Barbour Living Historical Heritage Village

Cape Freels Heritage Trust Inc. The Barbour Heritage Village explores the lives of the Barbour family, a typical merchant family involved in the sealing and fishing industry in rural Newfoundland and Labrador. The village, with its many historic buildings, is located in Newtown, Newfoundland, on a point of land surrounded

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Dorset Craft Shop & Miners’ Museum

Baie Verte Peninsula Economic Development Corporation Located on the Baie Verte Peninsula, the Dorset Craft Shop & Miners’ Museum brings to life a typical mine from the late1800s to present day. A tunnel, much like a mine shaft, starts the tour and brings you out into a room that shows

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Durrell Museum & Crafts

Durrell Museum Corporation The Durrell Museum and Crafts is fast becoming a major tourist attraction and destination of choice for the many tourists and visitors to Twillingate Islands. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and perched on the top of Old Maid Hill, the museum houses community artifacts depicting the way of

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King's Point Heritage House

King’s Point Heritage House

King’s Point Heritage Society Built in the early 1900’s, this 2 story heritage house has been fully restored. On display are artifacts depicting life from years gone by. Waterfalls, trails, restaurants, accommodations, the King’s Point Pottery Shop & Gift Gallery and the King’s Point Whale Pavilion are all nearby.

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King’s Point Whale Pavilion

Dr. Jon Lien Whale Pavilion / King’s Point Heritage Society See the world’s largest reconstruction of a Humpback whale. The 50-foot whale skeleton is on display with interpretation video and signage. There is also a clay mural created by Valmont Academy K-12 students. Waterfalls, trails, restaurants, accommodations, the King’s Point

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Twillingate Museum & Crafts

Twillingate Museum Association 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

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