French Shore Interpretation Centre
The French Shore Interpretation Centre will provide you with an orientation to the region and its layered history. Captivating images and artifacts tell the story of the cod fishery from the early French Sailors up until today's outport of Irish and English Newfoundlanders. The exhibition continues at authentic historic sites throughout our communities. The FSIC is now the home to the French Shore Tapestry. The Tapestry is 222 ft long and tell the story of the French Shore in textile form.
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Bilingual Permanent Exhibit based on the French Migratory Fishery, Home of the French Shore Tapestry, Also on display is a temporary embroidered exhibit the "Treaty of Utrecht". Restaurant and B&B available in the Community. The Gardien Gift Shop is Located in the French Shore Interpretation Centre Hiking/Walking Trails, Lookout/Viewing Point.
Driving distances and calculations derived using Google Maps. Actual driving times may vary. GPS coordinates have been provided by tourism operators. Please confirm location with operator before departure.