Visitor attractions in Corner Brook

The City of Corner Brook is known as the hub of the West coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, serving the Western and Northern parts of the island as well as Southern Labrador. With a population of approximately 26,000 people including the North and South shore of the Bay of Islands, it is the second largest city in the province. Corner Brook is one of the most scenic areas on the island and has the most impressive display of fall foliage in the Newfoundland and Labrador. The city was built on the pulp and paper industry, which today is still the major employer.

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  • Captain James Cook – National Historic Site
    View original charts by legendary explorer Captain James Cook from over 300 years ago.
  • Historic Train Site
    The Railway Society of Newfoundland Historic Train Site is a showcase of the proud rail heritage of Newfoundland. The site has retained the Newfie Bullet—the former fastest train in Newfoundland—as well as vintage railway equipment and track.
  • Cenotaph
    The Cenotaph is erected in memory of local residents who gave their lives in both World Wars.
  • Corner Brook Museum and Archives
    The Corner Brook Museum and Archives depicts the natural, cultural and social history of Corner Brook and the surrounding area. Our site offers information about us and the artifacts and history we preserve, what other services we have to offer, information on upcoming events, and links to related sites.

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