Picton Local Attractions

There is no shortage of local attractions when visiting Picton.

Whether it be one of the many festivals or gallery showings, a tour of this historic Loyalist town or a show at the Regent Theatre, downtown Picton offers it all.

The hub of Prince Edward County, Picton offers several great restaurants including Portabella and Currah’s Cafe, two of the most elegant dining rooms on this idyllic island.

And nothing goes better with a dinner than a movie. Picton’s newly restored Regent Theatre offers regular showings of first run movies as well as concerts, dramatic and musical live action productions. Check out the Regent Theatre website to learn more about upcoming shows, attractions and productions.

Iconic describes Picton’s most famous resident, Sir John A. MacDonald. Take part in one of the walking tours offered by local historians and see the court house where Canada’s first Prime Minister first practiced law in 1834 when he defended himself after getting into a scuffle with a fellow Picton resident.

And, while these great activities and attractions will draw you to Picton, a place to stay in the heart of the action is needed.

The Queen’s Inn is the accommodation of choice for those wishing to stay in this friendly town whether it be a weekend getaway or a week long sojourn from everyday life.

Clean rooms, top quality mattresses and bedding, a great rate and a central location combined with all the great local Picton attractions will make your stay at The Queen’s Inn a memorable one.

Call their helpful staff toll free at 1-888-476-8618 or check availability, here.