Johnson Geo Centre

(PLEASE NOTE: The Titanic Exhibit closed in 2019) 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, and space. While you are here also visit the amazing Solar System

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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 Point Heritage House

King’s Point Heritage House

King’s Point Heritage Society Built in the early 1900’s, this 2 story heritage house has been fully restored. On display are artifacts depicting life from years gone by. Waterfalls, trails, restaurants, accommodations, the King’s Point Pottery Shop & Gift Gallery and the King’s Point Whale Pavilion are all nearby.

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King’s Point Whale Pavilion

Dr. Jon Lien Whale Pavilion / King’s Point Heritage Society See the world’s largest reconstruction of a Humpback whale. The 50-foot whale skeleton is on display with interpretation video and signage. There is also a clay mural created by Valmont Academy K-12 students. Waterfalls, trails, restaurants, accommodations, the King’s Point

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La Scie Outport Museum & Tea Room

La Scie French Shore Connection Society Inc. Built in the early 1940s, this two-story house is an authentic example of outport living. Filled with décor of that time period, one can get a sense of what outport life was like. View the replica of a 16th century Basque fishing vessel,

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Labrador Heritage Museum

The Hudson Bay Store Museum concept includes the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the existing 1923 Hudson Bay Building, display of original artifacts, and preparation of interpretive displays. The Hudson Bay store has had an important role in the development of the community. The exterior storefront has been rehabilitated and

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Labrador Institute Information Centre

The Labrador Institute has been Memorial University’s permanent presence in Labrador since 1979. Collections are predominantly archival and library, but as an important cultural and educational institution, the Labrador Institute also maintains close ties with the museum community. The Institute has collaborated on several exhibitions of art and artifacts in

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Labrador Straits Museum

Situated on the north shore of the Strait of Belle Isle, the Labrador Straits Museum presents the regions rich prehistory and history to visitors and community members. Utilizing its collection of detailed oral and written accounts, artifacts and archaeological discoveries, the museum showcases the lifestyle of past and present First

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Lamaline Heritage Museum

A glimpse into the community’s past. The Lamaline Heritage Museum has eight rooms displaying unique artifacts depicting life in the late 1800s and early 1900s, a model dory collection handcrafted by former Lamaliner/author/songwriter Otto Kelland, World War I and II, Genealogy, the Inshore Fishery and Scientific and Local Data on

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Lane House Museum

The Lane House is the oldest house in Tilting and won the Southcott Award, for excellence in preserving the architectural heritage of Newfoundland and Labrador in 1997. It was built prior to 1836 by Irish cooper Augustin MacNamara (known as “Augie Mac”). Augie Mac came from Ireland with his sister,

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