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Places to go while staying at White Sails Inn and Cabins
Beaches Heritage Center
(Distances are from White Sails Inn and Cabins)
Beaches Heritage Center
Beaches Heritage Center
BEACHES HERITAGE CENTER - ~1.25km

Historic Schoolhouse restored by the Heritage Foundation as a Theatre/Gallery, it has since become the home of the Eastpenn Players and plays host to numerous Festivals and Events: Beaches Accordion Festival, Gerald S. Doyle Folk Song Festival, The Agricultural Exhibition and the internationally reknown Winterset in Summer Literary Festival. Their gift shop offers limited edition local books, crafts and original art work.
Burnside Heritage Foundation
BURNSIDE HERITAGE FOUNDATION - ~6km

The Burnside area of Bonavista Bay was inhabited by native peoples for at least 5,000 years, making it one of Newfoundland's oldest continually inhabited regions. Archeological evidence has been found for the presence of Maritime Archaic, Paleoeskimo and Beothuk peoples. An interpretative Museum of artifacts also offers guided boat tours of both the Beaches (one of the largest Beothuk settlements in the province) and the Quarry (a unique area of volcanic rhyolite with artifacts dating back 5,000 years). From the boat you can see the Fox Bar Burial Site.
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