50 Centuries’ Interpretation Centre

The 50 Centuries’ Interpretation Centre features artifacts from several local prehistoric cultures. There are two archaeological sites relating to the Maritime Archaic Indians, including the Big Droke living site and the Caines tool production site, which date to approximately 4500 BP. The site also exhibits artifacts from the Groswater Paleoeskimo

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Admiralty House Communications Museum

Located just outside St. John’s in scenic Mount Pearl, Admiralty House Communications Museum will fascinate you with artifacts from the region’s past, wireless communication and the tragedy of the S.S. Florizel. Enjoy fascinating, surprising, and once top-secret stories. This historic building was originally constructed in 1915 by the Marconi Telegraph

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Arnold’s Cove Drake House Museum

The Drake House Museum is a project of the Arnold’s Cove Heritage Foundation. The house was constructed in the 1890s in the community of Haystack, Placentia Bay by George Drake and his brother John. Frank Drake, George’s son, inherited the property and lived in the building all his life. “

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Avondale Railway Museum

With the closure of Newfoundland’s railway in the 1980’s, the Avondale Railway Station was shut down. The building itself, over 100 years old, has since been declared a Heritage Structure by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Avondale Railway Station houses two museums: a railway museum and a

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Banting Interpretation Centre

The Banting Interpretation Center, located in Musgrave Harbour, was built in 1991.The centre features the wreckage from the 1941 aviation crash that claimed the life of Sir Frederick Banting, one of the men responsible for the twentieth-century discovery of insulin. The wreckage was airlifted from Seven Mile Pond in 1990,

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Battle Harbour Historic Trust

Situated on a small, near-shore island, Battle Harbour was for two centuries the economic and social centre of the southeastern Labrador coast. Mercantile saltfish premises first established there in the 1770s developed into a thriving community that was known as the “Capital of Labrador”. Today, the site has been restored

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Bay de Verde Blundons Heritage House

The Bay de Verde Heritage House was built in 1896 by Mr. John Blundon and family of Bay de Verde. Mr. Blundon was a local merchant who owned schooners and traded along the coast. The house was built to accommodate his lifestyle. The structure of the house is a good

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Beaches Heritage Centre

The Beaches Heritage Centre is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the art and culture of the Eastport Peninsula and all of Newfoundland. Through theatre programming, art gallery exhibitions and numerous events, the Centre celebrates the myriad of traditional and modern arts for which Newfoundland is renown.

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Beckett Heritage House

Open: July – September The Beckett Heritage Property depicts a typical fisherman’s home during the early 1900’s with its popular mansard roof. The property includes a root cellar, well, small barn, hen house, and associated vegetable garden. The wood house, stable, and hen’s pen were modified but its present form

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