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All reviews light house lobster cove nice spot nice stop short drive head lighthouse watch the sunset lots of parking answer questions historical information great history beautiful location lots of history parks canada staff walking trails worth a stop informative displays
Very nice,nice walking area and scenery was beautiful.weather wasn’t the greatest going to nfld that time in the year weather can be nice or terrible so you need to come prepared for whatever Mother Nature brings your way.on the hole trip was good and would...More
The lighthouse and surrounding grounds are beautiful and so well kept. The information inside the lighthouse is interesting and gives a completely different look at what things were like not that many years ago. We even had a demonstration of the Ugly Stick.
Lovely place to visit to get a sense of living in a lighthouse. Lots of things to look at and examine. The Labrador tea was a bonus for us. It must have taken very special people to serve the mariners by being the lighthouse keeper...More
Nice spot. They have a little museum in the main bit of the light house. There's a kids section too. There's a person inside you can ask questions to. There's information about the area, the lighthouse, and the families that owned it. Sadly you can...More
Recommended to visit the lighthouse. It is a government historical building and area. There is lots of items and signage to explain its past. Also a person to give a short rendition of the history of the building and keepers.
Short walking trails to see...More
Well worth a stop to walk and look around (and if you are as lucky as we were, Bonnie will be doing her storytelling when you are there. She was one of the highlights of our trip. Thank you, Bonnie...!
The best exhibit we have seen in 10 days in Newfoundland. Clear, informative storyboards with original photos on the settlement of the West coast, the fishing activities, the everyday life of a lighthouse keeper and his family, and even 1950's recordings of traditional songs :...More