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9 Fishing Point Road, St. Anthony, Newfoundland and Labrador A0K 4S0 Canada
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Newfoundland & Labrador's Viking Trail from Corner Brook
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Newfoundland & Labrador's Viking Trail from Corner Brook

Thousands of years of history come alive as you ferry across the Cabot Strait to explore the West Coast of Newfoundland &amp; Labrador. Learn about ancient peoples-the Maritime Archaic and Dorset Indians at Port au Choix, the Vikings in L'Anse aux Meadows, and the Basque Whalers in Red Bay - as you meet the hospitable and friendly people of today. See the beauty of Gros Morne National Park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site and coastal fishing communities. Take a boat tour in St. Anthony (weather permitting) where you may see whales and, depending on the time of year, icebergs!<br><br>*Please note that our June 13 departure is bilingual English/German, and our August 15 departure is bilingual English/French
USD 2,090.22 per adult
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JenniferandAlan wrote a review Nov. 2019
Easton, Pennsylvania364 contributions79 helpful votes
This gift shop is wonderful in that it carries everything from T-shirts, music CDs, jewelry, and books to homemade jams.The couple who own the shop are the ones who make the jams and are so friendly. The husband sells postcards that he has taken of the area. There is also a free museum which will accept donations. The view from the veranda is awesome. If you're lucky you could spot a whale or an iceberg.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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lindyl0u84 wrote a review Oct. 2019
NY59 contributions10 helpful votes
In a small room off to the side is a very informative museum that is free to look at, but donations are accepted. The couple that run the gift shop are very friendly. The shop has the usual souveniers, but a large selection of Labradorite.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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CanadianTraveller114 wrote a review Jul. 2019
Ottawa, Canada111 contributions45 helpful votes
We found jewellery and T shirts here , gifts to bring home, plus some home-made partridge berry jam, made by one of the store-owners. Reuben the cat and his owners were very friendly. The wild life museum of stuffed animals is the only way I could ever get close up to a polar bear ! : There were interpretive boards , maps, plus books of local history etc. to purchase. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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kashaw100 wrote a review Sep. 2018
St. John's, Canada17 contributions1 helpful vote
Lovely gift store owned by a wonderful friendly couple. During a conversation we found out my husband works with his son. They have a small museum inside the shop. There is no cost to get in but there is a donation jar for the upkeep. The owners have fought very hard and done all the exhibits themselves including an answer board for all those questions about the locals and things you see
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Linda933 wrote a review Aug. 2018
Stevensville, Canada8 contributions8 helpful votes
Very friendly with a varied selection of everything even bakeapple ice cream, worth the stop just for the view and a chat.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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