STORYTELLER'S RETREAT - Welcome to
Things To See And DO
 
WHILE VACATIONING IN TWILLINGATE BE SURE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF WHAT THE AREA HAS TO OFFER:
 
Long Point Lighthouse
Long Point Lighthouse

"Long Point Lighthouse" continues to be one of the major tourist attractions in the Twillingate area. Thousands of visitors are attracted to this historic landmark annually, to learn of its history while at the same time enjoying the magnificent view. Visitors take advantage of the adjacent viewing platform in hopes of a whale sighting or to capture a picture of one of the many icebergs that flow by each year.
Starting in 2012, an exhibit of the "TITANTIC" will be on display at the site with information pertaining to the 100th anniversary of the sinking disaster of 1912.

(1 km from Storyteller's Retreat)
Twillingate/NWI Dinner Theatre
Twillingate/NWI Dinner Theatre

"Twillingate/NWI Dinner Theatre" with its Newfoundland Cultural music and skits, complimented with a three course catered meal, is a must see attraction while vacationing in Twillingate. Since the mid 1990's, this local group has promoted
Newfoundland culture and hospitality through music, song and laughter.

(2 minute walk from Storyteller's Retreat)
Split Peas
Split Peas
Split peas are a local group who perform twice weekly at the historic Orange Lodge building. They perform traditional Newfoundland music. Enjoy a coffee and "Touton" during the show.
Back Sessions--Ada Piercy
Back Sessions--Ada Piercy
Back room Sessions, featuring Ada Piercy performs on Saturday nights at the historic Orange Lodge building.
Iceberg off shores of Twillingate
Iceberg off shores of Twillingate

View one of these giant bergs or maybe a whale breaching on one of the four local boat tours:

-Twillingate Adventure Tours
-Twillingate Boat Tours
-Iceberg Quest Tours
-Skipper Jim Boat Tours
Prime Berth
Prime Berth

Replica of a early 1900's fishing premises, showcasing the cod fishery & procurement during the early years. The art of codfish splitting is performed on the premises..... A popular attraction among visitors.

(On the left as you cross the causeway and enter Twillingate)
Art Galleries
Art Galleries
While visiting Twillingate, be sure to visit one of the local art galleries.
-Ted Stuckless fine arts
-Randy Hann studio
-Twillingate Gallery
-Paintings by Pearl