Hawthorne Cottage


Hawthorne Cottage, a National Historic Site, is open to visitors throughout the summer. The historical home of Capt. Bob Bartlett, it showcases a unique view of this province's history. The cottage itself has a rich and diverse history and is recognized for its architecture as a prime example 19th century merchant housing. More than 170 years old, it was moved 10 kilometers on log rollers to its present location in 1834. Visit our website for more details.

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Hawthorne Cottage is a National Historic Site located in historic Brigus and is wheelchair accessible. Brigus is a "go to" destination for visitors to the island and its many festivals and events throughout the summer will amuse and entertain. Located close to the archeological site at Cupids and only 1 hour outside of St. John's, Hawthorne Cottage is easily fit into anybody's travelling schedule. A must see!

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Hawthorne Cottage National Historic Site of Canada Irishtown Road, Brigus
47.5355, -53.2104 (Download GPX)
Jun - Sep
+1 (877) 753 9262
+1 (709) 753 5515
+1 (709) 753 2568
+1 (709) 753 0879


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