Come visit a
National Historic Site that plays host to icebergs,
whales and spectacular scenery!
The Town of Torbay, in the province of
Newfoundland and Labrador, is located just 15 minutes from downtown St.
John's. Torbay is home to the most startling features,
with a landscape that combines a rocky shoreline with rolling hills and
Nestled among this vast scenery is the
Torbay Museum. The museum was opened on July 22, 1988 and is very
appreciative of the town's spirit and support. The museum is home to
hundreds of artifacts, donated mostly by residents of Torbay. The town's
municipal centre houses the museum and as you enter and walk down the
basement hallway you see a full-size model of a street that has several
houses, a museum and a library. READ MORE...
The Heritage Committee:
The mandate of the Torbay Heritage
Committee includes producing a display of historical artifacts for public
viewing, and the preservation and promotion of the heritage of Torbay. The
committee was first affiliated with the public library and was under the
direction of President Dr. Jim Tague and Vice-President John Ryan. READ
Right: Committee Chair Lara Maynard
and Museum Curator Jerri
You can get in touch with us in a number of ways. We'd love to
hear from you.
- 709-437-6532 ext.308
- Postal address
- Torbay Museum
- c/o Jerri Pellegrinetti, Curator
- 1288 Torbay Road P.O. Box 1160
- Torbay, Newfoundland and Labrador
- A1K 1K4
- General Information: