The Rooms, Newfoundland's historic, culture, and art museum, has amazing exhibits that celebrate our people, our history, and our province. The building's unique architectural design is eye-catching but few know that its physical design of was modeled from the fishing rooms of historic NL. During your visit to The Rooms, be sure to check out the lookout points on the outdoor balcony next to the Rooms Cafe to see beautiful views of St. John's harbour and downtown St. John's.
The Rooms, Newfoundland's historic, culture, and art museum.
Polar bear taxidermy at Our People & Our Culture exhibit at The Rooms.
Beaumont Hamel trail of the Caribou exhibit at The Rooms, Newfoundland historic and culture museum.
This Military exhibit at The Rooms has info boards about military uniform & combat.
Behind glass exhibits, visitors at The Rooms can get a glimpse of some of the old dress styles in Newfoundland's past.
Antique, crank operated, wringer washer Livyer exhibit at the Rooms.
The music exhibit at the Rooms displays instruments commonly used by NL musicians, including the "ugly stick".