Roy Whelan Regional Heritage Centre and Archives

An impressive facility displaying the history of communities in the Humber Valley. Exhibits on logging, agriculture, transportation and community life in the valley are a must to see. Admission: Free. Donations welcome

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Sisters’ Dream School Museum

The Sisters’ Dream School Museum offers visitors a glimpse of life from the early 1900s with a unique perspective of the Francophone roots of Mainland (La Grande Terre). Fishermen from France traveled across the waters from Red Island and built the one-room school house in 1910. The school also contained

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Stanley Ford Property and Out Buildings

The Stanley Ford Home is a 20th century vernacular, white painted wooden dwelling with a low hip roof. It was constructed in 1947, upon Ford’s return to Jackson’s Arm after serving in the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit during World War II. It has wood windows, doors and trims, and is

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Trout River Interpretation Centre

The Trout River Interpretation Centre is an interactive museum which has events such as Wave Over Wave and Passing The Time for tourists to come and enjoy during the summer season. You will find antiques, artifacts and memorabilia displayed that has been collected from museum curators and from the families

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Woody Point Heritage Theatre

Formerly known as “Lord Nelson Orange Lodge #149”, the building the theater now occupies was constructed around 1908 in the very scenic West Coast community of Woody Point. Woody Point lies in the heart of beautiful Gros Morne National Park. The building was sold in 1985, and used by local

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