Placentia West Heritage Commitee The Placentia West Development Association’s Heritage House is the perfect midpoint on the Heritage Run. The house is located at the intersection at Baine Harbour, and its a short trip to the scenic community of Rushoon. The House is run by the Placentia West Heritage Committee.
Provincial Seamen’s Museum – A Division of The Rooms Permanent Exhibition: Living The Life – Objects of Identity Explore artifacts from the land and sea, used by Newfoundland families from the 1800s to the mid 1900s. The people of Newfoundland have long been industrious and resourceful – making a living
The Town of Carbonear Located across the street from the historic Rorke Stone House, the Rorke Stores served as a major commercial centre for the town of Carbonear for over 100 years. Construction on the Stone House started in 1860. Both stores across the street were built in the 1870’s
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 27 Clarenville Located in Clarenville. NL, the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #27 Museum has a collection of information about local veterans of the First and Second World Wars, and the Korean Conflict. There are also photographs and information supplied by descendants of those veterans that have
Salvage Fisherman’s Museum Committee Located on the most easterly point of the Eastport Peninsula, lies the 300-year-old fishing community of Salvage. Known as the Lane/Heffern House, the Salvage Fisherman’s Museum was created in 1969 and is recognized as one of the oldest in the province. Due to its historic and
Matthew Legacy Inc. The Bonavista Matthew is a full-scale replica of Caboto’s 1497 vessel, a 15th-century Caravel. It was built in 1997-98 by a team of seven shipwrights and four carpenters from the local area, under the direction of a Master Builder. Its construction marked the 500th Anniversary of Giovanni
Trinity Historical Society Inc. Built in the 1880s in the salt box architectural style by the DeGrish family, the building was acquired by the Trinity Historical Society and used as a museum since 1967. It houses a collection of over 2,000 artifacts donated by people from the Trinity area and
Vernon’s Antique Car Museum is located in scenic Swift Current, NL, 25 Kilometers from the Trans-Canada Highway on Route 210 — the main road to Burin Peninsula. Nestled between rolling hills and situated in the head waters of Placentia Bay lies the quaint, secluded village of approximately 300 residents. A