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
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.
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
La Scie French Shore Connection Society Inc. Built in the early 1940s, this two-story house is an authentic example of outport living. Filled with décor of that time period, one can get a sense of what outport life was like. View the replica of a 16th century Basque fishing vessel,
MUN Botanical Garden is a place to explore and play, with cultivated gardens and meandering trails nestled in our spectacular boreal forest. You’ll discover beautiful displays of native and exotic plants, perennial and vegetable gardens, and a few surprises along the way! Explore five breathtaking trails that wander through trees,
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
Point Leamington Heritage Council The Centre is located on the bank of Mill River, an excellent salmon river and is adjacent to Rowsell’s Hill Nature Trail. The Centre has a gift shop and a coffee shop, Aunt Ethel’s Kitchen, where you can enjoy a snack during your visit. There is
Rose Blanche Lighthouse Inc. Rose Blanche Lighthouse, situated in the quaint and picturesque outport of Rose Blanche on the southwest coast of Newfoundland, is the only granite lighthouse in Atlantic Canada. Built in 1871 from a nearby granite quarry, this lighthouse stands as a proud sentinel of our shores. The building