Open from the third week in June until Labour Day, seven days a week from10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
The Banting Interpretation Center, located in Musgrave Harbour, was built in 1991.The centre features the wreckage from the 1941 aviation crash that claimed the life of Sir Frederick Banting, one of the men responsible for the twentieth-century discovery of insulin. The wreckage was airlifted from Seven Mile Pond in 1990, and has since been placed in the nearby Banting Park. The Center displays an interesting collection of artifacts associated with Sir Frederick Banting, and explores the circumstances of the crash that tragically took his life over 60 years ago.
The Centre is run by the Banting Historical Trust, Inc.