We are located in the historic Town of Trinity on the east coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Founded in 1964, our mission is to preserve, present and promote the built and cultural heritage of Trinity and the area.

We invite you to visit our Town and our historic sites. Explore our living history Blacksmith Museum with demonstrations in the trade; our restored Poole-Newfoundland mercantile brick home- Lester Garland House - and the Fort Point Lighthouse which was home to a military fortification before becoming a Lighthouse.

For those interested in family history and genealogy our archives has materials dating to the 1750s.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our historic sites and archives; events and possibly consider becoming a member of our organization.

Whether visiting this site to learn about the history of Trinity, about THS and our work or as a guide to plan your visit to our Town; we hope you find this information useful! Enjoy.


Blacksmith for a Day

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Summer Seminar Series

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Rev. Dr. John Clinch

Check out our interview with Adam Walsh on CBC Radio

Trinity Bight Enterprise

The Trinity Bight Enterprise services the 12 communities of Trinity Bight.

Obituary Database

Online searchable obituary database dating back to the 1860s

Our Mission

To preserve, present and promote the built and cultural heritage of Trinity and the area.


  • Monday - Friday | 9:00AM to 5:00PM

    June 3rd - October 11th

  • Sunday - Saturday | 9:30AM to 5:00PM

  • Copy, Print & Other Services

    We are pleased to introduce that we can now provide copying, faxing, lamination and printing services. Our rates are as listed below. Please email info@trinityhistoricalsociety.com your copying or printing needs with full details or drop by the Lester-Garland House. Please call in advance to ensure that someone is at the office – 709-464-3599. Click here for our rates.