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There is about a 15 minute walk from the Tea Room parking lot, down a gravel road, to the site. There is also handicapped parking at the end of the gravel road closer to the location. This is the TV location of the series "Random...More
My friend and I took this tour in on the advice of the locals. It's a bit of a drive to get to but then everything in Newfoundland is. They chose this site because the is 360 degrees of wilderness. No sign of civilization. Our...More
Excellent . Dora did an excellent tour. So thorough & authentic .
We had dinner after at the tea house ... a jiggers meal put on by the staff , plus a few dances .
It was delicious & fun ! Thanks so much !
We had the opportunity to watch the mini series of Random Passage and made certain to include a visit to the site on our trip to Nfld. What an amazing experience to learn how the early settlers to the province lived through hardships to establish...More
I had found the book excellent and the mini-series very good. But it was our tour guide, Eric, who made me forget that it was fiction. An amazing young man who presented it as the history of the people who fought to survive in this...More
Random Passage Site was constructed in 2000 for the filming of a mini series by the same name. We didn't see the mini series but we still enjoyed the site it very much. The site provides visitors the opportunity to step back in time and...More
The sites and stories were very interesting. The kids enjoyed and the little gifts and interesting stories about the time and tour was the right length for them. They particularly liked to pretend to have a drink at Joe's Tavern on a separate site. A...More
This place was a bright spot in our trip. The women here are interesting, friendly, and go out of their way to make sure you have fun. Take the filming site tour and you will find out that Dora, the guide, grew up in that...More
We stopped at the "Random Passage" Visitor's Center and had a delicious moose stew late lunch (well worth it!). Sufficiently fortified, we paid our admission fee and drove down to meet Dora at the Random Passage Site. Dora was the real ambassador to this beautiful...More