Against the backdrop of the historic town of Trinity, the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador traces the history of our province from the perspective of our wooden boats. Located at the Court House, this exhibit shares the stories of local boat builders and fishermen and explores the evolutionary history of fishing boats in outports all across the island.
May 2017 -October 2017
9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
$20 per adult – includes entry to eight historical sites in the Town of Trinity: Visitors Centre, Lester Garland House, Lester Garland Premises (Ryan’s Shop), Cooperage, Green Family Forge, Hiscock House, Trinity Museum and Trinity Wooden Boat Exhibit and Boat Shed.
From the Trans-Canada Highway:
Take Route 230 towards Bonavista
Turn Right at Route 239 to proceed towards Trinity
Turn Left into Trinity at the intersection
Arrive at the intersection with the Royal Bank and proceed straight.
Take a sharp right turn and proceed straight and will come to the Court House at 3 Dock Road
Phone: (709) 464-3599
Fax: (709) 464-3599
Trinity Historical Society