Red Indian Lake Interpretation Centre

Located in Millertown, nestled on the southeast shore of Red Indian Lake, the Red Indian Lake Interpretation Centre tells the story of the area’s history. This is where the Beothuk Indians once inhabited as their winter encampment. It was here where Demasduit (Mary March) was captured and then later returned

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Sunny Cottage Heritage Museum

Sunny Cottage is one of the largest Queen Anne Style houses in Newfoundland. It was built in 1907 by local merchant, Mr. John J. Rose. In 1988 Sunny Cottage was recognized as a heritage structure by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador and in 1996 was the winner of

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Twillingate Museum

The Twillingate Museum and Crafts is housed in the former Anglican Rectory and depicts life in Twillingate at the turn of the century. Nearby stands St. Peter’s Anglican Church, one of the oldest wooden churches in Newfoundland. Inside the Museum, rooms feature a variety of displays to delight young and

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United Church

 devastating fire destroyed the first Fogo Methodist Mission’s church and much of Fogo Island in 1875. Within two years, Fogo’s small Methodist community of approximately 140 people rebuilt the church. Its austere appearance shows the modest temperament of the people who donated their efforts and talents into rebuilding their place

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