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Banting Memorial Interpretation Centre

Located in the municipal park, the Banting Memorial Interpretation Centre was built to commemorate the life achievements of Sir Frederick Banting, the co-discover of insulin. It was during World War 2 that Sir Frederick Banting died in a plane crash near the town. For that reason, a replica of his Hudson Bomber and wreckage remains are found on site.

P.O Box 159
Musgrave Harbour, NL
A0G 3J0
Tel#: 709-655-2119

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Fisherman's Museum

The Fisherman’s Museum was built by Sir William Coaker in 1910. While the building was originally a fisherman’s store, today the museum depicts the story of the fishermen in the area. Through a conducted tour one will pass by a number of artifacts relating to the fishery such as engines, photographs, logbooks, and accounts of local shipwrecks.

P.O Box 159
Marine Drive
Musgrave Harbour, NL
Tel #: 709-655-2119
Fax #: 709-655-2064

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Orange Hall

The Orange Hall or Orangeman’s Lodge was built in 1878 and is the oldest structure that can be found in Musgrave Harbour. Officially opening its doors in 2001 the Orange Hall is enriched with history and culture, and offers visitors an in-depth look into the history of Musgrave Harbour. Located on site is also the story of the Sir Fredrick Banting plane crash during World War 2.

P.O Box 159
Musgrave Harbour, NL
A0G 1J0
Tel#: 709-655-2119
Fax#: 709-655-2064

For More Information, please feel free to contact the Gander and Area Chamber of Commerce:

Tel: 709-256-7110
E-mail: ganderchamber@ganderchamber.nf.ca
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