Cupids Cove Chatter is an online publication of the Cupids Legacy Centre, which is dedicated to telling the story of the first British colony in Canada.
Cupids has meaning, not only for Newfoundland and Labrador, but for every English speaking Canadian. English Canada began with John Guy’s choice of Cupids as his new home. The Cupids Legacy Centre celebrates their legacy and tells the history of the region.
Online publications about Cupids 400 tell other parts of the story. The Flickr group Cupids 400 – Birth of English Canada is a photographic record, where members of Flickr can add photos. Archaeological information is found in Baccalieu Trail Archaeology, and historical information is found in Baccalieu: Crossroads for Cultures.
Contact information for the Cupids Legacy Centre
Cupids Legacy Centre
P.O Box 210
368 Seaforest Drive
Cupids, Newfoundland and Labrador
Phone: 1 709 528 1610
Museum, Shop, Lab, Family History Resource Centre, Archaeology Lab, and Faerie Garden:
Open seasonally, 7 days a week
June 11 – October 14, 10:00am to 5:00pm
Off-season: By appointment
Open weekly year-round
|Admission||Legacy Centre||Plantation Site||Plantation Site
& Legacy Centre
adults and children 12 and up
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1 site entry for 2 adults
and 3 children aged 17 and under
single entry for groups of 10
or more people, book in advance
Admission fees include taxes. Your ticket to the Legacy Centre gives you access to the Museum, Archaeology Lab, Family History Resource Centre and rooftop Faerie Garden.