Bishop’s Falls Museum

Bishop’s Falls Heritage Society Inc. This Heritage Center is a project of the Bishop’s Falls Heritage Society and displays artifacts from the local history with emphasis on the railway, logging, sports, and community. There are railways artefacts, as well as those from the logging and forestry industries. The Museum also

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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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Fox Moth Museum & Arts Centre

Norris Arm Heritage Society The Fox Moth Museum is a replica of the original aviation hangar constructed on this site in the mid 1930s. Pioneer pilot Capt. Douglas Fraser, with his plane the Fox Moth, used this building as home base for his meteorological flights gathering data for the first

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Grand Falls Windsor Heritage Centre

Grand Falls-Windsor Heritage Society The Heritage Centre offers information about the early beginnings of the town that started with the formation of a paper mill. There are thousands of historical photos, documents and artifacts, as well as genealogical information. There are also books and art from local artists. Located downtown

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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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Springdale Heritage Centre

Springdale Heritage Society The purpose of the Springdale Heritage Society is to collect, preserve, and present items pertaining to the historical and cultural heritage of Springdale and the immediate Hall’s Bay area. Although the Society considers accepting small, museum-type items which are of specific local interest, its focus is primarily

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