The Mockbeggar Plantation Provincial Historic Site

Bonavista
 

It's 1948 and debate is swirling - will Newfoundlanders vote to become Canada's 10th province? This former residence of politician and Confederation advocate F. Gordon Bradley recreates a time when the question of whether to join Canada or remain an independent nation was on everyone's lips.

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Adults $6, Seniors/students $4, Youth $3, Under 5 free. Seasons pass to all 11 Provincial Historic Sites $15

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Roper Street , Bonavista
48.6545, -53.1203 (Download GPX)
May 20 - Oct 6
+1 (709) 468 7444
+1 (709) 729 0592
+1 (709) 729 7989

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Exploring Confederation
The Mockbeggar Plantation was the former residence of politician and Confederation advocate F. Gordon Bradley. Experience life in Newfoundland in the 1930s and 1940s, when the issue of whether to join Canada or remain an independent nation was on everyone's lips. Look at newspapers from the day to see what the people thought about Newfoundland's future and listen to selections from the National Convention to hear what Bradley, Smallwood and others had to say on the matter.
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The Mockbeggar Plantation Provincial Historic Site

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