Starting at $6 Per Person

Tales of Trinity

Trinity Provincial Historic Sites
Trinity

Trinity's merchants were some of the wealthiest men on either side of the ocean and they made this town a capital in the salt fish trade in the late 1700s. Trinity today is a quaint little place with winding lanes and much of its 19th century character rebuilt or restored - but two centuries ago its harbour was full of ships. Join an interpreter as you explore the town’s past at the Trinity Visitor Centre, Hiscock House and Mercantile Premises.

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Valid Jun 21 - Oct 11, 2019. Included in the price of admission.

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