St John's Visitor Tourist Tips
Whether you're coming to visit -- for business or for pleasure-- (or your live here), this section has all of the
travel information for St John's and area. Here's the information about local area attractions, hotels and accommodations, city maps, and more.
Here are SOME local items of interest. use the red St John's Attractions Search at right (or in the bottom menus, if you are on a Smarthpone or table)
St John's Attractions & Travel Services Business Directory
Here are some featured local attractions, museums, historical sites, and festivals:
We are a winery, growing our grapes and making our wine. Have a tour, sample our wines, and buy some in our shop.
Pro Shop, driving range, club rentals and licensed clubhouse Nine holes laid out along the Humber River, that are challenging, with narrow fairways and wooded rough.
Soaring into the skyline of historic St. John's, The Rooms combines twenty-first century technology with a striking visual reference to our past. Its unique design mirrors the "fishing rooms" where families came together to process their catch.
Located in beautiful Hatchet Cove, Trinity Bay, this family operated nine-hole course offers a fun & challenging round of golf on hilly terrain, beautiful surroundings, large contoured fairways and a cozy clubhouse
Completed in 1831, Government House is one of the city's few architectural treasures to survive the Great Fire of 1892. It is the official residence of the province's Lieutenant Governor. Guided tours available.
If you're not listed
If your business is not already in the FoundLocally directory (try the SEARCH box at the top), and you would like to be featured (randomly), add yourself to the Free Listings!
Here are some featured art galleries and stores selling paintings, fine art, prints, or sculpture:
custom framing, art gallery, scanning & printing
Melanie Feltham Art specializes in commissioned art work. The most popular subjects are animals and pets but still life, landscape, and cityscape are also choices.
Established in 1811, find traditional and contemporary Canadian-made gifts and collectibles including Turkey Hill maple syrup, Iroquois and Inuit carvings, native crafts, RCMP licensed products, pewter jewellery, and ceramics.
Here are some featured local festivals, inlcuding family, music, cultural, and historial ones:
110 acre nature reserve and botanical garden with hiking trails featuring native Newfoundland habitats. A wide variety of special events, workshops, family programs, nature hikes, flower shows and much more.
We are a non-profit museum that tells the history of the railway and coastal boat service in Newfoundland.