Places to see along Labrador Coastal Drive
The Gateway to Labrador at L'Anse au Clair welcomes you to our region.
Exhibits and artwork at the Gateway to Labrador introduce you to Labrador Coastal Drive.
A group tour is provided a personal welcome and overview of activities.
The buildings at Point Amour include the historic light tower, work buildings and lightkeepers' residences.
Visitors may climb the 122 steps leading to the top of the light tower at Point Amour.
The Point Amour lightkeeper's office, with his box of signalling flags for communicating with ships.
The lighting mechanism at Point Amour Lighthouse has evolved over time, though the large Fresnel lens is the original.
The lightkeeper's family kitchen with period furnishings and reproductions.
Now an historic site, Point Amour Lighthouse was built in the 1850s to serve a new steamship route.
Fishermen's stage and, behind, National Historic Site interpretation facilities at Red Bay.
Original artifacts and interpretation relate 16th century Basque history at Red Bay.
Wharf facilities at Red Bay welcome cruise ship passengers. Behind, a hiking trail climb to the top of Tracy Hill.
Historic buildings at Battle Harbour now provide comfortable accommodations for visitors to the island.
Wharf front properties house extensive exhibits about Batlle Harbour's prominant economic history.
The story of Labrador's cod fishery is told at the unique island community of Battle Harbour.
The church atop the hill overlooks the entrance to Battle Harbour.