Wyatt Historic House Museum Enthusiastic, engaged, and knowledgeable interpreters will show you through the Wyatt House Museum, built as a family residence in 1867. In the space of a fleeting 45 minutes you will discover how your interests overlap with the life and times of the Wyatt Family reflected in the collection and through the medium of your interpreter. The thousands of artifacts you will see were collected and used by the Wyatt family over the course of a century – 1890s to 1990s. So if you are interested in “people and things” you will appreciate one of the finest ‘in situ’ historic house collections to be found in Canada. Your visit will end at the Lefurgey Cultural Centre, the crown jewel of Summerside’s 1860s architecture, located on the far reaches of the Wyatt House lawn.

Seasonal: June 28-Aug 31 
Admission: $10 Adults, $9 Seniors & Students, Under 6 Free, $30 for Family (2 adults, 2 students)

Tuesday through Saturday, tours on the hour from 10 am – 5 pm (final tour 4 pm)

Spring, fall, and winter book your tour by calling 902-432-1332


Please note: Admission for the Wyatt tour is located at the Lefurgey Cultural Centre, 205 Prince Street