Port Union National Historic District of Canada

Port Union, Trinity Bay North

Port Union National Historic District is the only union built town in North America, a social justice history depicting the vision of William Coaker and the Fisherman's Protective Union. They established a commercial and economic footing for fisherman breaking the bonds of merchants. A planned community come visit The Interpretation Centre The Factory home of the Fisherman's Advocate Newspaper.

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Visitor information, craft shop, handicap, accessible, clean washrooms, meeting space available

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Adult $7, senior $6, family $15.75, child 6-16$2.25, under 6 free, group rates and season passes available

Contact Information

67 Main Street Port Union South, Port Union
48.4984, -53.0798 (Download GPX)
May 15 - Oct 31
+1 (709) 469 2207
+1 (709) 469 2509
+1 (709) 469 2509


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