Top Attractions

Incredible Rugged Coastline - Big city got you feeling rushed? Make the moments last at Fishing Point Park in St. Anthony. Enjoy the mystical rugged ocean coastline and vast wilderness of pristine valleys and lake-dotted mountains. Incredible scenery and solitude are found throughout our wide collection of hiking trails. There are trails which travel far into the wilderness and […]
L’Anse aux Meadows UNESCO World Heritage Site - The only known Viking settlement in the New World, the archaeological remains at L’Anse aux Meadows were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. Norse history, artifacts, and lifestyle are all on display. Discover your inner Viking by listening to stories as told by traditionally-dressed interpreters in reconstructed sod huts. The scenic community of […]
Celebrate the Grenfell Legend - In 1892, a British doctor named Wilfred Grenfell arrived in St. Anthony, where he commenced building a medical system that has grown to serve the entire region of Northern Newfoundland and coastal Labrador. During his time, Dr. Grenfell’s adventures and accomplishments were renowned throughout the world. An interpretation centre allows guests to walk in the […]
Unparalleled Whale Watching - Newfoundland and Labrador has the longest whale watching season in North America and St. Anthony offers a front row view. Northern Newfoundland is one of the richest whale watching areas in the province due to the immense feeding grounds which surround our area. Don’t miss the spectacular array of whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals and other […]
Iceberg Capital of the World - The northern peninsula of Newfoundland has the longest iceberg season on the island. And with a high average ice volume, tours offered in St. Anthony make it one of the most accessible regions for iceberg viewing. Starting in late spring, and often lasting until late-summer, massive icebergs are common sightings along our coast – which […]
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