Looking for something to do in St. John's?
We have lots of great suggestions for visits, activities and places to go for a fun time, day or night.
Here's a list of our favourite place to stay when your Newfoundland adventures take you too far from St. John’s to come the same day.
This historic site offers an impressive view of the Atlantic. Signal Hill had an important strategic position in the past and played a prominent role in the history of communications.
You’ll be the first in North America to see the sunrise on Cape Spear, the easternmost point of the continent. It’s also the perfect place to observe the oldest fort in the province and a large number of birds and whales.
Join Jared from Bird The Rock for group or private bird watching tours.
This boat tour will introduce you to the magnificent Trinity Bay and its incredible marine world, numerous birds and maybe even a few icebergs.
Johnny Ruth is an independent boutique featuring local clothing, handmade jewelry and small gifts.
Mallard Cottage is a historic restaurant that pays tribute to the beautiful region of Newfoundland and its local products.
Chinched has both a bistro and take out counter, and every cut of local and artisanal meat is used to ensure nothing is wasted.
This restaurant is a hip destination for seafood, shellfish and small plates with craft beer, wines and signature cocktails.
This bar is a very popular spot for locals and the perfect place to share a pint with friends.
Irish pub with live entertainment every night and pub food.
One of the most popular pubs on the famous George Street. It’s also THE place to be "screeched-in", a traditional ceremony where locals welcome you to Newfoundland.