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#1 of 5 things to do in Bell Island
Our tour guide Brian was very well educated and infused his family connections into an enjoyable, interesting and passionate tour that was memorable and provided great insight on the scope of the hardships that we...
Just knowing the hardship these miners went through was heartbreaking, but hearing the personal stories that Brian shared as both his grandfather and great grandfather worked these exact mines put a sense of being...
North Head Trail St. John's 6.1 mi away
#3 of 171 things to do in St. John's
For those who like to walk, you can walk from your downtown hotel to Signal Hill, and connect with the North Head Trail, and continue on to Quidi Vidi or the Battery district.
The scenery is stunning,icebergs in season, whales, ships entering the harbour including Cruise Ships in season,fog creeping in and out of the Harbour and to the North East Cape Spear , the most easterly point in...
Signal Hill St. John's 6.1 mi away
#4 of 171 things to do in St. John's
This is an amazing spot if you want to get your hiking in You can hike all around and the scenery is amazing from all angles A must to visit Wear comfortable clothing as it is a hike
St. John’s has a rich history and lovely scenery for an “urban area” and Signal Hill is always a lovely area for friends or family to visit on a sunny day, and an enjoyable hike should you decide to walk the accom...
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East Coast Trail St. John's 10.2 mi away
#5 of 171 things to do in St. John's
We spent a few days hiking sections of the East Coast Trail around Petty Harbour, we hiked from Blackhead to Petty Harbour, the Spout Trail and Mickaleens Path.
I really like the fact people can pick segments that fit their abilities and interests, can sleep in soft beds out of the weather every night, and through hikers can easily connect one segment to the next.
Bowring Park St. John's 9.0 mi away
#8 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the swans and ducks , in summer beautiful flowers and shrubs, walk or run the southbrook trail for cardio workout on the many inclines and steps trough nature.
Love this park, has everything, swans, ducks, picnic places, beautiful flowers and trees, monuments, river, pond, tennis courts, swimming, children playground, etc.
#6 of 171 things to do in St. John's
We went on a blustery but sunny day .Views are spectacular .Its a short 15 minute cab ride from St John .I found the world war 2 gun emplacements especially interesting .Nice little gift shop .
This is a beautiful spot and a must to visit The views are spectacular This is the most eastern spot in Canada With loads of history Be sure to visit the lighthouse and hear about it
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#11 of 171 things to do in St. John's
The tour of the Basilica led by Mr. Rowe (acting as Bishop Fleming, the man who erected the church in the 19th century) is a MUST do if you’re visiting the city.
The history and architecture of the basilica and of the veiled virgin statue was well worth the stop!
Cabot Tower St. John's 6.4 mi away
#12 of 171 things to do in St. John's
The views are one-of-a-kind, the gift shop is to die for and where else can you step back in history like this!
There is a lovely little gift shop/boutique where you can purchase all sorts of gifts, post cards, flags etc.
Terry Fox Monument St. John's 6.2 mi away
#9 of 171 things to do in St. John's
It's definitely worth a visit while you're in St. John's, more so than most Terry Fox memorials in Canada since this is where he began the marathon of hope.
... for cancer research began in 1980 with his “Marathon of Hope,” many a Canadian has learned much about the humble young man who unintentionally became a true Canadian hero and icon thanks to his selfless efforts.
The Rooms St. John's 6.4 mi away
#7 of 171 things to do in St. John's
The art galleries offer well-mounted displays of art - several Pratts and Blackwoods are a highlight- as well as excellent museum galleries with collections that powerfully portrayed the travails as well as the ac...
There is a well stocked gift shop, a small cafe, a full service restaurant which provides terrific food and a spectacular view, and of course the main attraction being the exhibits themselves; which change periodi...
Jellybean Row Houses St. John's 6.6 mi away
#16 of 171 things to do in St. John's
It is great to see that they are keeping this heritage as they have been proclaimed a heritage site and all changes, or restorations must be kept with the original.
Bring your camera and your walking shoes because this is truly something to see when in St. John's.
#18 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Top marks for volunteer guides there, friendly, informative, happy to talk about the place.
Simple beauty without multicoloured adornment.
Quidi Vidi Lake Trail St. John's 5.7 mi away
#19 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Well done for the city for the great beauty restoration done on this easy walking trail around the lake, it is simply a pleasure to enjoy!
From my hotel I headed to the Quidi Vidi Lake area and followed the trail around the lake as well as some of the trails leading off the lake trail.
MUN Botanical Garden St. John's 6.2 mi away
#20 of 171 things to do in St. John's
In addition to a fine collection of plants, there is a lovely walk through woods and a nice little cafe.
We took a self guided tour of the gardens to understand the local fauna of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Quidi Vidi Brewery St. John's 5.8 mi away
#15 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Once you are parked in the central area of Quidi Vidi everything is a short Walk You must try Quidi Vidi Brewery’s Ice Beer, It’s the lightest tasting beer you will ever have and all made from the icebergs harvest...
A friend and I hiked in from downtown around signal hill and into the town of Quidi Vidi. it was a decent little hike and a perfect stop for us to visit the Brewery for the 5 beer tasting and tour.
Quidi Vidi Battery St. John's 5.9 mi away
#21 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Worthed the visit and the taste of a great Quidi Vidi beer and meal! :D We enjoyed out time there for sure!
The beauty of Atlantic and the cold breeze keeps you with high energy.
#1 of 6 things to do in Red Bay
A 10 minute boat ride takes you to Saddle Island in the bay where sites are marked and when we were there on a chilly rainy day a parks ranger was out in the trail to answer questions.
Red Bay Interpretive Center, Labrador is a very well done museum to tell the tale of Basque whaling ships as early settlers in the true north of Canada.
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Grenfell House Museum St. Anthony 8.3 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in St. Anthony
It's heart-warming and also very moving to see the exhibits and read about the life and work of this amazing man.
And the story of Dr. Grenfell is well worth listening to, and figuring out how he built a medical establishments that services Labrador and the Northern Peninsula.
Lighthouse Picnics Ferryland 4.1 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Ferryland
The views and scenery are absolutely breathtaking and if you're staying in St. John's or surrounding area, I would recommend visiting the Ferryland Lighthouse for a picnic in a heartbeat.
Wear good walking shoes, as there are beautiful trails to hike and explore, which is part of the unique experience!
Quidi Vidi St. John's 5.7 mi away
#23 of 171 things to do in St. John's
... sell their best wares, lunch at the Mallard Cottage known for its creative menu (need reservations) and topping our stroll off with a guided tour and tasting at Newfoundlands Quidi Vidi Brewery (inexpensive).
Drop by the Quidi Vidi Brewery, have a meal at the amazing Mallard Cottage and hike the trail up towards Signal Hill to get great views.
Bannerman Park St. John's 6.2 mi away
#24 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Great place to stroll along it's path or bring the kids to play on the swings, in the sandbox, or even play a game of catch.
Lots of green space and there’s a splash pad for the kids!
George Street St. John's 6.6 mi away
#22 of 171 things to do in St. John's
PUB CRAWL!! Walk the street from bar to bar to bar, ... well you get message!! Rob Roy I believe is the oldest , Kiss the Cod!! Clubs scene if you want , Martini Bar scene if you want , Local scene etc!!
Many pubs and restaurants along this very short street provide a great array of both food and beverages surrounded by Newfoundland's best live music.
Rennie's River Trail St. John's 7.2 mi away
#26 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Beautiful, relaxing stroll
National War Memorial St. John's 6.4 mi away
#29 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Most elaborate of all post WWI monuments in Newfoundland and Labrador
There are beautiful flowers It is near the harbour for nive views.
Harbourside Park St. John's 6.8 mi away
#37 of 171 things to do in St. John's
I highly recommend a stroll down :)
Railway Coastal Museum St. John's 7.2 mi away
#41 of 171 things to do in St. John's
After you view the written historical displays and their photographs, there is a large room full of details and memorabilia, plus full-scale exhibits of a train's mail room and dining car, among others.
This is a great place to visit if you want to see how a society grows and changes over time.
Ferryland Ferryland 4.1 mi away
#3 of 6 things to do in Ferryland
Beautiful town with impressive (and important) archaeological dig site.
The scenery is beautiful and completely different depending on where you sit.
Newman Wine Vaults St. John's 7.0 mi away
#36 of 171 things to do in St. John's
Our family arrived and throughly enjoyed the small tour, the opportunity to smell the fragrances found in the port...the making of sailboats, and a wee taste of the good stuff!
A very interesting museum and tour dedicated to the Newman family and the connection between Portuguese port wine and Newfoundland.
#11 of 21 things to do in Trinity
The doors were unlocked for visitors to explore.