Located the CLB Armoury on Harvey Road in St. John’s, The William G. Tilley Museum and Archives includes a collection of photos, newspaper articles, uniforms, medals, manuals and letters that document the history of the CLB since its beginning in 1892. William G. Tilley MuseumChurch Lads’ Brigade82 Harvey RoadP.O. Box
The Quidi Vidi/Rennie’s River Development Foundation through education, advocacy and stewardship inspires the protection, conservation and enhancement of freshwater ecosystems. The QVRRDF operates The Fluvarium as a public centre of environmental excellence.
The Newfoundland Pony Society is a charitable organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting the Newfoundland Pony as a distinct heritage animal. We encourage ethical breeding standards, maintain a registration process, and foster public awareness of the Pony’s history and its future. The Newfoundland Pony Society registers qualifying Newfoundland Ponies
The Mission of SPSNL is to advance the awareness, documentation, and stewardship of shipwrecks throughout our province. The Objectives of SPSNL are to: promote the study, documentation, and appreciation of Newfoundland & Labrador shipwrecks, and training in the historical, archaeological and diving methods needed to achieve this goal;promote the preservation
Dedicated to preserving the history of the famed Royal Newfoundland Regiment since its inception to the present day. Main Lobby, Anthony W. Paddon Building,102 The BoulevardSt. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador m.me/RNFLDRMuseum Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RNFLDRMuseum/
Located at 495 Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland, the Railway Coastal is housed in the original refurbished Riverhead Train Station built in 1903. The museum is dedicated to interpreting the history of the Newfoundland railway system from its inception in the late 1880’s to its closure in 1988 as well
The “Veiled Virgin “Sculpture”One world famous art piece belonging to the Sisters and available for public viewing is a marble sculpture called The Veiled Virgin” currently housed at Presentation Convent, Cathedral Square, home of our Archives. The Veiled Virgin, the beautiful marble statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, was imported