Arnold’s Cove Drake House Museum

Arnold’s Cove Heritage Foundation The Drake House Museum is a project of the Arnold’s Cove Heritage Foundation. The house was constructed in the 1890s in the community of Haystack, Placentia Bay by George Drake and his brother John. Frank Drake, George’s son, inherited the property and lived in the building

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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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Bay de Verde Heritage House

Heritage Bay de Verde, Town of Bay de Verde The Bay de Verde Heritage House was built in 1896 by Mr. John Blundon and family of Bay de Verde. Mr. Blundon was a local merchant who owned schooners and traded along the coast. The house was built to accommodate his

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Beckett Heritage House

The Old Perlican Heritage Committee The Beckett Heritage Property depicts a typical fisherman’s home during the early 1900’s with its popular mansard roof. The property includes a root cellar, well, small barn, hen house, and associated vegetable garden. The wood house, stable, and hen’s pen were modified but its present

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Blackhead One Room School & Church Museum

Located in Blackhead village, near Cape Spear, is this beautifully restored one room school and church, originally constructed in 1879. The building is a Provincially Designated Heritage Structure.

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Bonavista Museum & Archives

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,

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George and Mary Lake Heritage House

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.

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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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Legge Homestead Museum & Gift Shop

Bay St. George South Historical Society The Legge Homestead is a wooden, two-and-one-half storey house in Cartyville, NL. Built circa 1905, it is a rare example of an early twentieth century farmhouse in the Bay St. George region and, indeed, in the entire province.Since it’s designation as a Heritage Structure

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Over the Top Museum

The Town of Birchy Bay The residence of the late Peter and Ida Quinlan of Birchy Bay, built in 1916, houses the Over the Top Museum. Birchy Bay was first settled by fishermen from Fogo Island who would winter in the sheltered bays in winter tilts and cut timber from

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