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Best things to do in Trinity

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“It will give you a sense of life in Nl’s past. The plays often show our ties to Europe.”
1 local recommends
Travel Agency
“This is our absolute favourite tour company. Locally owned by our friend Kris Prince and his wife Shawna. You will be sure to be entertained ! ”
6 locals recommend
Café
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“The Twine Loft is a fantastic fine dining establishment serving up 3 course meals in an intimately restored fishing shed. The food, the wine, the art and the lighting lend to a relaxed meal consisting of local ingredients and carefully curated offerings. Make sure to check out their Happy Hour on the Deck in summer time 3-5pm. (Check with us at Hostel for any time changes)”
4 locals recommend
Food
“The chocolate is delicious! They also have an ice cream shop in Trinity as well!”
2 locals recommend
Mountain
“Nice easy walking trail in the picturesque community of Trinity just 50 min from Clarenville on the Bonavista Peninsula. Approx. 2 km Loop, 0.75 km to the Top, 45 Minutes – 1 Hour return”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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1 local recommends
Bed & Breakfast
“If you are staying in an Artisan Inn Vacation Home that does not have a laundry machine, we will provide the service for $7.50 a load.”
1 local recommends
Jewelry Store
1 local recommends
Hotel
1 local recommends
Establishment
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Historic sites including the Forge, The Cooperage, The Trinity Museum, The Lester Garland Building and More.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Bizarro abandoned amusement park where a train used to loop around to handle elevation drops so the now defunct train could get down to the community.”
1 local recommends
Bed & Breakfast
Lodging
“Great place for brunch or dinner. Tasty reasonably priced menu with many locally sourced ingredients”
1 local recommends
Locality
“The oldest town in North America offers a glimpse into life of long ago, with it's architecture and unique homes and narrow streets. Don't miss the Rising Tide Theatre and Pageant, museums, art galleries and craft shops, & restaurants etc.”
4 locals recommend
Lighthouse
“A stunning view of Trinity, and great beach to Walk along and a beautiful walk around the lighthouse.”
1 local recommends