Fishermen’s Museum and Porter House

he Fishermen’s Museum was started in 1969 by artist George Noseworthy and a group of local residents who saw the need to preserve and promote the local fishing heritage that was so rapidly changing. A few years later, nearby Porter house was acquired and restored. An adjacent one-room schoolhouse, leased

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Fishermen’s Museum, Musgrave Harbour

Banting Historical Trust The Fisherman’s Museum located in the Town of Musgrave Harbour was built in 1910 and was originally the first retail store operated by the Fisherman’s Trading Company with Sir William Coaker as president of the Fisherman’s Protective Union. The museum now holds an array of interesting artifacts

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Fishing for Success and Island Rooms

Fishing For Success, Inc. is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to living, sharing and celebrating the traditional fishing knowledge and culture that sustained generations of Newfoundlanders & Labradorians. Island Rooms is a historic fishing property in Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador. It is the home of Fishing For Success,

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Flambo Head Museum and Cafe

The museum has displays, artifacts, photos, tools and implements depicting the early lifestyles of our area. They serve snacks and specials in their cafe.

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Fogo Island Marine Interpretation Centre

The Fogo Island Marine Information Centre is located in Seldom on Route 333, a 10 minute drive from the ferry terminal at Man O’War Cove. If travelling by boat it is located off the northeast coast of Newfoundland on the main shipping route to Seldom. Seldom has a natural deep

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Fortune Head Geology Centre

Fortune Head Geology Centre

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Fox Moth Museum and Heritage Centre

The Fox Moth Heritage Centre 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 commercial trans-atlantic flights

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French Rooms Cultural Center

Permanent settlement by European’s in the town of Port au Choix was prohibited under the Treaty of Utrecht of 1713. France was given exclusive rights to fish in this area of Newfoundland referred to as the “French Shore”. French fishermen were allowed here to catch and dry their fish, but

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French Shore Interpretation Centre

Located in Conche on the Great Northern Peninsula. Housed in a former Grenfell nursing station in Conche, the French Shore Interpretation Centre highlights authentic French sites scattered throughout the French Shore the communities of Conche, Croque and Grandois/St. Julien’s. The French Shore Historical Society was formed in February 2000 to

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Gateway Labrador Visitor Centre

The complex is home to the Edmund Montague Exhibit Hall which has on display many artifacts representing Labrador West and the entire Labrador region – its history, culture and people. As well, the hall showcases the fur trading and mining history of Labrador. As Labrador West is the only gateway

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