The Garden of the Gulf Museum, housed in a historic sandstone building at 564 Main Street, officially opened on May 16, 1958. Located on a hill overlooking the bridge, the museum is in the former Post Office and Customs House. The brick and stone structure was built in 1887 with stone quarried from the river and brick that was made locally by Robert Stewart. The building is owned by the Town of Montague and the museum operation is run by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Over the entrances are unique stone carvings, a bust of Queen Victoria and the Island Coat of Arms, with three small trees under one large tree. The small trees represent our three counties (Prince, Queens and Kings) and the large oak represents Great Britain.

The new Genealogy Centre at 20 Sullivan Lane, offers assistance for those researching their family history in Eastren PEI. This “artifactory” is open during the summer months in conjunction with the Museum. Appointments are required and may be made by calling 838-1523. There may be some fees associated with research assistance.

In the Museum itself, at 564 Main Street, you will find expanded exhibits and a new gift shop offering local handmade treasures as well as several books about the Montague area. The friendly, knowledgeable staff are always ready to assist.

The museum aspires to be interesting, inviting, and appealing and welcomes suggestions or comments on-site or by email to 

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June and September
Monday – Friday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

July and August
Monday – Saturday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm


  • Adults – $5.00 (tax included)
  • Children (under 12) – FREE
  • Motor Coaches – $45.00 (tax included) per coach

School tours are welcome and complementary with an advance notice

Garden of the Gulf Museum
564 Main Street
P.O. Box 1237, Montague
Prince Edward Island, C0A 1R0