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
Eastport Peninsula Arts & Heritage Society Inc. The Beaches Heritage Centre is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the art and culture of the Eastport Peninsula and all of Newfoundland. Through theatre programming, art gallery exhibitions and numerous events, the Centre celebrates the myriad of traditional and modern arts
The Town of Bonavista & The Bonavista Historical Society The Bonavista Museum, located at the Ryan Premises National Historic Site, showcases various aspects of local culture dating back to the late 19th century such as domestic life and entertainment, school, church, mercantile activity and occupations such as fishing, sealing, logging,
Bank of Nova Scotia Museum, Reddy Heritage House Museum & Oldest Colony Trust Building 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
Champney’s West Heritage House, Champney’s West Aquarium, Fox Island Hiking Trail Champney’s West Heritage Group Inc. The Heritage House in Champney’s West opened in 2010. It is dedicated to Ella Freeman and the house was donated to the community by her daughter Dr. Marjorie Ragosta. It is owned and operated
The Clarenville Heritage Society Inc. operates a volunteer based museum in the community of Clarenville in the former CN Railway station original built in 1942. The station building belongs to the Clarenville Shrine Club who restored the structure in the late 1990s and recently acquired Provincial Heritage Designation in partnership
Elliston is located on the tip of the Bonavista Peninsula known for whale watching, bird watching and a sandy beach. In 2000, the town of Elliston declared itself the “Root Cellar Capital of the World.” Though efforts of the town and Memorial University of Newfoundland, Elliston has been able to
This historical home reflects a way of life at the turn of the century. NO washroom facilities or electricity are characteristics that put our youth in awe. The Lake family graciously donated the house in 2002 to be opened to the public as the George & Mary Lake Heritage House.
The Museum is located in George C. Harris House, designated a heritage structure by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. A typical Queen Anne structure, it was built in 1908 by local merchant George Harris. The building received the Manning Award in 1994 and the Southcott Award in 1996.