Lots to Do
Attractions and Activities in Our Area
The Trinity Bight consists of 12 communities. Fishers’ Loft is situated in the middle of the Bight. Within a 20-minute drive are many attractions, historic sites, theatre, hikes and boat trips. There is lots to do and see.
A 5.3 km loop trail featuring sea stacks, eagles, whales and icebergs in season. Travel and Leisure Magazine rated Skerwink one of the top 35 walks in North America. It is on the doorstep of Fishers’ Loft.
A hiking trail network on the Bonavista Peninsula encompassing 7 trails with amazing views and varying difficulties.
Port Rexton Brewing Co.
A small seasonal craft brewery with a tasting room located in the heart of Port Rexton.
Mill Road Studio
Art classes in a breathtakingly beautiful environment. Recognizes varying levels of skill and confidence.
Sea of Whales Adventures
Experienced staff connect you to the giant whales of the north Atlantic.
Rising Tide Theatre: New Founde Lande Trinity Pageant
The outdoor event of Seasons in the Bight…….a professional theatre festival.
Rugged Beauty Boat Tours
Discover by boat abandoned communities, waterfalls, puffins, and eagles with a Newfoundland fisherman.
Trinity Historical Society
Demonstration of the historic art of barrel making.
Fort (Admiral’s) Point
Military History and Lighthouse
Green Family Forge
A living history blacksmith museum. Two working forges and demonstrations.
The first brick house in Newfoundland (1764-1766). At one time a merchant’s house, now a museum.
Trinity Historical Museum
Over 2000 artifacts from fishing, sealing, shoemaking, medicine and government.
Trinity Historical Walking Tours
Time travel through 5 centuries of Newfoundland’s colourful history along the paths of historic Trinity.
Random Passage Site
The set of the internationally broadcast TV series Random Passage. A replica of an early 1800’s fishing station.
British Harbour Trail
Begins with a 2 km easy/moderate trail to Kerley’s Harbour and 6 km on a moderate/difficult trail to British Harbour.
Two Whales Coffee Shop
Simple tasty menu. Light healthy fare. Vegetarian. Locally sourced food. Great coffee. www.twowhales.com
Provincial Historic Sites in Trinity
Captures the life of a widow raising six children in the late 19th century who maintained a genteel life through entrepreneurship
Trinity Visitor Centre
Interpreting the history of Trinity and the Bight.
English Harbour Arts Centre
Visit the English Harbour Arts Centre located in the lovingly restored All Saints Anglican Church. Workshops, concerts , drystone wall installations; Thursday to Monday 10-5:30 except for special events. Schedule available at:
Close By… Outside the Bight
The View Golf Resort
A nine-hole, par-34 public course with spectacular ocean views, sculptured from the rocky hillside, contoured to match the natural landscape.
Upper Amherst Cove
Bonavista Social Club
A unique eating experience over looking Bonavista Bay. Only commercial wood-fired bread oven in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Port Union National Historic District
The only union-built town in North America. Tour the factory….home of the Fisherman’s Advocate.
Elliston Root Cellars
Explore more than 100 root cellars. Root Cellar Capital of the World! Stroll this beautiful seaside community. Land-based Puffin viewing.
Home from the Sea – Sealer’s Memorial
Both a reconciliation of the loss of life from the 1914 disasters and, in the larger context, a recognition of the lives and work of all sealers and their historic place in the economy and social fabric of our province.
Live performances and digital theatre. Summer Music Series. All in an elegantly refurbished theatre.
Cape Bonavista Lighthouse
Experience 19th century lightkeeping in this 1843 lighthouse. Whales, icebergs and puffins in season.
Ryan Premises National Historic Site
The east coast fisheries exhibit and interpretation centre. Parks Canada.
Ye Matthew Legacy
Replica of John Cabot’s 15th century ship, Matthew. Tour above and below decks.
The Mockbeggar Plantation Provincial Historic Site
The home of Gordon F. Bradley who argued that Newfoundland and Labrador join Canada. His home, restored to 1939, is the backdrop for telling the Confederation story.
Dungeon Provincial Park
Natural Scenic attraction park. A collapsed sea cave with natural archway carved by the sea.
Paul Dolk photography
Paul Dolk is a passionate (marine) wildlife photographer. He enjoys talking to people that come to his studio and he is always willing to share hints and tips on where to go and how to get good wildlife shots.
Two Rooms Contemporary Art Projects
Temporary, on-site installation projects, exhibitions and events, museum of material culture.
Sue’s Lookout and Rest Stop
View whales, eagles and icebergs in season. Sandwiches and sea food specials.