Burin Heritage Tourism Association

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The Burin Heritage Tourism Association consists of a Heritage House Museum, also known as the Reddy House, and a museum in the Bank of Nova Scotia building. On the premises we also have a Craft Shop for local goods, and By the Rock Cafe with traditional Newfoundland cuisine, and an Oldest Colony Trust Building which is used for our Wednesday night entertainment & events.
Experience the rich culture and history of a seafaring people, nestled in the hills overlooking the ocean, the scenery is spectacular.


Exhibit Highlights,

The Burin Heritage Tourism Association has a craft shop on the first floor of the Bank of Nova Scotia Museum, and the Bank Vault, the second floor has a Mariners room and the Tilde Wave Display, war room, and school room, third floor has a typewriter room, Tool Room and sports room.

Reddy Heritage House once one by the Reddy Family has a outport kitchen, parlor, dining room, sewing room bedrooms and the Cottage Hospital Exhibit.

The Oldest Colony Trust Building was once a cold storage facility, Exhibit are the art work of Burin during 19th century, also a board walk and the place where the Burin Heritage Tourism Association holds its Wednesday Night Entertainment.

Admission : Free, Donations Accepted

Wheelchair Accessible

Bank of Nova Scotia Museum and Heritage House Museum
Hours, March 30 to June 30 - 8am to 4:30 pm
July 1 to September 13 - 8am to 8pm
September 14 to September 25 - 8am to 4:30pm


By D Rock Cafe
Hours, June 11 to September 13 - 11am to 8pm
Traditional Newfoundland Cuisine

Oldest Colony Trust Building
Hours, June To September we have our Wednesday Night Entertainment from 7pm to 9pm with local entertainment

Listing Details

Address
32-33 Seaview Drive; P.O. Box 500, Burin, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, A0E 1E0
Telephone
(709) 891-2217 or 891-2355
Fax
(709) 891-2358
E-mail
Map
Driving Directions