Demasduit Regional Museum
At Home in Central Newfoundland
Discover the rich history of Central Newfoundland, from indigenous cultures thriving here 5,000 years ago to the great changes of 20th century industrial development.
Displays include artifacts of ancient Maritime Archaic Indians, the Palaeoeskimo and Beothuk, and of the European and Mi’kmaq who came next.
TEMPORARY EXHIBIT: NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR FROM A TO Z
A whimsical “A to Z” introduction to the province. Come explore a variety of treasures that provide insights into this place and its people’s special characters. A Travelling Exhibition Developed by The Rooms.
Image: Hooked Mats: Maps of Newfoundland and Labrador. Grenfell Labrador Industries. Newfoundland and Labrador. 1900s. The Rooms Collections
Hours of Operation
Open April 30, 2022 – October 2, 2022
Monday-Saturday: 9 am - 4:30 pm
Sundays & July 1 (Canada Day): 12 pm - 4:30 pm
$2.00 Group Rate
24 St. Catherine Street
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
Demasduit Regional Museum
C/O Provincial Building
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL A2A 1W9
Practices and Policies: What We Ask Of You
We look forward to welcoming you back! We are so pleased to be open and can’t wait to see you.
Our team has taken great lengths to ensure you have a safe visit.
For your safety:
- We recommend you wear a non-medical mask during your visit and practice physical distancing.
- Plexi barriers remain at our cashpoints.
- Hand sanitizers are located on all floors.
What we ask of you:
- Please check-in at our Admissions Desk before proceeding
- Please use our touchless pay options (if available).
- Don’t forget to continue to practice good hand hygiene.
The use of scented products is to be avoided, in order to provide employees and visitors with a healthy and safe environment. The use of scented products has the potential to create an unsafe environment for our employees and visitors due to the associated serious health risks.
Brief cases, backpacks and oversized bags are not permitted. Please check with staff if you need clarification.
Eating & Drinking
Food and beverages are not permitted in exhibition spaces. This is enforced to protect our collections and items on display.
This is a smoke free building.
Admire – But Don’t Touch (in most cases)
Please do not touch the artifacts or artwork on display, except where clearly permitted.
Children are welcome. For their safety and to protect the items on display, we ask that children under 12 be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.
Please refrain from shouting, running and rowdy behaviour that might interfere with other visitors’ experiences or result in injury.
In the event of an alarm, please prepare to exit, following any instructions provided by staff. If you require assistance, please ask the nearest staff person.