Barbour Living Historical Heritage Village

Cape Freels Heritage Trust Inc. The Barbour Heritage Village explores the lives of the Barbour family, a typical merchant family involved in the sealing and fishing industry in rural Newfoundland and Labrador. The village, with its many historic buildings, is located in Newtown, Newfoundland, on a point of land surrounded

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Beaches Arts & Heritage Centre

Eastport Peninsula Arts & Heritage Society Inc. The Beaches Heritage Centre is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the art and culture of the Eastport Peninsula and all of Newfoundland. Through theatre programming, art gallery exhibitions and numerous events, the Centre celebrates the myriad of traditional and modern arts

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Elliott Premises

Elliott Premises Management Committee The Elliott Premises includes a craft store, theatre, visitor information kiosk, marina, café and Interpretation Centre, which features artifacts and stories of the fishery and Newman’s Port wine. In 2005, Pierce’s Store, an early 1900’s fishing shed, was moved to Elliott Premises by boat and floating

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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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Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre

Discover all that Manuels River has to offer! Walking Trails, Exhibit & Fossil Site Tours, Events Centre, Tourist Information, Wedding Venue, Movie Theatre, Cafe, Education Programs & More!

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Rorke Store Museum

The Town of Carbonear Located across the street from the historic Rorke Stone House, the Rorke Stores served as a major commercial centre for the town of Carbonear for over 100 years. Construction on the Stone House started in 1860. Both stores across the street were built in the 1870’s

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