The Cape Jourimain Interpretive Centre is a state-of-the-art eco-facility located directly behind the main Entry Pavilion. To lessen its environmental impact, the centre employs a number of green technologies including a geothermal heat pump, composting toilets, rainwater collection and grey water recycling, and solar panels. Inside,  you’ll find an array of public amenities including an extensive exhibit hall, a scenic observation tower, and the scrumptious Iceboat Landing Restaurant.

Exhibit Hall

The interactive displays in the exhibit hall provide background and context about the wildlife, the ever-changing coastal ecosystems, and the human history of the area — including the rugged iceboats that ferried people for 100 years between Cape Jourimain and Prince Edward Island.


World Class Bird Carvings

Featuring more than 20 world-class bird carvings by renowned carver Jim Edsall, the Cape Jourimain exhibit hall provides a multi-layered look at the natural and cultural history of this coastal region.

Click here to see Jim Edsall’s work.

Observation Tower

You’ll be amazed by the 360° degree view that our four-story observation tower has to offer. You’ll enjoy the best view of the Confederation Bridge, the Cape Jourimain beach, our on-site osprey nest, the saltwater marshes, and our unique forest ecosystem (no wheelchair access).



Check-out our gallery which features the work of local artists and artisans.

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