Port Union National Historic District

Port Union

Port Union National Historic District is the only union built town in North America, depicting the vision of William Coaker and the Fisherman's Protective Union. They established a commercial and economic footing for fisherman breaking the bonds of merchants. A planned community come visit The Interpretation Centre The Factory home of the Fisherman's Advocate Newspaper. Memorial University link for more details on formation of the FPU: http://www.mun.ca/mha/fpu/fpu18.php

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Handicap accessible washrooms, gift shop

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Adult $7, senior $6, family $15.75, child 6-16$2.25, under 6 free, group rates and season passes

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67 Main Street Port Union South, Port Union
48.4984, -53.0798 (Download GPX)
May 1 - Oct 31
+1 (709) 469 2207
+1 (709) 469 2509
(709 469 2207
+1 (709) 469 2509

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