Bleak House Museum

Fogo
 

Bleak House was built around 1826 for John Slade of Poole, England and was later owned by the Earle Family from 1897-1967. It is now registered as a Heritage Site. This site offers a look into the history of the merchant role in the fishery and explains some of the history of the community of Fogo.

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Lookout / viewing point, cultural experience, historical information and guided tours throughout old merchant home. This old home offers great views of the community of Fogo and also explains how the merchant process was done.

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Donations accepted. Admission charge for adults, discounts for children and seniors.

Contact Information

32-36 North Shore Road , Fogo
49.7149, -54.2866 (Download GPX)
May 24 - Oct 13
+1 (709) 266 1320
+1 (709) 266 7083
+1 (709) 266 1323

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