Come visit us on Newfoundland’s Irish Loop or Titanic Trail!


Edge of Avalon Interpretive Centre (Portugal Cove South)

Open Daily to Mid- October 10:00 A.M to 6:00 P.M

Explore the region’s rich natural and human history - a wonderful gift shop too - check out our offering of on-line items!


Myrick Wireless Interpretive Centre (Cape Race)

Experience Titanic’s new world contact point.  Learn how events in Newfoundland saved over 700 Titanic lives. 

Up to June 30th:        Open Friday to Monday from 12:00 P.M - 5:30 P.M

                                        (Closed Tuesday - Thursday)

 July 1st to Sept 4th:           Open Daily from 11:00 A.M to 5:30 P.M.

 Sept 5th to Sept 30th:        Open Friday to Monday from 12:00 P.M - 5:30 P.M

                                        (Closed Tuesday - Thursday)

 Admission fees apply. 


Mistaken Point Ecological Reserve **

The reserve is managed by Parks and Natural Areas Division, Department of Environment and Conservation.  Tours to the Reserve are FREE

Visitors must take a guided tour to view fossils in the Reserve.   


**Please call ahead to ensure availability and avoid disappointment**

Space on interpretive tours is limited

Edge of Avalon Interpretive Centre

Portugal Cove South, Newfoundland

Phone: (709) 438-1100 or (709) 438-1012

Parks Stephenson speaks to the folks attending the Titanic Commemorative Dinner at Trepassey near Cape Race.  Later that night he would join all the participants to hear Titanic’s wireless calls once again - a century later ….perhaps to the second…..of when events happened in 1912.  On April 15, 2012 a 2-hour television documentary featuring Parks made its world premiere.  Parks came to Cape Race for the Titanic Centennial and provided us with this photo of the Marconi Station that received Titanic’s distress message.  The Myrick Centre at Cape Race stands on the same site and shares the same construction as the original Marconi station shown in this photo. 

The Receiving Titanic Commemorative Program on April 14/15 included a wonderful performance by The Man of a Thousand Songs, Ron Hynes. Ron has family ties to Long Beach and other communities on the Irish Loop - the route to Cape Race.