Wild Things

St. John's

This distinctive downtown gallery and giftshop features Labrador carvers and local artists. From walrus ivory earrings to whalebone sculptures to baleen hairpieces; Wild Things provides a wide selection of local arts and crafts including creative and artistic gift items found no where else on Earth.

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Ivory & Soapstone from Labrador; Inuit Art; Metis carvings by artist, Albert Biles; Linda Snow artwork - limited editions and originals; Labrador crafts, our own unique baleen items that were high fashion in the 16th Century; local berry jams and syrups, distinctive Labradorite jewellery and pieces; and an ecclectic collection of toys, gifts and souvenirs.

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124 Water Street , St. John's
47.5665, -52.7047 (Download GPX)
May 1 - Dec 31


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Special Offers from this Operator

Starting at $3200 Per Person
Whale Study Week 2015
Join us to census humpback whales and enjoy the romantic history of old St. John's. An amazing holiday for whale enthusiasts and seabird watchers. Enjoy comfortable nights, wild days and some of our planet's most dramatic landscapes as we count humpbacks and hang out with some of the planet's largest seabird gatherings. Learn about our pioneering studies of eastern North America's orcas. Savour lobster and look for puffins, caribou, moose, icebergs, sperm whales, and other local highlights.
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