Roma at Three Rivers is a National Historic Site on Prince Edward Island
The Jean Pierre Roma National Historic Site depicts the life and times of the settlement established in 1732 by Jean Pierre Roma, a Frenchman who carved from the
virgin forest a trading post he called Trois Rivières.
 
Today, through experiencing heritage programs, we share with our visitors how the people in the settlement lived from day to day, the foods they ate and the foods they
didn't eat, how cod was fished to feed Europe, the toys played with by children before they went to work at the age of 7 and  the fact that Jean Pierre Roma and his indentured servants built many of PEI's first roads ... and more!

WELCOME
Roma at Three Rivers Restaurant
HERITAGE LUNCH  (NOON-1:30)
DAILY

Daily Events at Roma
We accept  cash or Visa;  Roma's Heritage Lunch served daily 
12:00 to 1:30 pm.


Wine … $6.50/glass
Beer … $6.00/glass
(tax included)


AUGUST 26 to AUGUST 31 SCHEDULE
  •        Self Guided Tours of the Roma Site    
  •         Heritage Lunch served daily 12:00 -1:30
  •         Artifacts on desplay
  •        Roma Trails are always open
  •         Roma's Garden is worth a look
  •         History is what we're all about!
  •         September at Roma closes September 24