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Red Bay National Historic Site, Red Bay

(4.8/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • Red Bay is a population of little more than 100 inhabitants located in Labrador. Difficult: London/St. John´s/St. Anthony/Red Bay. There a Basque whaling factory was located in the year 1536 and vestiges give the village its current character: there are many activities and cultural expressions that are related to it. There are several "Basque" parties in may, June and July. The village has several beautiful accommodation houses next to the sea, a Museum and interpretation centre, and in winter and spring, you can see icebergs on the horizon
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  • A small, but interesting and well structured Museum, which is designed with attention to detail and very varied prepares the history of whaling in Labrador. The admission price included is a short boat trip to the opposite remote small saddle island. A walk there definitely pays off. The tour is well organized and not strenuous.
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  • The museum displays artifacts from the era when whales and whalers were the driving force in the economy of the day. There was no reason to be there except for the safe cove and access to whales. Chec...  more »
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  • What a really fun site to visit. Lots of old village life is in this small spot, you can spend hours there. Keep an eye out for whales too.
  • An excellent restaurant and a few historic accommodations on site, an excellent spot to visit if passing through
  • Nice interpretation center with very friendly staff. Worth the time to watch the movie and tour Saddle Island.
  • The site the most interesting that I have visited for a long time, without drum and trumpet but the interpretive centre us Captivate by the incredible story associated artifacts. The bones of whales more of 400 years, really very impressive to see it along the trails in the surrounding of the site.
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