This is the best place that I have been to, to take the time to look at the life in Bay de Verde.
One of our highlights while visiting the Island. Beautiful setting and well done.
Lots of history. Beautiful little village. Friendly people!
Very interesting place and full of information. John Blundon 1808 and Sarah Blundon were my great grand parents.
I always loved the Heritage House. It is so nice inside. All the things back in the olden days are so amazing to me.
First time visitor. Absolutely beautiful.
Marvelous job all 'round. Quite interesting – my husband, John M. O'Neill lived here till 1948. We're descendants of the early O'Neills.
This afternoon I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Paul Emberley outside his home. What a delightful man and now I see that he is such a driving force in this community.
I love it! Very good and nice guide Erica. Beautiful, interesting.
Very impressive. Well maintained.
Excellent display and very interesting.
We have seen a lot of heritage houses in our 'Tidy Town' travels but this one is among the best. Congratulations to your heritage committee.
Although I lived very close to this house in my younger years, this was my first time visiting this house. There are some very interesting things to look at. A great place to visit and find out about the history of the area.
Very interesting! Well done.
C'est tres beau a visiter. Merci beaucoup.
Very interesting museum in a beautiful village!
Very well organized. Amazing to see a lot of the original furniture and items still in the house. Well done in preserving Canada's history.
Happy to revisit my grandfather's home. Brings back lots of wonderful memories. Great to see the Heritage Committee keeping everything so great. My Mom (Rita Blundon – Alfred B. Blundon's wife) also with me. She has enjoyed revisiting Bay de Verde and the house. Always sees something different every visit!
Real nice museum, very educational.