Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site of Canada

Activities

Whale Festival:

Every year thousands of whales migrate to the waters off Newfoundland and Labrador to feed. Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site is one of the premier locations to sit and take in the spectacle these giants put on each summer. In celebration of their arrival off our shores, Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site will host on Sunday, June 23, 2013 from 10am-4pm, its third annual 'Whale Festival' with special events, exhibits, whale watching and more!

Fort Cape Spear WWII's Torpedo Alley

Join a soldier from the Royal Canadian Artillery C. 1943 & learn about the amazing history of Fort Cape Spear & German U-boat. At the end of your tour get the feel of a Thompson Sub-machine gun. Call 772-5367 for reservations and more information.

Dinner in the Lighthouse:

In partnership with the Restaurant Association of Newfoundland, and local restaurants, Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site is pleased to once again offer dinners in the lighthouse. Starting on the 23rd of June running every Sunday at 630pm until September 15, join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity; complete with the sun setting through the windows of the historic lighthouse, a delicious dinner and Newfoundland music, it is sure to be an unforgettable evening. Call 709-765-8483 for reservations.

A Newfoundland Afternoon at the Cape

On July 13th and 20th 2013 join us for a delectable afternoon of traditional teas and toutons in the historic lighthouse whilst being serenaded with the vocal and violin talents of Fergus O'Byrne. Call 772-5367 for reservations and more information.