Pelee Island has an incredibly rich history, and you’ll learn about it all including First Nations activity, European colonisation, Prohibition, 1812 and the present day culture of the Island. You’ll also see some of Pelee’s unique historic architecture first hand!
Pelee Art Works is a centre for arts and culture on Pelee Island. Housed in a historic building, this community initiative mirrors the thriving and resourceful spirit of the Island community. It features the work of many local artists, photographers, potters, weavers, woodworkers, authors, jewellers, textile artists, artisans, and more.
Motor Tour in an 11-person air-conditioned passenger van. Beginning from the West Dock and stopping at main points of interest around Pelee Island, we will answer your 101 questions about Pelee Island. You will leave the Motor Tour feeling more knowledgeable about Pelee Island, Lake Erie and island life.
• The Anchor and Wheel Inn Restaurant features fresh perch, pickerel, seafood, prime rib, steaks, chicken and pasta. Located on the scenic and serene north end of Pelee. It is a fully licensed restaurant that serves lunch and dinner. It offers true island atmosphere and hospitality.
Wander back in time at the Wandering Dog Inn. Be charmed by the simplicity of yesteryear when too much screen time was not a concern and the best “connections” were made on a porch. The Wandering Dog Inn is Canada’s most Southern Inn.
Pelee Island Ferries (Owen Sound Transportation Company)