Museum of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

Crypt Tea Room and ToursDuring the middle of the summer, our Crypt Tea Room is a popular destination for visitors. By the way, our Crypt has never been used for its original purpose! During weekdays in the middle of the summer, the Cathedral operates a Tea Room in the Crypt,

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Museum of the Flat Earth

The Museum of the Flat Earth is currently closed. Situated precariously at one of the corners of the flat earth, the Museum of the Flat Earth welcomes tourists, visitors, and residents to view and contemplate its curious collection of artifacts. The museum sits at the intersection of fact and fiction

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Net Loft Museum

The Museum is run by the Rigolet Heritage Society and is located in Rigolet, Labrador. See a display of trade artefacts and information which tells the history of the Hudson’s Bay Company in Rigolet. There is also two reconstructed HBC buildings on site, one is the museum itself and the

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NL Pharmacy Museum

The NL Pharmacy Museum, formerly the James J. O’Mara Pharmacy Museum is housed in Apothecary Hall, home to the Peter O’Mara Drug Store from 1922 to 1986. In 1922, Peter O’Mara decided that he had outgrown his location at 484-486 Water Street and decided to construct a new drug store

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North Atlantic Aviation Museum

The Museum’s collection focuses on North Atlantic aviation history as it pertains to Gander and Gander International Airport from the 1930’s to the present, with the bulk of artifacts, photos and text centering on the WWII years through the early jet age. Highlights of the collection include a 1940 Hudson

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NorthEast Church Museum

The last service was held at this church in 1987 at which time the building was deconsecrated. A group of concerned citizens purchased the building when it became in danger of demolition. The group has since become incorporated in the North East Church Heritage Association Inc. and is dedicated to

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Nurse Myra Bennett Heritage House

Known throughout the province as “Florence Nightingale of the North,” Nurse Myra Bennett provided more than 50 years of nursing and medical services along the rugged coastline of the Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula. The museum is located in the 1922 built two-story traditional house which was home to Nurse Bennett for

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O’ Brien Farm Foundation

A non-profit organization responsible for the management and development of the historic O’BrienFarm located within the city of St. John’s, NL. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theobrienfarm/ O’Brien Farm Foundation:@theobrienfarm

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O’Reilly House Museum

The O’Reilly House was built in 1902 as a residence for William O’Reilly. In the 1940s, it became a government-owned residence for the local magistrate, and filled that role until 1984. In 1986, it was turned over to the Placentia Area Historical Society for development as an area museum. As

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Old Carbonear Post Office

Carbonear Heritage Society The Old Carbonear Post office is considered to be one of the finest and best preserved example of the Second Empire construction style. The Post Office was built in 1905 to replace a larger one that burned down in 1904. Over the years the building served as

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