In the heart of the downtown core, Murray Premises is a designated National Historic Site. Built in 1846, originally an office and warehouse for trade and fishing. One of the oldest buildings in St. John's having survived the Great Fire of 1892 which destroyed the majority of the downtown core. Restored in 1979, it maintains its' historical features. Home to restaurants, boutique shops and luxurious 67-room hotel. Experience the best of old world St. John's.
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Designated a National Historic Site, 67 rooms, full service hotel, 2 restaurants byand Sojourn, historical plaques, photos and items left from the A.H, Murray Company, built in 1846.
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