Orange Museum

The Loyal Orange Association came to New Perlican in 1874. The Orange Hall which now houses the Orange Museum was built in 1931. Come take a look at a way of life for most Towns in Newfoundland. Orangeism at its finest. See replica of King William coat and hat. Also,

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Petty Harbour/Maddox Cove Heritage Museum

The Petty Harbour Museum is located in the Town of Petty Harbour/Maddox Cove, just 15 minutes from downtown St. Johns. The museum is situated in the basement of the old school, which is now the Community Center and Town Office. “Many Stories in Tiny Houses” is a comment a student

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Road to Yesterday Museum

The Western Union Cable Station, now known as the Cable Building, was constructed in 1913, extended in 1927, and was in continuous operation as a repeater station until 1965. For a brief period it was used by the School Board and then abandoned for over 20 years. In an effort

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Sibley’s Cove Museum

The Sparkes-Kelleher House Lifestyle Museum in Sibley’s Cove, provides exhibits that portray the life of an angler. Farther on, New Melbourne has compelling beaches with rolling surf and numerous old concrete root cellars.

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St. Vincent’s Fishermen’s Museum

The Fishermen’s Museum in St. Vincent’s was first was established in 1995 in the restored home of a local fisherman. It is now located in an old convent behind the church on the main road of the community. Throughout all the displays in the various rooms, the treasures of a

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The John N. Leamon Museum: Ye Olde Stone Barn & Pinkston’s Forge

Co-located in the beautiful, historic town of Brigus. A single admission fee grants visitors access to both sites. The Olde Stone Barn Museum boasts an impressive collection of artifacts and models which showcase the local history. Visitors will find knowledgeable, friendly staff on site, as well as extensive genealogical records,

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Turks Gut Heritage House

The Turks Gut Heritage Conservation group is located in Marysvale, NL. It has on display a history of Orangemen with replicas and parade dress as well.

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Veterans’ Interpretation Centre

Interpretation centre provides information on Newfoundland veterans’ and their involvement in combat.

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Victoria Heritage/Tourism Society

The Victoria Heritage Park has a general store, salt box house, forge, water wheel, church, railway station, post office, bandstand, Newfoundland pony barn museum, Newfoundland ponies and other animals. The Country Church is available for other functions. 1500 ft. boardwalk surrounds the park. We have an archives and genealogy room

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Whitbourne Museum

The Whitbourne Museum is housed in the old Whitbourne Railway Station. Sir Robert Bond, Prime Minister of Newfoundland from 1900-1909, built his home, “The Grange,” in Whitbourne. The Museum holds a large collection of photographs and artifacts relating to Bond and his estate. Notable pieces include a pool table with

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