O'Leary is characterized by quiet, leafy, tree-lined streets and the friendliness & welcome of its residents. Click the button below for details of events, programs and to signup for recreational programs.
Welcome to the Town of O'Leary at the western end of PEI. We have a number of yearly attractions including the Potato Museum and the Blossom Festival. Check out our accomodations directory and other information.
The Town is proud to host Canadian Multiculturalism Day for the first time on Monday, June 27 from 630pm-800pm at the Maple Leaf Curling Club. Life entertainment by Celeidh Brae, welcoming of all cultural backgrounds, free food samples and more!
A section of the Canada Games Torch Relay will be travelling through O'Leary prior to the Canada Games in February 2023. Nominations being accepted for torch bearers, and we want O'Leary well represented! Nominate a Torch Bearer today at 2023canadagames.ca/torch-relay
O'Leary Town Complex
Judy MacIsaac (right) representing O'Leary Town Council, presents a donation of $15,000 for renovations at O'Leary Community Sports Centre under the 2017 O'Leary Kraft Hockeyville Legacy Project!
West Point Lighthouse
A must-visit destination for 2011, the renewed West Point attraction boasts many updates to ensure your visit is one to remember. Topping the list of enhancements for this year are:
The Lighthouse Museum, with new displays among an extensive collection of lighthouse artifacts
The renovated and expanded Inn with new furnishings and fixtures, featuring a walk-out deck with every room that overlooks the Northumberland Strait
Enhanced dining experience with local products and seafood while overlooking the West Point harbour
A 1,500m boardwalk along the dunes and interpretive trails meandering though this unique environment
The re-appointed Light-keeper’s suite, restored to its former elegance.
And then, of course, there is the beautiful beach with lifeguards, the Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, the West Point Craft Shop and the expanded marina all waiting here for you.
Canadian Potato Museum
The museum is surrounded by fertile potato growing fields where the humble potato has played an important role in the economy for many years. The museum depicts an interesting display of the potato industry, and houses a large collection of farm implements and machinery related to the growing and harvesting of potatoes. In fact, this museum contains the largest exhibit of potato artifacts in the world! In 1999 a major expansion was constructed to accommodate the Potato Hall of Fame, the extraordinary national Amazing Potato Exhibit, and incorporates the Community Museum. The building now covers over 7000 square feet and is air conditioned for your comfort.
The 14 foot fibreglass Russet Burbank potato, stands on the front lawn of the world's only potato museum. It's a big potato and quite unique. This project is representative of potato growing and shipping in our Community and was realized through fund raising efforts by the local potato industry and other interested