A pile of stones, placed here by the Maritime Archaic Aboriginals, is the oldest burial monument in North America. A small roadside plaque marks the 7500-year-old site.
At 109ft, this is the tallest lighthouse in Atlantic Canada, with 127 steps to climb. When you reach the top, you will be rewarded with a spectacular 360-degree view of the coastline. The HMS Raleigh went aground he…
Enjoy some fresh seafood or chow down on the famous fried chicken and tender caribou. A grocery store and jam factory are also on-site.
Fresh doughnuts, pies, breakfast dishes and pizzas are served at this small bakery.
In the mid-16th century, Basque whalers came to the Strait of Belle Isle to hunt large numbers of right and bowhead whales and harvest their oil to light lamps all around Europe. The major whaling port of Red Bay is…
Selma Barkham was a tireless investigator of local history. Check out the stories she uncovered in this pleasant museum, which also features a 15m, 400-year-old North Atlantic right whale skeleton.
Canada's newest national park was established in 2006. Named from the Inuktitut word Torngait (place of spirits), the area is the ancestral home of Inuit and their predecessors. Its spectacular wilderness features h…
A national historic site featuring a 1782 wooden Moravian mission church.
The Northern Lights Building hosts a military museum, interesting lifelike nature scenes and simulated northern lights.
Officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1997, the Labrador Interpretation Centre is the provincial museum, which holds some of Labrador's finest works of art. It's in North West River, via Rte 520.