There’s more to Prince Edward County than just wine. Step off the beaten path and discover art studios, artisan markets, local theatre & live music. Spread your wings and try something new, whether it’s a cooking class or renting a bike and cycling quiet country back roads. Prince Edward County is laid back, but there’s never a shortage of things to see and do.
Prince Edward County is
- 2 hours from Toronto GET DIRECTIONS >>
- 1 hour from Kingston GET DIRECTIONS >>
- 3 hours from Ottawa GET DIRECTIONS >>
- 3 hours from Montreal GET DIRECTIONS >>
Chart your own course using our interactive map to plan a custom wine tour.
- Choose a designated driver or hire a tour company – do not drink & drive.
- Call ahead to wineries if you’re touring with a large group (8 or more).
- Check winery hours, especially in the off-season (some wineries operate on reduced hours from November – April).
- Read our blog post on How to Plan a Wine Tour
- Read our blog post on How to Look Like a Pro in the Tasting Room
Things to See & Do
There are lots of things to see and do in Prince Edward County. Hit the beach, take in some live theatre, squeeze in some spa-time, play some golf, go fishing, visit art studios or hunt for antiques…just to name a few. Whatever you do, you’re sure to enjoy the change of pace and small-town charm that makes for the perfect getaway.
Where to Eat
Enjoy a gourmet meal, great wood-fired pizza or a picnic lunch among the vines at select wineries.
You can also explore Prince Edward County’s many local restaurants and eateries. Please note you’ll need reservations in advance during peak season for most restaurants.
Where to Stay
Book a room at a charming little B&B, stay at an inn or rent a cottage…there are lots of options to choose from. Note that most accommodations require a minimum 2-night stay in the peak season, and they get booked up quickly so be sure to make reservations in advance.