Lawn Museum

The Lawn Museum has local artefacts including items pertaining to the shipwreck disasters of the USS Pullux and USS Truxun as well as displays about the 1929 tidal wave that hit the region. There are also traditional domestic artefacts from the community such as woodstoves, radios, pump organ, spinning wheel,

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Legge Homestead Museum & Gift Shop

Bay St. George South Historical Society The Legge Homestead is a wooden, two-and-one-half storey house in Cartyville, NL. Built circa 1905, it is a rare example of an early twentieth century farmhouse in the Bay St. George region and, indeed, in the entire province.Since it’s designation as a Heritage Structure

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Livyer’s Lot Museum

The complex consists of two structures, one housing an interpretation centre, gift shop, and a tea house which serves traditional Newfoundland cuisine and beverages. The museum itself is housed in a restored house which was constructed in 1911 on Port Elizabeth Island in Placentia Bay and was transported to nearby

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Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove Museum

The Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove Museum shares the exciting history of the early settlement of the communities of Logy Bay, Middle Cove and Outer Cove. First settled in 1610, and permanently settled in the early 1800’s, this area has a diverse and rich history. Each settlement has its own history,

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Long Island Heritage Center

Long Island Heritage Centre Corporation, Town of Lushes Bight-Beaumont-Beaumont North The Long Island Heritage Center site originally housed the Long Island Consumers Co-Operative Store from 1957 to 2002. Co-operative action was introduced in the early 1940’s by Jasper Rideout of Beaumont, Long Island from the Commission of Government. Local fishermen

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Marconi Wireless Interpretation Centre

Perched high on the hill above the community of Fogo, get a great view of the community and learn about the early communications history of Fogo Island. Built in 1911 at the instigation of the Newfoundland government, the Marconi wireless station on Fogo Island was for many years the only

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Marystown Heritage Museum

The Museum holds a wide variety of exhibits featuring items from the town’s long and rich history, including artifacts used in everyday life and the tools that people used in earning their livings. There is also a display of shipbuilding in the Marystown area. Admission: free Gift shop Guided tours

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Mizzen Heritage Museum

Housed in the Mizzen Hall, the Mizzen Heritage Society produces various exhibits every summer which aim to educate and promote the heritage of the community. The Society’s collection consists of artifacts and archival materials which outline the community’s early occupational heritage, including the seal, inshore cod and Labrador fisheries, and

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MUN Botanical Garden

MUN Botanical Garden is a place to explore and play, with cultivated gardens and meandering trails nestled in our spectacular boreal forest. You’ll discover beautiful displays of native and exotic plants, perennial and vegetable gardens, and a few surprises along the way! Explore five breathtaking trails that wander through trees,

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Municipality of Spaniard’s Bay Heritage Committee

The Municipality of Spaniard’s Bay Heritage Committee originally formed in 1996 under the chairmanship of Mr. Ed Neil. At that time, the group completed the Johnson Foundation history board project. The board is located at Veteran’s Memorial Park and provides information about the history of Spaniard’s Bay. Now known as

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