Located just outside St. John's in scenic Mount Pearl, Admiralty House Communications Museum will fascinate you with artifacts from the region's past, wireless communication and the tragedy of the S.S. Florizel. Enjoy fascinating, surprising, and once top secret stories.
Apothecary Hall (488 Water Street, St. John's) The Apothecary Hall, designed by John E. Hoskins, was built by M. & E. Kennedy Contractors and builders in 1922. The original owner of the building was Peter O'Mara who used the main floor for a drugstore and used the upper level as a residence for his family.
Bowring Park Foundation The Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors which is elected by its membership. It was established on April 18, 1995, to assist the City of St. John's in the restoration and development of Bowring Park.
It’s a race against time – Can You Breakout? Imagine being trapped in a dungeon, looking for clues to escape the secret chamber, or accidental time travelers who ended up on the Titanic pre-iceberg… Immerse yourself in a storyline that requires your logical thinking, teamwork, and outside-the-box ideas and puts you in a ‘locked’ room ...
Butter Pot Provincial Park The Park is located on the Avalon Peninsula approximately 36 km southwest of St. John's along the Trans Canada Highway. The park covers an area of 2833 hectares of varied terrain and vegetation - forests, bogs, heaths and ponds.
Temporary accommodations were subsequently found at various buildings in downtown St. John's. By then, planning was well underway to build a permanent home for the legislature. In 1836, the assembly had passed an act for the construction of the Colonial Building. After much debate, Military Road was decided upon as the construction site.
One day every child in Newfoundland and Labrador will once again be taught the traditional fishing knowledge and skill of their ancestors; that this will instill in them a sense of pride, of place, and a longing to protect and conserve their natural home.
Long Pond RD 41; Long Pond RD 43; Long Pond RD 45; Street View 37 - St. John's Long Pond RD 37 Long Pond RD Street View. Next one, is the 37 - 45 Long Pond RD, St. John's Google Street View. This view is created by the Google Team for Long Pond RD in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador - Newfoundland and Labrador, CA.
Newfoundland (/ ˈ nj uː f ən (d) l ə n d, -l æ n d, nj uː ˈ f aʊ n d l ə n d /; French: Terre-Neuve) is a large Canadian island off the east coast of the North American mainland, and the most populous part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
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. Our 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.
Join us for the opening of The Rhythm of Colour, an exhibition of an all-new new body of work by painter Peter Lewis. Welcome the vibrant Newfoundland summer with paintings of the strange and familiar landscapes of the Bonavista Peninsula and St. John's.
Quidi Vidi (pronunciations vary, even amongst longtime residents, but "Kiddy Viddy" is the most common) is a neighbourhood in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. The neighbourhood is named for both Quidi Vidi Lake (where the Royal St. John's Regatta is held the first Wednesday in August, weather permitting) and Quidi Vidi Harbour - known locally as "The Gut".
In recent years, this sectarianism has declined significantly, and is no longer a commonly acknowledged facet of life in St. John's. St. John's is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of St. John's, and the Anglican Bishop of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador.