Bonshaw, PEI on TransCanadaHighway.com



Here are some of the attractions in and around Bonshaw:

This town was named by W.W. Irving after Bonshaw, near his native Dumphries in Scotland. The scenic highway from Borden to Churchill passes through, providing access to many great views. You can experience the 32 km Bonshaw Hills Trail between Victiria and St Catherines, taking hikers past farmers' fields and through dark hemlock forests.


Attractions

Car Life Museum
Highway 1
902-675-3555 902-892-1754
Exhibits include restored antique cars dating back to 1898, farm machinery from the early 1800s, and farm tractors form the early 1900s. Open daily 9am to 7 pm July & August, and 10 am to 5 pm shoulder season (June & Spetember). Admission $5, children 6-14 @4, seniors $4.50

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