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Gros Morne Wildlife Museum houses over 100 full-size Newfoundland animals in very realistic scenes. We have brought the outdoors indoors, allowing you to view the animals up close and take time to view them in a safe setting.  You will be astounded by the authenticity of the displays – from the sights and sounds to the smell of the forest.  You will feel as if you have stepped into a piece of Newfoundland wilderness with dozens of rare and common Newfoundland animals only a few metres away. 
Get a close-up view of full-size animals including:
Polar Bear
Black Bears
Our scenes cover all of Newfoundland’s major habitats, from the mountaintops to the ocean floor and everything in between – including freshwater, forest, bog and beach in different seasons.   Explore the animals that call Newfoundland “home”.  This new attraction is a must see! 

Our knowledgeable staff will be pleased to guide you through the museum and help you make the most of your experience.  We also offer scheduled guided tours, so please contact us for more information.
Gros Morne Wildlife Museum and Gift Shop is locally owned and operated. We have received thousands of enthusiastic visitors to the hall of wildlife, and we are eager to welcome new and familiar faces this year!

Nos services sont disponibles en français et notre musée est établi en format bilingue.  Contactez-nous aujourd’hui!

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gros morne WILDLIFE museum
76 Main Street North
P.O. Box 469
Rocky Harbour
Newfoundland & Labrador
A0K 4N0

Phone: 709.458.3396
Fax:  709.458.3052

*** Museum specimens are a result of accidental death or harvest for food. 
No animals were killed solely for the museum displays.

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