FILTER RESULTS
radius: 200 miles

Things to do in Ferryland, NL with kids

Over 1,000 years ago, Vikings landed on this most easterly point of North America. These days, it’s filled with kids having an amazi...

Load More

Ever walked on a 17th-century street, or looked at the remains of everyday life in one of the earliest European colonies in North America? If you haven't, head to the Colony of Avalon in Newfoundland!

It is one of the most scenic parks in the city. Entrance to the park is via Waterford Bridge Road, passing a sculptured duck pond and a statue of Peter Pan. The park land was donated to the city in 1911 by Sir Edgar Rennie Bowring.

The Railway Coastal Museum a non-profit museum that showcases the history of the railway and coastal boat service in Newfoundland.

The gallery represents over thirty professional artists from Newfoundland, Canada, the United States, France and Russia. Featuring a wide range of media and styles, the uniting aspects of all the work exhibited in the gallery are high quality and pro....

Eastern Edge is a non-commercial artist-run centre committed to exhibiting Canadian and International Contemporary art in diverse media, including visual, audio, interactive, performance, film and video, installation, and new technologies.

Programs and exhibitions to encourage and inspire the community in Newfoundland and Labrador, with open studio sessions and galleries.

We specialize in studio and on-location portraiture and people-at-work images for annual report and advertising spreads, interior and exterior architectural images, still life product photography and general industrial photography.

The Commissariat House Provincial Historic Site is a nineteenth century Georgian building constructed by the British Military Engineers to house both the office and residence of the Assistant Commissariat General.

Cut from the prehistoric rock of Signal Hill in St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, the Johnson GEO CENTRE takes you deep underground to experience the story of planet Earth.

See it here. Experience it. Explore the secret life of a river and the watershed and ecosystems of which it is part. Discover how water shapes our land, our city, our history, our lives.

866...the world cheers as the first cable connecting Europe to North America is hauled ashore at Heart's Content. Experience how this little town became a global communications hub.

This house, a large, brick Georgian residence has been reconstructed to be used as a museum and education centre to rekindle, promote and celebrate the strong historical and cultural links between Newfoundland and the west of England, especially thos....

The Cape Bonavista Lighthouse is a Provincial Historic Museum. The Provincial Historic Sites of Newfoundland and Labrador are snapshots of our past, providing insight into who we are today.

Follow guides in period costumes through this 1870s house that's been restored to the Bradley period of 1939. See outbuildings that range from a large fish store built in the early 18th century, to a carpentry shop, to a cod-liver-oil factory!

A place where long fingers of the North Atlantic Ocean touch the island boreal forest of Eastern Newfoundland. Rocky headlands provide shelter from the awesome power of the open ocean. The landscape varies from the rugged cliffs to the rolling forest....

Archaelogical site of Beothuk community dating to about 1650-1720; visitor centre contains models, artifacts and a diorama illustrating Beothuk life; walking trail with interpretive signs links centre with site.

Familydaysout.com - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
© Family Days Out 2018