Admiralty House Communications Museum


Located just outside St. John’s in scenic Mount Pearl, Admiralty House Communications Museum will fascinate you with artifacts from the region’s past, wireless communication and the tragedy of the S.S. Florizel.

Enjoy fascinating, surprising, and once top-secret stories. This historic building was originally constructed in 1915 by the Marconi Telegraph Co. during the First World War as the top-secret H.M. Wireless Station for the British Royal Navy. This station, now the last standing of the 11 identical stations around the world, was built to intercept secret German naval transmissions, track icebergs, and ships in distress.

Admiralty House is Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2022!
2022 marks 25 years of Admiralty House Communications Museum and our service to the public. To celebrate, Admiralty House Communications Museum will have FREE ADMISSION and extended hours EVERY FRIDAY in 2022! Keep an eye on our website and social media platforms for celebration details!

Hours of Operation:
Saturday – Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 4 pm

Admission:
Adult: $4.00
Children (5-18): $3.00
Children Under 5: Free
Family: $10 with each additional family member $2.00
Please contact for group or family rates.
Additional fees apply for special exhibits in The Annex.

Mailing Address
3 Centennial Street
Mount Pearl, NL A1N 1G4

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Admiralty House Communications Museum

365 Old Placentia Road
Mount Pearl, NL A1N 0G7 

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(709)748-1124

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