Former United Church Cultural Gallery

The Town of Fogo Island A devastating fire destroyed the first Fogo Methodist Mission’s church and much of Fogo Island in 1875. Within two years, Fogo’s small Methodist community of approximately 140 people rebuilt the church. Its austere appearance shows the modest temperament of the people who donated their efforts

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Fort Point Lighthouse Interpretation Centre

Trinity Historical Society Inc. Fort Point, also known as Admiral’s Point, was fortified in 1746 with three batteries mounting 18  guns, a store house, a powder magazine, barracks for 224 soldiers and a pavilion for 9 officers, all surrounded by parapets and palisades.  During the 1740s, the Fort was garrisoned

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Fortune Head Geology Centre

Fortune Head Geology Centre

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Fox Moth Museum / Norris Arm Heritage and Arts Centre

Norris Arm Heritage Society Inc. The Fox Moth Museum is a heritage museum the main purpose of which is to preserve the heritage and culture of Norris Arm and surrounding area. The museum features a large number of artifacts pertaining to the community and its history regarding aviation, the railway,

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French Rooms Cultural Center

Port au Choix Heritage Committee 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

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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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Gander International Lounge

Gander International Lounge Foundation Exalted by the NY Times as “perfectly preserved, the terminal is a time capsule from the heady days when travel was exotic, and airports were beacons of the future.” The international lounge was opened with the blessing of QE2 in 1959. Architects consider it Canada’s most

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Gateway to Labrador Visitor Centre

Labrador Straits Historical Development Corporation The Gateway to Labrador Visitor Centre is a restored early 20 th century Gothic Revival style church. The Gateway is a handsome building with white clapboard exterior, pointed arch windows, the hexagonal roofed bell tower, and a signature cinquefoil window. The interior of the Gateway

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George C. Harris House

Grand Bank Heritage Society The Museum is located in George C. Harris House, designated a heritage structure by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. A typical Queen Anne structure, it was built in 1908 by local merchant George Harris. The building received the Manning Award in 1994 and the

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Gerald S. Doyle Memorial Museum

King’s Cove Historical Society Inc. The Gerald S. Doyle Memorial Museum, operated by the King’s Cove Historical Society Inc., is located in King’s Cove on Route 235 on the Bonavista Peninsula. It is dedicated to preserving and exhibiting the history of historic King’s Cove and area. Visitors are invited to

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