Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador
The Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is a non-profit, charitable organization representing institutions and individuals interested in the preservation and promotion of the province’s material and cultural heritage. The Association was incorporated in 1980 under the leadership of a volunteer Board of Directors representative of the museum and heritage community in the province.
Explore The Museums
Landfall Trust Inc. Kent Cottage is over 200 years old, and represents an excellent example of a period cottage in rural Newfoundland. It retains many of the original features. It is set in 11 acres of the natural environment. It was originally owned by [...]
King’s Point Heritage Society Inc. King’s Point Heritage House is an historical house, built circa 1903, for Ananias G Yates. It was later donated by the family to the King’s Point Heritage Society and was restored into a heritage museum that displays artifacts depicting early life in the King’s Point area.
Cupids Legacy Inc. Cupids is the site of Canada’s first English settlement—and that’s where the exhibits in our museum begin. Visitors are invited to follow our story through four centuries of evolving culture, struggle and achievement, told through multi-media, interactive and colourful displays—or through entertaining guided tours by knowledgeable staff. Exhibit highlights also include [...]
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To recognize the outstanding and invaluable contributions to life in Newfoundland and Labrador, the Honourable Dr. Andrew Furey is introducing for the first time in