- Wapen von Hamburg, launched in 1668 as an escort of other ships from Norway to Spain
- Models donated by local families
- HMS Hood Built in 1918, sunk by The Bismarck. Many soldiers sailed her including two men from Epworth
- HMS Queen Elizabeth, built in 1913. The largest and most powerful vessel constructed for the Royal Navy. Survived 2 World Wars
- Penny Hope, locally built at the Marystown Shipyard in 1976. One of many models of our local ship building history!
Marystown Model Ship Gallery & Exhibition
May 10 - Sep 30
The Town of Marystown is home to one of the largest and most valuable collections of model ships in North America. Approximately 80 model ships have been donated by the family of the late architect and collector John Keith-King of Vancouver, BC. The collection also contains several models of locally constructed vessels. The model ships, along with other artifacts and artwork, are on display at its location at the Marystown Mall.
Locations & Dates
- 195 Ville Marie Drive, Marystown
- 47.1619, -55.1587
- May 10 - Sep 30
$0 - $7.50
- Seniors Rates