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Local Attractions & Events

  • A national historic site, Signal Hill is the site of many very important events, include the first transatlantic wireless transmission. Includes the famous Cabot Tower, an interpretation centre, and some of the best hiking trails in the province.

  • Turn your back on the New World at North America's most easterly point. Rugged cliffs, iceberg and whale viewing make this national historic site very special. Includes the restored lighthouse and World War 2 fortifications.

  • As Newfoundland's largest cultural space, the Rooms contains the provincial museum and art gallery. Contain within its unique architecture inspired by Newfoundland's fishery, the Rooms has hundreds of stories to tell about our long history and charming culture.

  • Delve into the depths of Signal Hill at Newfoundland's geological interpretation centre. From billions of years ago up to today, follow the history of our beautiful planet. The Johnson Geo Centre also houses one of the most comprehensive Titanic exhibits in the world.

  • This freshwater interpretation centre provides a window on the underwater world of an adjacent stream. With nine viewing windows, visitors can see brown trout and salmon in their natural habitat!

  • This local brewery located in the charming neighborhood of Quidi Vidi provides daily tours...and beer tastings!

  • This provincial historic site was once the store for Newman's port, as port matured on the island of Newfoundland had a distinctive taste that became very popular in Europe. Dating back to the 19th century, the building has been restored and tours are offered daily.

  • This centre for academic research is open to visitors to enjoy the hundreds of species of native and introduced plants. It features 5 walking trails, a cafe, and the must-see Flower Gardens.

  • North America's oldest city is filled with ghosts. Encoungter them yourself on this tour with one of the world's best story tellers.

  • Located in the beautiful former train station, this museum has a variety of exhibits and activities for the entire family in the heart of Downtown St. John's.

  • This 150 year old cathedral overlooking downtown is filled with religious art and boasts its own unique and interesting history.

  • The residence of Newfoundland and Labrador's Lieutenant Governor, this historic building is surrounded by beautiful grounds, which are open to the public.

  • Newfoundland's largest folk festival celebrates its 31st year between July 25 to July 31. Featuring local music, a wide variety of family-friendly activities, and a rousing nightlife!

  • Step in for a look at local art right on Iceberg Quest's Pier 52!

  • Home of some of the world's most unique wines made from local berries and fruits with traditional and modern techniques, Auk Island Winery opens its doors for tours and tastings.

  • Take an in-depth look at Newfoundland's fishery culture at this living history museum. Featuring must-see live demonstrations and interpretation.

  • Now located at the Hotel Gander theatre, this troupe seeks to show off Newfoundland culture as much as it entertains.

  • The best on-land iceberg viewing in the world can be found outside Long Point Lighthouse. The only thing better is an Iceberg Quest boat tour!

  • This museum will offer insight into local history and culture, and features some surprising historic characters.

  • This historic structure, next to the Twillingate Museum, is one of the world's oldest wooden churches.

  • Located on an archaeological site dating to the 15th century, this interpretation centre explores an aboriginal people and culture that is now extinct.

  • Twillingate Island offers some of trhe best views in the world from its hiking trails. Local favourites include Long Point to Cuckold's Cove and Top of Twillingate.

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  • With a fantastic view on the harbour's edge, The Keg is the perfect sophisticated end to an adventurous day with Iceberg Quest.

  • Located uptown, Jack's Restaurant offers family friendly fare with Newfoundland inspired dishes from the Capital Hotel

  • Located next to George Street, this tropical themed restaurant is a great start to St. John's world famous nightlife.

  • Located on Water Street, Shamrock City Pub boasts nightly live music, comfortable atmosphere, and traditional Newfoundland culture.

  • There's no better way to start your St. John's adventure than with a delicious dish from the breakfast menu. Almost makes a great stop for lunch after a morning of perusing Downtown shops.

  • With fantastic view of Twillingate Harbour, new management has brought sophistication and local charm into the Anchor Inn's dining room.

  • Situated in Hotel Gander, this restaurant offers excellent family dining options.

  • This centrally located restaurant offers sophistication for a romantic night out.

  • Newly renovated, the Albatross features Newfoundland specialities.

  • Located on Iceberg Quest's Pier 52, this new cafe specializes in local seafood.

  • Located next to Twillingate Harbour, this restaurant offers excellent family dining options.



  • This 3.5 star hotel is located uptown near shopping and attractions. The Capital prides itself on great accommodations and food service that is second to none.

  • With spectacular views of the narrows, the Delta St. John's is near the best entertainment, shopping, and dining the city has to offer.

  • At the centre of St. John's most historic district, the Sheraton is near Commissariat House, Government House, and Signal Hill.

  • Featuring amazing views of the harbour, this hotel is in the centre of Downtown, providing access to everything you need for your St. John's adventure.

  • Its location and views of the harbour make for a great central location for your stay in St. John's.

  • This boutique hotel in one of St. John's historic landmarks prides itself on personalized service, modern amenities, and old world charm. And it's just across the street from the Iceberg Quest kiosk!

  • Overlooking Downtown St. John's from Signal Hill, the Battery boats the "million dollar view" of the city's historic heart.

  • The Anchor Inn Hotel and Suites offers a range of accommodations, situated in a quiet corner of Twillingate where you can relax and enjoy the magnificent view of the harbour.

  • Amber Retreat is in Durrell, on Twillingate's south island in a quiet cove close to the ocean. It comfortably sleeps four adults.

  • This recently renovated merchant home in the centre of Twillingate sits just above the Tickle Bridge that joins the north and south islands. It has three bedrooms and comfortably sleeps 6 adults.

  • This comfortable historic home was built in 1874 by the Young family who have been careful to retain it's original character while still maintaining modern conveniences.

  • This luxury bed & breakfast is nestled within the beautiful shoreline, overlooking a traditional Newfoundland "slipway."

  • Located on the Trans Canada Gander, the Albatross is the perfect headquarters for your Central Newfoundland adventure.

  • Whether business or pleasure, Hotel Gander provides a central location with modern amenities for your Newfoundland vacation.

  • Located in the heart of Gander, Sinbad's is close to all amenities, while offering the renowned level of service offered by Steel Hotels.