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Dining & Cuisine

Dining & Cuisine

Twillingate has several food establishments for your culinary enjoyment. You can find a listing of Twillingate food establishments in the business directory category of dining.          

Twillingate Museum & Craft Shop

Twillingate Museum & Craft Shop

In 1972 a group of Twillingate citizens gathered to discuss a common interest in preserving the history and culture of this fine town. This museum boasts several historical collections depicting both Twillingate & Newfoundland’s past. Chaired by the Anglican parish priest, Reverend John Spencer, the Museum Committee helped convince the Parish Council to donate the […]

Prime Berth Fishery & Heritage Centre

“Prime Berth” refers to the best fishing ground spot allotted each season to the fishermen by simply drawing lots. The Prime Berth was a winner of the 2004 Provincial Cultural Heritage Tourism Award. The owner David Boyd’s own father was a fisherman for 40 years. So he is well suited to explaining our way of […]

The Durrell Museum

In 1973 a group of Durrell citizens organized themselves as the Durrell Museum Association in an effort to preserve the old Arm Lads Brigade Armoury and Training Barracks. The Arm Lads Brigade Armoury was built in 1910 and this effort was expended to preserve the memory of all those who served their country during wartime. […]

St. Peter’s Anglican Church Museum

St. Peter’s Anglican Church stands as a grand heritage structure in Twillingate as well as one of the oldest wooden churches in Newfoundland. The cornerstone for St. Peter’s was laid on November 6, 1839. The church’s bell was purchased by the people of all religious denominations as a thanksgiving for the great seal harvest of […]

Northeast Church Heritage Museum

The Northeast Church Heritage Museum was built in 1868 and closed it’s doors to public service in 1987. It boasts a hand-carved pulpit and communion rail as well as a restored Bevington Pipe Organ. A group of local citizens acquired the building when it became in danger of demolition. The group has since evolved into […]

Museums

Museums

Twillingate strives to preserve its history and there are numerous museums and exhibits to explore. Take an afternoon to stroll through and don’t hesitate to ask questions. There is a wealth of history to discover. Northeast Church Heritage Museum Prime Berth – Historic Fishing Village St. Peter’s Church Museum The Durrell Museum Twillingate Museum

The Fish, Fun & Folk Festival

The Fish, Fun & Folk Festival

The Fish, Fun & Folk Festival takes place annually during the last week in July and is one of the largest and longest running folk festivals in the province of Newfoundland & Labrador. The Festival is proud of its world-wide recognition and success celebrating the culture of Newfoundland & Labrador over the past 30 plus […]

Heritage Properties of Twillingate

Heritage Properties of Twillingate

Municipal and provincial heritage properties. Provincial designated properties are designated by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. Municipal heritage properties are deemed so by the Town Council of Twillingate and provides an extra measure of protection in an ongoing effort to preserve and promote our culture and heritage. HERITAGE FOUNDATION OF NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR […]

Twillingate Harbour Authority

Twillingate Harbour Authority

Harbour Authority Of Twillingate   Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0, Canada Phone: (709) 884-1122 Contact: Gordon Noseworthy

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Twillingate Harbour Authority

Harbour Authority Of Twillingate   Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0, Canada Phone: (709) 884-1122 Contact: Gordon Noseworthy