Central Newfoundland and Notre Dame Bay

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Central Newfoundland and Notre Dame Bay - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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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