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Logger’s Life Provincial Museum - CLOSED

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The bugs, the BUGS!

This outdoor museum preserve examples of the traditional dwellings and tools used by log cutters... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2014
Zeusthecockapoo
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Barrie, Canada
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Interesting to see

Interpretive displays, real-life equipped cabins, tools and machinery. Nice plus: the bats in the... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2014
Grizzy_Porta
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Geel, Belgium
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22 Oct 2016
“Closeure of Exhibit”
18 May 2016
“CLOSED”
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3 Cromer Ave, Grand Falls Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador A2A 1W9, Canada
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Reviewed 23 October 2016

It is terrible that the NL government has decided to close this place so they can put more money in the Rooms in St.Johns

Thank Liz N
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Unfortunately, this museum has closed. It was, however, a very nice attraction and beautiful walking trails. The trails are still accessible and worth the trip but the actual museum no longer operates.

Thank dwathompson
Reviewed 28 July 2015

We stopped by on a Wednesday afternoon in July, 2015 -- prime summer season in Newfoundland. There was a rope across the enterance with a 'closed' sign on it. The lady at our B-n-B stated that she heard it was due to lack of $$$...More

Thank Laura G
Reviewed 16 July 2015

The signs are still up as if it were open, but it is not. It is closed, apparently never to re-open. We walked in anyway since we were there and everything has been removed. The buildings are tumbling down and the bugs ate us alive.

1  Thank prairiewheat
Reviewed 14 October 2014 via mobile

This outdoor museum preserve examples of the traditional dwellings and tools used by log cutters. One of the staff gave us a thorough overview of the industry's history before setting us loose to tour several log buildings. The site itself is smallish but sufficient. Admission...More

Thank Zeusthecockapoo
Reviewed 29 July 2014

Interpretive displays, real-life equipped cabins, tools and machinery. Nice plus: the bats in the horses stable. Not that easy to find, had to turn around a few times; lots of mosquitoes.

2  Thank Grizzy_Porta
Reviewed 18 July 2014 via mobile

Pros: learning about the logger life was interesting; the replica site gave a better understanding of what the camps were like; only $2.50 per person for this and the Mary March museum. Cons: hard to find - only a sign where to exit the highway;...More

3  Thank Emilie K
Reviewed 23 September 2013

This is the sister-museum to the Mary March, one admission fee for both sites. Nicely displayed log cabins with traditional set-ups and informational placards letting us become informed about a lost way of life.

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