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St. John's, NL Event Planning

Key Highlights

Convention Center Space 50,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 19,550 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 13,606 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $182
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $152
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $456

St. John's, NL Things to Do and Attractions

Fluvarium

Described as "windows on a stream," the nine large viewing windows at the Suncor Energy Fluvarium in St. John's look into the ecosystem in the Nagle's Hill Brook, a tributary of Rennie's River. Guests can see three types of typical river system

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George Street

St. John's popular George Street is purported to have the most bars and pubs per square foot of any street in North America, making it a great spot to soak up the local nightlife. It is also the location of many of St. John's festivals, including the

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Johnson Geo Centre

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Built into the side of Signal Hill, the Johnson Geo Centre opened in 2002 in an excavated glacial formation. Equally as captivating as its soaring glass entryway and underground exposed bedrock formations are its exhibits. The museum explores topics

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Majestic Theatre

First opened in 1918, St. John's Majestic Theatre is as captivating as it was on opening day thanks to recent renovations. Soaring ceilings, distinctive woodwork and contemporary decor are hallmarks of this popular event venue, which can host up to

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Newman Wine Vaults

According to legend, in 1679 a Newman's ship headed to London was driven off course by pirates and bad weather, forcing the ship and crew to spend the winter in St. John's and store the wine in caves. When the ship did arrive in London the following

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O'Brien's Whale & Bird Tours

Founded nearly 30 years ago by two cod fishers, O’ Brien’s Whale & Bird Tours offer two tour options for guests looking to explore the natural beauty around St. John’s. The two-hour boat tour to the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve features panoramic

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Railway Coastal Museum

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The Railway Coastal Museum unravels the story of the construction and operation of the Newfoundland Railway and the people that made it possible. Located in a 106-year-old former train station, the museum features 42 themed exhibits, over 20 costumed

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Signal Hill National Historic Site

Offering a great vantage point of the ships in St. John's Harbor, Signal Hill has been a significant observation point for both military and trade in the city. It was a point of defense for the military from the 18th century through World War II and

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The Rooms

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The Rooms unites the Provincial Archives, Art gallery and Museum into one compelling attraction that offers exhibits, programs and collections showcasing St. John's and Newfoundland Labrador. The archives houses film, still images, family history

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Blue on Water

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Located in one of the premier boutique hotels in the city, Blue on Water offers a crisp, modern ambiance and some of the freshest seafood in town. The dinner menu features classics such as smoked seafood chowder, seafood bouillabaisse, and shrimp,

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Keg Steakhouse & Bar

Keg Steakhouse & Bar strives to offer comfort, quality and value at all its restaurants, and the waterside St. John's location is no different. With a menu full of steaks, all aged for tenderness, expertly trimmed and seasoned with a unique blend

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OPPIDAN

Recently opened in the 301-room Hotel Sheraton Newfoundland as part of a multi-million-dollar upgrade, OPPIDAN features a brand new menu from award-winning chef Roary Macpherson. The restaurant focuses on traditional seafood and regional specialties

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Portobello's Restaurant

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Situated along St. John's waterfront overlooking The Narrows and Atlantic Ocean, Portobello's Restaurant offers a view that's one of a kind. Guests can take a seat and enjoy the stunning vistas as they sample from the restaurant's world-class menu of

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Taste of Thai

Taste of Thai is popular for its traditional Thai food served in an upscale atmosphere. Greeted with a sawadeeka, a standard Thai greeting, diners are given an option to sit at a Western-style table or indulge in a more traditional experience by

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The Cellar Restaurant

Popular for its upscale atmosphere and extensive wine list, The Cellar Restaurant serves steaks and seafood with innovative flavors. Mouth-watering entrees include blackened filet mignon with garlic tiger shrimp and spicy jambalaya rice; roasted pork

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The Gypsy Tea Room

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Diners can enjoy a taste of the exotic at The Gypsy Tea Room, located near the waterfront in the historic Murray Premises. Dark woods, bold colors and colorful artwork contribute to a upscale yet spacious ambiance for both large and small groups to

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