Dr. Henry N. Payne Community Museum & Craft Shop
Hear tales of Virtue and Villainy the longest running museum on the west coast of Newfoundland. Founded as Tete de Vache in 1975, the museum exhibits a collection of community artifacts dating back to the early 19th century. View archaeological artifacts, a 700 year old walrus skull and the axe from the Axe Murder of 1809. Craft shop on site. Take in our guided tours of Cow Head Summerside and the Lighthouse Trail. Craft Fair at Gros Morne Resort in mid-October.
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Museum, Craft Shop, Veterans Memorial Park,(no charge if visiting Craft Shop only), bottom level wheechair accessible, restroom, guided tours of "Cow Head Summerside", close proximity to Shallow Bay Beach, Gros Morne Theatre Festival and Botonical Garden.
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