The Burin Heritage Tourism Association consists of a Heritage House Museum, also known as the Reddy House, and a museum in the Bank of Nova Scotia building. On the premises we also have a Craft Shop for local goods, and By the Rock Cafe with traditional Newfoundland cuisine, and an Oldest Colony Trust Building which is used for our Wednesday night entertainment & events.
Experience the rich culture and history of a seafaring people, nestled in the hills overlooking the ocean, the scenery is spectacular.
The Burin Heritage Tourism Association has a craft shop on the first floor of the Bank of Nova Scotia Museum, and the Bank Vault, the second floor has a Mariners room and the Tilde Wave Display, war room, and school room, third floor has a typewriter room, Tool Room and sports room.
Reddy Heritage House once one by the Reddy Family has a outport kitchen, parlor, dining room, sewing room bedrooms and the Cottage Hospital Exhibit.
The Oldest Colony Trust Building was once a cold storage facility, Exhibit are the art work of Burin during 19th century, also a board walk and the place where the Burin Heritage Tourism Association holds its Wednesday Night Entertainment.
Admission : Free, Donations Accepted
Bank of Nova Scotia Museum and Heritage House Museum
Hours, March 30 to June 30 – 8am to 4:30 pm
July 1 to September 13 – 8am to 8pm
September 14 to September 25 – 8am to 4:30pm
By D Rock Cafe
Hours, June 11 to September 13 – 11am to 8pm
Traditional Newfoundland Cuisine
Oldest Colony Trust Building
Hours, June To September we have our Wednesday Night Entertainment from 7pm to 9pm with local entertainment