Some places to visit in Trinity, NL

Buildings that are owned/operated by Trinity Historical Society and available for tours
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Anglican Church, Trinity, Newfoundland

I want to visit Newfoundland again! Last time I was there, there was an auction just beside this church - Anglican Church, Trinity, Newfoundland

Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador

Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, love that you can see the church My Great-Great-Grandfather helped build.

Trinity Museum is an 1880's salt box style house built by the DeGrish family. This house now holds a collection of over 3,000 artifacts donated by people of the Trinity area and elsewhere. Be sure to drop by for a visit - you never know what you might find!

Trinity Museum, Newfoundland, is an salt box style house built by the DeGrish family. This house now holds a collection of over artifacts donated by people of the Trinity NF area and elsewhere.

Houses and a church in a quaint atlantic coast town; Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Stock Photo

Stock Photo - Houses and a church in a quaint atlantic coast town; Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Ice in Trinity Harbour . Pork shed of Rising Tide Theatre in the wings ...

Ice in Trinity Harbour . Pork shed of Rising Tide Theatre in the wings .

Canada, Newfoundland, Trinity Bay

the beautiful landscape of Newfoundland and a beautiful article as well!

Trinity, Newfoundland This is near where my Mom was born in Trinity Bay!

Postcards From Newfoundland

Trinity, Newfoundland (from Gone with the Family) - I missed this spot.

Victorian post box, still in use. Trinity, Newfoundland. Photo, Seastrandstudio.

Victorian Post box, still in use ~ Trinity, Newfoundland: Photo by Seastrandstudio.

Green Family Forge.  This is a fully operational living history museum.  Drop by to see the blacksmiths in action and purchase some of his beautiful, skillfully made products such as coat racks, candleholders, letter  openers and much, much more!

This is a fully operational living history museum. Drop by to see the blacksmiths in action and purchase some of his beautiful, skillfully made products such as coat racks, candleholders, letter openers and much, much more!

'Downtown Trinity' a view of Trinity NL from the Skerwink Trail

'Downtown Trinity' a view of Trinity NL from the Skerwink Trail

John Clinch - Doctor, Missionary. Born in England, he trained with Edward Jenner, who developed the smallpox vaccine. In 1775, he went to Newfoundland where he settled permanently in 1783. While in Newfoundland, a smallpox outbreak formed in the city of Trinity and, remembering his work with Jenner, he had some vaccine sent from England. By 1800, he had introduced the Jenner Vaccine to British North America.

John Clinch - Doctor, Missionary. Born in England, he trained with Edward Jenner, who developed the smallpox vaccine. In 1775, he went to Newfoundland where he settled permanently in 1783. While in Newfoundland, a smallpox outbreak formed in the city of Trinity and, remembering his work with Jenner, he had some vaccine sent from England. By 1800, he had introduced the Jenner Vaccine to British North America.

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