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A place worth visiting to understand the history of the area. Many very good pieces of everyday furniture and articles the average person in the area would use in day to day life. If you are 60 plus, you will items you probably had in...More
We spent about 40 minutes here. Well worth the time. This museum is housed in the former rectory of the Anglian Church. It is set back behind the church. There are serveral rooms each paying homage to the history of the community. Artifacts are well...More
If you're looking for Newfoundland knits in real wool, they have them. Lots of traditional items. The museum has many displays and they're all interesting. The building used to be the rectory for the Anglican Church but the displays cover all sorts of local history...More
The museum and craft shop were an unexpected lovely surprise that we enjoyed exploring very much. The attention to detail and beautiful setting made it a special morning in Twillingate. Found a few special mementos to bring home for family too.
After our tour of...More
A lot of artefacts and history in a small space gave an intriguing insight into bygone days. The house itself is authentic and contains contributions from local families about former residents whose contribution to the Town was significant but who would otherwise be forgotten. Photographs,...More