Port Union National Historic District of Canada
Port Union, Trinity Bay North
May 15 - Oct 31
Port Union National Historic District of Canada the only "union-built" town, with a social justice history depicting the vision of William Coaker and the Fisherman's Protective Union. They established a commercial and economic footing for fishermen breaking the bonds of merchants. Port Union is unique in that it was an intentional community offering a unique streetscape in a rural setting. Tours are available at the Factory Interpretation Centre. The facility includes a gift shop and free wifi!
Locations & Dates
- 67 Main Street, Port Union, Trinity Bay North
- 48.4984, -53.0808
- May 15 - Oct 31
Adult $7, senior $6, family $15.75, youth (6-12) $5, child (under 6) free. Group rates available.
- Seniors Rates