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Brigus has much to offer, we passed through and took time to enjoy two heritage museums, a cafe, walked round the village which is well worth seeing. Visited the church overlooking the sea where a family member lies. The area very nautical with interesting history....More
This is a national historic site where Captain Robert Bartlett a sea captains records of explorations of the Labrador coast are on display. After a long drive from St Johns we were told the building is shutdown for MAJOR renovations. Total disappointment.
I would have...More
The Ice Masters.
If you have not read these books shame on you because Captain Bob was the greatest of Canadian explorers.
Commodore Peary simply lied about getting to the North Pole and Captain Bob silently witnessed this great American deception.
The house need...More
We enjoyed a visit to Hawthorne Cottage, a Parks Canada National Historic Site, on several levels. One was to see the interiors of a 19th century outport house which had belonged to the Bartlett family from 1834 to 1973. The other was for all of...More
If you're in the beautiful town of Brigus, pop by here and be transported back in time. Walk though the original house of Captain Bob Bartlett.
This cottage was home to famous explorer Captain Bob Bartlett, who commanded more than 20 expeditions to the Arctic....More
We enjoyed learning about sea captain, adventurer, Arctic explorer, friend of the famous, and larger-than-life character at his home here in Brigus. Largely in its original state and filled with photographs and memorabilia of a life well-lived, this is worth checking out when you're in...More
The Hawthorne Cottage was an interesting site to learn about the intrepid captain Bob Bartlett. The audio segments in each room were well done and did a great job personalizing this courageous man and his family.
Hawthorne Cottage and Brigus are well worth the stop. We did not know about this until we pulled in to Brigus the entire town is fantastic with history and the cottage explains so much about fishing and the North also how well the ladies of...More