Lamaline Heritage Museum/Information Centre
A unique A frame building next to the GLADA building, In addition to exhibits at the museum, there are six rest stops / interpretation sites along this Route 220, with professionally development panels interpretating the events of the tidal wave of 1929 as told by survivors of the tidal wave and the scientists who have research this disaster.
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Beaches, berry picking, natural scenic attractions and monuments nearby, convenience store/gas station, fast food take-out and post office in town, Tsunami of 1929 display, six interperation sites of the 1929 tsunami.
+1 (709) 832 4830
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