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.
Displays more than 2000 pieces of historical relics, including North America's second-oldest fire wagon.
Lester Garland Premises depicts an 1820s general store with costumed interpreters.
Worth a stop if you're interested in a comprehensive history of Trinity.
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 …
This historic home was rebuilt to celebrate cultural links between Trinity and Dorset, England – major trading partners in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Runs the Lester Garland House, the Cooperage, the Green Family Forge and the Trinity Museum.
An iron-tool-filled blacksmith museum.
A restored merchant's home from 1910.