Places and Sites to Visit

Walk the Trails

See the Reproductions

Learn and Experience More

Whether a resident or visitor to the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, you won't want to miss out this summer.  Learn more about the Beothuks.  Here are some of the sites and interpretation centres recommended by the Beothuk Institute. Why not add them to your vacation planner! You won't be disappointed.

Beothuk Interpretation Centre Provincial Historic Site, Boyd's Cove

Botwood Murals Art Society, Botwood

March March Museum, Grand Falls-Windsor

Red Indian Lake Heritage Society
Millertown, NL

The Rooms, St. John's


Links for More Information

The Beothuk Institute is continually looking for valid information on the Beothuk people of Newfoundland and their predecessors to share with its membership.  The following are links to other websites relevant to us and our mission. Each link has been reviewed and approved by the Board.


External Links

Archaeology in Newfoundland and Labrador: Annual Reports
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador: Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation

Beothuk Religious Beliefs and Practices
Dr Ingeborg Marshall

Heritage Newfoundland Labrador
Dr. Ralph T. Pastore

What happened to the Beothuk Indians?
Bruce Ricketts

History of the Beothuk
Lee Sultzman

Newfoundland History: Beothuk
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College

Beothuk People

The Beothuk of Newfoundland
Visit Newfoundland and Labrador

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This is the reply I got from the Premier's Office when I suggested the the Beothuk walk amongst us. I did reply with actual records, let's see how they come back. Lieutenant Buchans expedition to the Exploits River, January 1811, item 1 Buchans Journal, shows he meet with at least 25 Beothuk, had seen several camps that were abandoned, but there were "Deere" Carcass and furs. It was in mid winter so that to me suggest they went on to another "furring ground". If indeed there were at least 25 alive in 1811, it seems that they would not be extinct in 1822, that's only 11 years. More to follow. . . ... See MoreSee Less

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