Road to Yesterday Museum & Christopher Pratt Art Gallery

The Museum and Gallery are a project of the Bay Roberts Heritage Society Inc. The Western Union Cable Station, now known as the Cable Building, was constructed in 1913, extended in 1927, and was in continuous operation as a repeater station until 1965. For a brief period it was used

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Rorke Store Museum

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 and remained in use

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Rose Blanche Lighthouse

The Rose Blanche Lighthouse is located in scenic Rose Blanche, a 45km drive along Route 470 from Port aux Basques. Built in 1871 from a nearby granite quarry, this lighthouse stands as a proud sentinel of our shores. D and T Stevenson, lighthouse engineers from Edinburgh, Scotland, designed the original

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Roy Whelan Regional Heritage Centre and Archives

An impressive facility displaying the history of communities in the Humber Valley. Exhibits on logging, agriculture, transportation and community life in the valley are a must to see. Admission: Free. Donations welcome

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Royal Canadian Legion Museum

Legion Branch 27 has a collection of information about local veterans of the First and Second World Wars, and the Korean Conflict. There are is also photographs and information supplied by descendants of those veterans have been reproduced into 8 x 10 format.

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Royal Newfoundland Regiment Museum

The Regimental Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the famed Royal Newfoundland Regiment since its inception to the present day. Though termed a ‘Museum’, it is a site of a Historical Collection and Archives of the Regiment. Here you will find artifacts, framed exhibits, photographs, personal collections and

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Salvage Fishermen’s Museum

Located on the most easterly point of the Eastport peninsula, Salvage is the oldest community in the region. The Museum is in a converted house which was built in 1860 by Charles Lane. Its collection is comprised of early fishing equipment, tools and domestic artifacts reflecting the community’s history. Highlights

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Shipwreck Preservation Society of Newfoundland and Labrador Inc.

The Mission of SPSNL is to advance the awareness, documentation, and stewardship of shipwrecks throughout our province. The Objectives of SPSNL are to: promote the study, documentation, and appreciation of Newfoundland & Labrador shipwrecks, and training in the historical, archaeological and diving methods needed to achieve this goal;promote the preservation

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Sisters’ Dream School Museum

The Sisters’ Dream School Museum offers visitors a glimpse of life from the early 1900s with a unique perspective of the Francophone roots of Mainland (La Grande Terre). Fishermen from France traveled across the waters from Red Island and built the one-room school house in 1910. The school also contained

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Smallwood Interpretation Information Centre

Located in panoramic Freshwater Bay and the birthplace of the last “Father of Confederation,” the Smallwood Interpretation and Kittiwake Coast Information Centre highlights the story of Joseph R. Smallwood, and his quest for confederation with Canada. The Centre showcases numerous artifacts from the Smallwood era such as campaign hats and

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