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Twillingate Museum & Crafts Shop

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A lovely spot to visit the past in Twillingate.

The museum and craft shop were an unexpected lovely surprise that we enjoyed exploring very much... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
cyndicressman1957
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Guelph, Canada
A glimpse of life in old Twillingate

A lot of artefacts and history in a small space gave an intriguing insight into bygone days. The... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lancastrians16
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UK
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1 St Peters Church Rd | A0g 4m0, Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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+1 709-884-2825
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

Thank cyndicressman1957
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

Thank Lancastrians16
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After working hard to find this place as the Trip Advisor map is showing the wrong place by a few kilometres we finally found it using google maps. This is a beautiful small museum and we must have been there fir at least 90 minutes...More

Thank jacques1543
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Full of local stories, the house and the inhabitants, the mins , the singe how sung in Paris , the doctor -read some of his seal hunting observations, local live inside and outside the house with ships and seals .... lots of displays and a...More

Thank uli563
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Even though the size of the museum is not very big, there is a lot of history stored up in that house. I really needed more time to see and read everything that was there.

Thank cherylfagner
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well worth the visit as one will learn about the history of the area. One walks through the various rooms that are very well organized. There is a nice gift shop at the end featuring lots of local items.

Thank jb12345397
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum is interesting. It is mostly about the early settlers and more specifically the first few doctors that settled and practiced in the area. Museum had some interesting artifacts. No charge for admission but donations were encouraged. I would recommend a visit if it...More

Thank Tom G
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This museum deserves every award it has received. Intelligently organized, wonderfully eccentric, this place captures life in the community in a totally fascinating way.

Thank underhill4
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

perfect rainy (or any weather) day activity while you’re in Twillingate! Self-guided tour, very informative and interesting with a lot of local artifacts. Leave yourself plenty of time to visit the gift/craft shop which is chock full of locally made items, from quilts to knitted...More

Thank 468marianne
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

This is a really interesting walk through history of the area. Loved the kitchen stove which was a very unique design I had never seen before. The craft store had some nice things but no men’s sweaters. Admission is by donation. This is also where...More

Thank altun13
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