Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador (CCNL) The Craft Council Gallery is one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s premier venues for the exhibition of fine craft, one-of-a-kind and craft-based art. Exceptionally refined traditional techniques meet cutting-edge contemporary work in up to twenty-three solo, duo, and group exhibitions annually. A vast range
Crow’s Nest Military Artifacts Association The Crow’s Nest Officers’ Club (originally “The Crow’s Nest Seagoing Officers’ Club”) is a private club which has been in operation since Jan 27, 1942. Beginning as a club for seagoing officers during World War II, the Crow’s Nest is rich in history; the club
Cupids Legacy Inc. Cupids is the site of Canada’s first English settlement—and that’s where the exhibits in our museum begin. Visitors are invited to follow our story through four centuries of evolving culture, struggle and achievement, told through multi-media, interactive and colourful displays—or through entertaining guided tours by knowledgeable staff.
Baie Verte Peninsula Economic Development Association Located on the Baie Verte Peninsula, the Dorset Craft Shop & Miners’ Museum brings to life a typical mine from the late1800s to present day. A tunnel, much like a mine shaft, starts the tour and brings you out into a room that shows
Dorset Eskimo Carving Committee Inc. The Dorset Eskimo Soapstone Quarry Site consists of an interpretation centre and abandoned quarry site which was utilized by the Middle Dorset Paleoeskimo culture approximately 1,600 to 1,200 years ago. Through a number of exhibits, the centre focuses on two themes: the occupation and quarrying
Cow Head Conservation & Heritage Committee Inc. In Dr. Henry N. Payne Community Museum & Craft Shop you will discover an intriguing collection of artifacts & stories, including 4000 year old tools used by indigenous hunters, a 700 year old walrus skull and a 200 year old murder weapon, and
King’s Point Heritage Society Inc. The Dr. Jon Lien Whale Pavilion houses the World’s Largest Humpback Whale Skeleton (50′) with signage and interpretation. The pavilion also features a Clay Mural by the students of Valmont Academy and a number of Marine Artifacts.
Durrell Museum Corporation The Durrell Museum and Crafts is fast becoming a major tourist attraction and destination of choice for the many tourists and visitors to Twillingate Islands. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and perched on the top of Old Maid Hill, the museum houses community artifacts depicting the way of
The Town of Fogo Island Located in on the eastern side of the harbour in Tilting, you can view the full range of buildings associated with the family-based inshore fishery. The Premises is connected to an island called “The Rock” and consists of a house, store, flakes and a stage
Elliott Premises Management Committee The Elliott Premises includes a craft store, theatre, visitor information kiosk, marina, café and Interpretation Centre, which features artifacts and stories of the fishery and Newman’s Port wine. In 2005, Pierce’s Store, an early 1900’s fishing shed, was moved to Elliott Premises by boat and floating