Historic Ferryland Museum

The Historic Ferryland Museum has been in operation for more than twenty years. It occupies a two-story structure which was built as a Bank of Montreal in the 1910-20 period. Soon after its construction, it was converted to serve as a Courthouse/jail/ police officer’s residence. In the 1970s it was

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Historic Sites Association of NL

The Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (HSA) is a non-profit and charitable organization lead by a volunteer board of directors, with a mandate to present the province’s history and heritage. Some on the HSA’s many initiatives include: Heritage Fairs for students, Bartlett Lectures, Manning Awards for Excellence, and

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Home from The Sea

The Home from The Sea – John C. Crosbie Sealers Interpretation Centre provides visitors with multiple opportunities to learn about and reflect on the history of sealing and sealers, their stories of family and community are vividly brought to life through various artifacts, art and multimedia. Just a short walk

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Jack Ward Memorial General Store Heritage Centre

Admission: Family pass (seasonal) $6.00, individual pass (seasonal) $4.00, daily pass $2.00, family day pass $4.00. Gift Shop: Locally handcrafted items and a variety of gifts and souvenier

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Jacob A. Crocker House

Jacob A. Crocker House is a two-storey biscuit box style house built circa 1898 and is a representative example of an early twentieth century fisherman’s dwelling in this area and Western Newfoundland in general. The home was built by Jacob A. Crocker, Sr., grandson of George Crocker of Dorsetshire, England,

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Jenniex House

A typical salt box style house built in 1926. This was a common style construction for the 1920`s. It is located at Photographers Lookout as you enter Norris Point and has been there since it was donated and moved to this location in 1995 overlooking the beautiful Tableland Mountains. The

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Johnson Geo Centre

Cut from the ancient rock of Signal Hill, in St. John’s, NL, the Johnson GEO CENTRE takes you deep underground to experience the story of our planet, province, people, future & space. While you are here also visit our ExxonMobil Oil & Gas Gallery & Titanic Story. Enhance your experience

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K’Taqmkuk Mi’Kmaq Museum

The community of St. George’s is an area rich in Mi’kmaq history. Earliest occupation of the area is uncertain, however the area known as “Seal Rocks” which is now a part of the community of St. George’s, is well documented as being the largest and principle Mi’kmaq settlement in the

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King’s Cove Lighthouse

King’s Cove boasts steep cliffs that frame the early fishing station dating from the 1700s. St. John’s merchant James MacBraire established a major fishing station here in the early days. King’s Cove was once known as the “Athens of the North” because of the many famous residents including; Gerald S.

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La Scie-French Shore Connection Society Inc.

The La Scie French Shore Connection Society Inc. is committed to the promotion of French Shore Theme in the La Scie area and the preservation of our French history for future generations. Through the development of historical sites, tourist attractions and the provision of educational opportunities, the rich French history

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