looking for something new for dinner? Try murder mystery dinner theatre to spice things up. Between bites, question suspects and witnesses, study the evidence, and brainstorm with friends. For an evening filled with laughter, look no further. Eddie May Mystery Dinner Theatre puts on a great show accompanied by a great meal, the combination of which you will not soon forget.
Return to the 50s when you enter this move in drive-in. It's Coca-Cola machine, jukebox, and pinball machines will give you memories. Its film screen is over five stories tall from the ground and 70 feet wide. Be sure to check for showtimes on the website as it starts to play at dusk. If you're there early, you can even play a game of mini-golf on the 18 hole course. Remaining old fashioned, they only take cash. Food and drink is also available on site. Worried about the battery car dying? No worries, they offer battery boosts free of charge!