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Don’t miss this great museum and archeological site while visiting Ferryland NL. It provides a good glimpse into the past of the history of Newfoundland. Pay the extra fee and visit the 17 century kitchen while there to see what’s cooking.
We visited the Edge of Avalon Interpretive Centre before taking the hike out to Mistaken Point to view the fossils. The hike isn't for the faint of heart, but well worth it once you are standing near the fossils. Very informative guide. It was very...More
Travelling to the Edge of Avalon in Portugal Cove South is a beautiful experience. The landscape transition is my favorite part of driving down to Portugal Cove South to take in the Guided Mistaken Point tour.
It is a very busy place with limited access...More
Before making the trek to the Mistaken Point Ecological Reserve, individuals are asked to meet at the Centre roughly 30 minutes before, around 12:30. It's a great spot to stop and ask questions, use the washroom, and grab a sweater!
We were pleased to talk to staff/ scientists about the displays, and about Mistaken Point. We called ahead, because the book says they were closed for the season (end of October) and the main operation was closed. Because we called ahead, we were invited to...More
The Edge of Avalon Interpretive Centre is a located on the Irish Loop, Route 10 near Trepassey on the Avalon Peninsula. My wife and I had completed a cross country road trip in August 2017 and I returned in September to drive the few scenic...More
The fossil hike across the seaside barrens was great . It seems like a lot of people at first, but the crowd thins out quickly, and you will get to spend all the time you want with the fossils. Be sure to book this hike...More
We began our tour of the area at Edge of Avalon Interpretive Centre. Friendly informative staff, displays and three videos were available to provided us with an overview of the area and its history assisted on planing our exploration.
We met our dedicated guide Richard...More
We traveled to this are to visit Mistaken Point which starts with a visit to the Interpretive Centre. The introductory film gives a great overview of the site. You must make a reservation to ensure that you can go not the tour, so call ahead.