Come on down to the Village! Everything will be in full swing starting Monday, June 26th. From good, old-fashioned Newfoundland food, to crafts to Village Tours to entertainment – you won’t want to miss it!
Olde Shoppe Restaurant
Our restaurant opened for business on June 12th. Come on over and dine with us. Open daily from noon to 7 pm – Featuring delicious Newfoundland food
The Barbour Living Heritage Village is pleased to offer you accommodations at Audrey’s Tickle Bliss. This 2 bedroom home is located on the waterfront in the Village. From your vantage point you will have a wonderful view of the Village and the Tickle. Next door to the Olde Shoppe Restaurant and the Waterfront Premises.
Open May to October
Check out: 11:00 am; Check in: 2:00 pm
Room Rate: $110 / night
High speed internet/cable tv/telephone
Our tours run from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily (June to Mid-September). To do it properly, you should allow yourself two or three hours to tour the Barbour Living Heritage Village. Don’t be surprised if one visit isn’t enough. Most of our guests come back time and time again. We think that’s great! We’re always adding something new and don’t want you to miss out. It’s all so interesting. There are so many attractions and so many things to do. Take a look at what we have to offer, plan your visit and come experience where the past meets the present.
Poop Deck Craft Shop
The Poop Deck Craft and Gift Shop located at the Barbour Living Heritage Village, Newtown, is the perfect spot to start and end your Tour of the Village. It has a wide selection of local crafts such as homemade quilts, knitted goods, Newfoundland pictures and prints, books, locally made jams and perhaps a fresh berry pie from the Olde Shoppe Restaurant. Oh, and don’t forget to look for the book written by Captain Joe Barbour where he tells his true story about being Forty-Eight Days Adrift.
This is the place to find a special gift for yourself or that perfect gift to take back to your relatives and friends as a memory of your trip to this picturesque part of Newfoundland and Labrador.
July 1st – Canada Day Festivities
We’ll provide an update on what’s happening on Canada Day but, rest assured, it is going to be FUN.
July 10th – 16th Festival on the Tickle
Back again by popular demand – a full week of activities, entertainment and good ole Newfoundland FUN. Here are a few of the things on the agenda for that week.
Seniors Appreciation Day
Kids and Adult Kitchen Party with Ray Lake
Rubber Boot Contest
… and more
EVERY Wednesday Night throughout July and August – Dinner Theatre
Featuring The Deb and Jo Variety Show
Live traditional Newfoundland Music
Traditional Three-Course Newfoundland Buffet
Screech-ins at each show
Theatrical Production throughout July and August
Featuring “The Future of Our History” by the Building Bridges Theatre Group
Back for the fourth season, Building Bridges Youth Theatre. This season they will be performing a new play “The Future of our History” There will be plays on the following dates:
July 6th, 18th, 20th.
August 8th, 15th, 17th, 29th and 31st.
Waterfront Premises, Barbour Living Heritage Village. Don’t be disappointed, book your tickets today by calling 709-536-3220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
July 22nd: Lloyd Snow in Concert
August 18th: Eddie Coffey in Concert