Down To Earth

This isn’t the kind of city break that skimps on nature. In fact, St. John’s is surrounded by whales, icebergs, seabirds, hiking trails, lighthouses, and dramatic scenery, not to mention pristine parks, lakes, ponds, and walking trails inside the city. Here, you can sample the history and traditions that come with a 500-year-old port city, and still trek along the rugged coastline in search of that perfect photo opp.

Explore St. John's, One Hike at a time

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Signal Hill National Historic Site

Discover Signal Hill’s role in Canada’s communications and military history at Cabot Tower, Queen’s Battery [...]

Signal Hill Road
St. John's

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Perchance Theatre

Led by Artistic Director, Danielle Irvine, Perchance Theatre at Cupids (formerly known as New World [...]

169 Burnt Head Loop
Cupids

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Heritage Shop Of Newfoundland & Labrador

Interpret our province’s rich history through a large selection of local products which include: fine [...]

158 Duckworth Street
St. John's

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The Screech Room

You can get Screeched-In every day in the Screech Room. Family Friendly Screech-Ins at 2:30 [...]

The Masonic Temple
St. John's

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Commissariat House
Provincial Historic Site

The Commissariat was built between 1818 and 1820 as the home and offices of the [...]

11 Kings Bridge Road
St. John's

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Fortune Head ECO Friends

If you are interested in the geology of the Burin Peninsula, minerals and rocks, the [...]

49-51 Bunkerhill Road (located on Waterfront
Fortune

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