Central Newfoundland and Notre Dame Bay

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  • 1. Beothuk Interpretation Centre

    Indigenous Sight

    Explore the lives of the Beothuk, a First Nations people who succumbed in the early 19th century to a combination of disease and battle with...Read More

  • 2. Long Point Lighthouse

    Nautical Site/Lighthouse

    Among the few Newfoundland lighthouses you can climb (55 steps), this 1876 structure on a 300-foot cliff inspires gasps with its panoramic view...Read More

  • 3. Mary March Provincial Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Demasduit, one of the last Beothuks, was given the European name Mary March, and displays at this museum named for her trace the lives and customs...Read More

  • 4. Newfoundland Pony Sanctuary

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Newfoundland ponies are a part of the Island's cultural heritage and history. Sanctuary founder Netta LeDrew will tell you of the work this...Read More

  • 5. North Atlantic Aviation Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Just down the highway from the visitor information center, this museum provides an expansive view of Gander's and Newfoundland's roles in aviation...Read More

  • 6. Olde Shoppe Museum at Change Islands

    Museum/Gallery

    Finding a one-room museum built and maintained by a local character is a given on most trips through small towns. Finding one that holds any...Read More

  • 7. Prime Berth Twillingate Fishery & Heritage Centre

    Museum/Gallery

    A prime berth was the term for the best fishing grounds in this area. Berths were allocated by annual lottery to local fishermen, whose livelihoods...Read More

  • 8. Silent Witness Memorial

    Memorial/Monument/Tomb

    The memorial marks the spot where, on December 12, 1985, an Arrow Air DC-8 carrying the 101st Airborne Division home for Christmas crashed,...Read More

  • 9. Tilting National Historic Site

    Beach

    The community of Tilting, on Fogo's far end, is famous for how well they have preserved their "vernacular" architecture—small boxy wooden houses...Read More

  • 10. A Logger's Life Provincial Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    A division of The Rooms in St. John's, this museum portrays the hard lives of the workers who supplied wood for the paper mill in a logging...Read More

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