Attractions

Historic Building in Trinity

Cooperage

A historical site used for fisheries and shipping-related activities. First a seasonal 'fishing room' for drying codfish, it later housed an expanding mercantile business, with a real live barrel-maker.
Museum in Trinity

Trinity Museum

Displays more than 2000 pieces of historical relics, including North America's second-oldest fire wagon.
Historic Site in Trinity

Lester Garland Premises

Lester Garland Premises depicts an 1820s general store with costumed interpreters.
Museum in Trinity

Interpretation Centre

Worth a stop if you're interested in a comprehensive history of Trinity.
Historic Site in Trinity

Fort Point

At Fort Point (aka Admiral's Point) there's a pretty lighthouse and four cannons, the remains of the British fortification from 1745. There are 10 more British cannons in the water, all compliments of the French in …
Historic Building in Trinity

Lester Garland House

This historic home was rebuilt to celebrate cultural links between Trinity and Dorset, England – major trading partners in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Museum in Trinity

Trinity Historical Society

Runs the Lester Garland House, the Cooperage, the Green Family Forge and the Trinity Museum.
Museum in Trinity

Green Family Forge

An iron-tool-filled blacksmith museum.
Historic Building in Trinity

Hiscock House

A restored merchant's home from 1910.