Grenfell House Museum

St. Anthony

Grenfell House is the home of the Grenfell Family. It was known as the Castle because it sits on the side of a hill overlooking the legacy of Grenfell. Walk back in time and re-live the life of this great man. This house is three floors and has many artifacts and displays depicting the work and life of Grenfell. Come for the Vikings but don't miss the 40 years of history that is the legacy of Grenfell!

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Built between 1909 and 1910, the home of Dr. Grenfell, his wife Anne, and their three children. Overlooking the harbour, the building was regarded as the "castle". After Grenfell's retirement to Vermont, the house became a residence for mission workers Then, in 1978 the Grenfell Historical Society was formed and the house and surrounding land was turned over to them. Up to 1981, extensive restoration was made to the building before opened to the public as a small museum.

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$10 adults, $8 seniors, 18 and under $3, family $22 (2 adults, 2 children), group rates $7.00 tax in

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Behind the Charles S. Curtis Hospital , St. Anthony
51.3606, -55.5858 (Download GPX)
Jun 15 - Sep 12
+1 (709) 454 4010
+1 (709) 454 3576
+1 (709) 454 4047


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