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Points of Interest

Newfoundland is a beautiful province in both it’s scenery and people with so many things to do and see. We’d need a full website in of itself to showcase everything! Below please find a very small sampling of some of our favorite things to do and see in the various parts of the province.


Signal Hill
Signal Hill is a hill which overlooks the city of St. John’s. Due to its strategic placement overlooking the harbour, fortifications were built on the hill beginning in the mid 17th century.

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Johnson Geo Centre
The Johnson Geo Centre is a geological interpretation centre located on Signal Hill, St. John’s. Most of the centre is located underground, in an excavated glacial formation that shows the exposed bedrock of the hill. The museum is named for philanthropist Paul Johnson and opened in 2002.

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The Rooms
The Rooms is a cultural facility in St. John’s. The facility opened in 2005 and houses the Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Provincial Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Suncor Engery Fluvarium
The Suncor Energy Fluvarium, also known as the Fluvarium, is a public centre for environmental education, located in St. John’s, and is operated by the Quidi Vidi/Rennie’s River Development Foundation.

The Fluvarium level, or “windows on a stream” area, features an underwater view of Nagle’s Hill Brook through nine large viewing windows. Visitors can observe brown trout and salmon living in their natural habitat. The center also has a series of natural water aquariums and terrariums that showcase fish and amphibian species found throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Quidi Vidi Brewery
Newfoundland’s largest craft brewery. Home of 7 award winning ales and lagers, including Iceberg Beer! Beer Tastings & Brewery Tours (Cost = $10+tax)


  • 6-Beer Tasting (no tour): 12pm, 1pm & 3pm
  • 5-Beer Tasting (with tour): 2pm & 4pm


  • 5-Beer Tasting with Tour: 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm

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Cape Spear
Cape Spear, located on the Avalon Peninsula near St. John’s, is the easternmost point in Canada[1] (52°37’W), and North America, excluding Danish-controlled Greenland. Cape Spear is within the municipal boundaries of the city of St. John’s, located about 2 miles (3.2 km) from Blackhead, an amalgamated area of St. John’s.

The Portuguese named this location “Cabo da Esperança” which means “cape of hope”, which became “Cap d’Espoir” in French and finally “Cape Spear”. Cape Spear is the trailhead/trail end for two components of the East Coast Trail.

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Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve
Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve is an ecological reserve located near Cape St. Mary’s on the Cape Shore, on the southwestern Avalon Peninsula of Newfoundland.

It is home to one of Newfoundland’s largest seabird colonies. The government of Newfoundland and Labrador estimates that the site is home to 24,000 northern gannets, 20,000 black-legged kittiwakes, 20,000 common murres, and 2,000 thick-billed murres, as well as dozens or hundreds of razorbill, and black guillemot breeding pairs. The ocean waters off the reserve also provides winter habitat for harlequin ducks, common eiders, scoters, and long-tailed ducks. The reserve has been designated an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International.

In addition to the numerous birds, humpback whales may be viewed from the heights during the annual capelin run.

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Salmonier Nature Park
A 3km boardwalk trail winds through a mixture of woods and wetlands. Along the way, over a dozen species of wildlife are displayed in sensitively designed enclosures. Visit this unique park to view moose, caribou, lynx, foxes, owls, and otters, just to name a few, while enjoying a relaxing stroll through the boreal forest of Newfoundland and Labrador. Visit our new Wildlife Discovery Centre to see displays on Newfoundland & Labrador’s wildlife!

Lighthouse Picnics
The perfect recipe for what will be one of your most treasured memories. Lighthouse Picnics based at Ferryland Lighthouse (built in 1870) offers distinctive picnic food using the freshest ingredients. A picnic to be enjoyed while relaxing and enjoying amazing scenery – waves, whales, and seabirds are all part of the vista. But what we offer is so much more than food and it is hard to describe in words. It is a feeling that best describes a Lighthouse Picnics experience.

North Atlantic Ziplines
North Atlantic Ziplines (NAZ) is Canada’s longest Zipline course. Soar along the rugged coastline and view the historic fishing village of Petty Harbour from 10 zip lines ranging from 300 to 2,200 feet in length. Certified, friendly guides will make this an adventure you won’t soon forget. Displays on landing platforms explain the historical, cultural, and natural features of the area. High-powered telescopes enable you to observe the natural beauty of the area. A must do on your bucket list!!

Castle Hill National Historic Site
Castle Hill is an area containing the remains of both French and British fortifications, overlooking the town of Placentia (French: Plaisance) in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The site was originally established in order to protect the French fishing interests in Newfoundland and the approaches to the French colony of Canada.

Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre
The Manuels River is located in the eastern portion of the town of Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador. It forms on the high lands of the central Avalon Plateau, traverses approximately 10 kilometers of terrain and empties into the waters of Conception Bay. The river is accessible via walking trails, which start at the Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre located on the Conception Bay Highway.


Dungeon Provincial Park
Natural scenic attraction park located in Bonavista. See a collapsed sea cave with a natural archway carved by the sea. Although camping is not permitted, it is a fantastic spot to see while in the town of Bonavista. Great area for whale watching and photography.

Skerwink Trail
Skerwink Trail is the hiking Jewel of the region. It is internationally recognized and was ranked the top 35 trails in North America and Europe by Travel & Leisure Magazine (2003). This 5.3 km hike will provide the opportunity to view and photograph the amazing coastal scenery, sea birds, whales, eagles, sea stacks as well as icebergs (in season).

Port Rexton Brewery
A craft brewery with a seasonal tap room and brewery tours in Port Rexton. Brewery is open seasonally from April to October. Follow their facebook page for events and new beers.

Rising Tide Theatre
Every summer and fall Rising Tide Theatre presents an award winning blend of plays that reflect the history and culture of Newfoundland performed by more than 40 of the Province’s most talented artists in one of our most magnificent settings

Ryan Premises National Historic Site
The Ryan Premises is a National Historic Site of Canada located in the town of Bonavista. It is preserved as an example of a large-scale merchant operation in a Newfoundland outport.

The site consists of the proprietor’s house, a carriage shed, a retail shop, a retail store, a fish store and a salt store.The staff house, adjacent to but not part of the historical site, is a Registered Heritage Structure. Earlier, the premises also included a larger salt store, a cooperage, a powder magazine, a telegraph office, wharves, fish flakes, a lumber yard and a shipyard.

Random Passage Film Site
It Happened in a Place Like This! Visit the Random Passage Site and take a walk back in time, imagine what life might have been like in a fishing village in the early 1800’s. Guided tours of the Site are provided. Be sure to stop in to see what’s on the menu in the Tearoom and a line of cultural crafts that are related to the Site that will be a lasting memory of your visit. Be sure to visit Joe’s Place the bar where the movie The Grand Seduction was filmed in 2012.

Fortune Head Ecological Reserve
Fortune Head Ecological Reserve, which contains rare fossils from 540 million years ago. Geologists call it the ‘Golden Spike’, reflecting the boundary between Precambrian and Cambrian periods, one of the most significant in the entire world. A display on the fossils is housed in the Interpretation Centre.


Long Point Lighthouse
Long Point Lighthouse is an active Canadian lighthouse located outside Crow Head on North Twillingate Island. The lighthouse, completed in 1876, attracts thousands of tourists each year and is historic to the town of Twillingate

Sleepy Cove Trail
3km moderate trail from Long Point Lighthouse to Lower Head and back, past Sea Breeze park, root cellars and a great view of Crow Head. You can see icebergs, whales, fishing boats and a great sunset.

Auk Island Winery
Come taste, stay and explore at the Auk Island Winery. This historic property is the perfect getaway with winery tours & tastings, signature dining experiences, shopping, and onsite luxury accommodations. Enjoy a wide selection of hand-picked Newfoundland berry wines and 12 thousand year old iceberg infused wines, as well as wine infused ice cream. Special bus tour and group packages are available.

North Atlantic Aviation Museum
#1 attraction on TripAdvisor in Gander! A variety of artifacts and displays chronicling Gander’s role in development of transatlantic aviation, from the 1930s through 9/11, including steel recovered from the World Trade Center Twin Towers. Airframes include a 1940s canvas-covered Tiger Moth biplane, North America’s last intact Lockheed Hudson Bomber and other military and civilian aircraft. Aircraft engines, machine guns, uniforms and interactive displays. Flight simulator, gift shop, Wi-Fi.

Silent Witnesses Memorial
A tranquil park dedicated to the memory of the 256 individuals who lost their lives on December 12, 1985 in the Arrow Air Crash. The Silent Witness Memorial sees an American soldier standing atop a massive rock holding the hands of a civilian boy and girl. Each child holds a olive branch indicative of the peacekeeping mission of the 101st Air-borne Division Screaming Eagles on the Sinai Peninsula. The trio look to the future as they are surrounded by the hills and trees of the crash site.

Cobb’s Pond Rotary Park
Enjoy one of Gander’s most beautiful attractions – Cobb’s Pond Rotary Park. Have a picnic on the lawn, walk the 4km scenic trail which is wheelchair accessible or have a swing in the playground. Made up of boardwalk and granular sections, this trail is a light walk. Named after Mr. Alexander Cobb – a worker with the Newfoundland Railway Project in 1892 – the Park is a tranquil area with lots to offer including lunch hour concerts on Fridays during the summer (weather permitting)

Salmonid Interpretation Centre
Exhibits on the main floor highlight the development as well as the History, Biology, Ecology and Habitat of the Atlantic Salmon. Visit the observation level and view the “King of Fish” as it migrates upstream to its spawning habitat, along with other species including Brook Trout, Sticklebacks and live Eels. Enjoy a meal from our restaurant on the patio or shop for that unique souvenir in our well stocked gift shop. Located just two kilometres from downtown Grand Falls -Windsor.#1 Trip Advisor


Western Brook Pond
Western Brook Pond fjord in Gros Morne National Park provides a dramatic setting for a boat tour. The Long Range Mountains, the northernmost extent of the Appalachians, contain numerous glacially-carved fjords. One of the most spectacular is the Park’s largest lake, Western Brook Pond. This 16 kilometre lake with a depth of 165 metres is home to Atlantic Salmon, Brook Trout, and Arctic Char, as well as an unusual colony of cliff nesting gulls.

There is no better way to explore this scenic delight than by taking the Western Brook Pond Boat Tour. On board, behold the spectacular glacier-carved land-locked fjord, waterfalls cascading from 2000 feet that often turn to mist before reaching the pond, billion year-old cliffs, and frequent wildlife sightings.

Marble Zip Tours
Begin your guided adventure on the first platform near the top of Marble Mountain. The first of nine exhilarating zip lines that transverse the Steady Brook Falls. Feel the adrenaline pump through your vains as you zig zag down the gorge soaring from platform to platform along zip lines up to 2000 ft long and 300 ft high. A mandatory safety briefing before departure is included in the tour along with all necessary safety equipment.

There is no better way to explore this scenic delight than by taking the Western Brook Pond Boat Tour. On board, behold the spectacular glacier-carved land-locked fjord, waterfalls cascading from 2000 feet that often turn to mist before reaching the pond, billion year-old cliffs, and frequent wildlife sightings.

L’Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site
Norse sagas had spoken of their discovery for centuries. But whether it was merely myth had always been debated. Until the discovery of a small cloak pin in 1968, by archaeologists Helge and Anne Stine Ingstad, changed everything. This and subsequent archaeological discoveries proved Leif Erickson and crews of Norse explorers settled here in Newfoundland and Labrador (or Vinland as they called it).

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the only authenticated Norse site in North America. Today, your visit will transport you back to where Vikings once stood. At the Viking Encampment, you can try blacksmithing or weaving, and talk to characters who will bring the Viking history to life. In the evenings, gather around the skáli (kitchen) and hear heroic and tragic tales of Thor, Loki, Erik the Red, and more from the Sagas.

Arches Provincial Park
A natural rock archway created by tidal action. Parking and picnic area provided. Camping is not permitted.

Codroy Valley
Codroy Valley is a picturesque landscape of lush green farmlands. Protected by the Long Range Mountains, the valley is overlooked by rugged cliffs topped with beautiful old churches. The valley was one of the earliest recorded settlements on the west coast of Newfoundland and today it’s home to several small Scottish communities with strong ties to their heritage. The Grand Codroy River area offers excellent opportunities for hiking, kayaking, and bird-watching in the summer, while snowmobiling and cross-country skiing are popular in the winter

Shallow Bay Beach
The water is shallow and warms up to swimming temperature in the summer. The northern more remote part of the beach is backed by high dunes, and can receive impressive waves after a storm. The area attracts shorebirds, especially in the fall, there can be hundreds of migrating shorebirds clustered on the upper beach at high tide..