Tours and programs

Gros Morne National Park

Indigenous programs

Join us as we celebrate and honour the traditions of the Mi’kmaq people of the island of Newfoundland.

Broom Point Fishing Premises

This restored traditional fishing premise gives you a real glimpse into the vibrant lives of inshore fishing families of coastal Newfoundland

Discovery Centre

From geology to plants, moose to caribou, marine life to arctic life and all sorts of other stuff, your questions will be answered here.

Green Point Geological Site

Explore Green Point’s seaside cliffs, a beautiful and intriguing sequence of layered rocks

Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse

A Lighthouse and so much more! With a vibrant history, Lobster Cove Head features trails that lead you to coastal environments and tuckamore forests.

The rocks of Gros Morne National Park explain how continents got their shape, why continents collide and tear apart, only to collide again. Geology and natural history are not the only gems to be found in Gros Morne. Explore the rich culture of the people and the area's Indigenous traditions.

Take advantage of self-guided interpretive experiences throughout the park or join a Parks Interpreter for a guided walk or cultural program. A schedule of programs can be found below. Incredible geology paired with compelling human history make Gros Morne a place well worth exploring.

Places to Discover and Ways to Explore

Parks Interpreter talking about geology

Gros Morne National Park is a wondrous natural and cultural landscape full of sights and stories. Exhibits, information panels and viewpoints are scattered throughout the Park to enhance your enjoyment. To delve a little deeper into the fascinating stories of Gros Morne, join a Parks Canada Interpreter for one of the many programs offered throughout the season.

Lobster Cove Lighthouse

Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse Exhibit Open Daily (10:00 - 5:30) / May 20 - October 10
Uncover the rich cultural story of Gros Morne – the people, the history and the Lighthouse that served as a beacon to those returning from sea. Explore the grounds surrounding the lighthouse, picnic amongst the tuckamore and take in amazing sunsets.

Broom Point

Broom Point Fishing Premises
Visit the beautiful, windswept coastline at Broom Point and imagine what life was like for the families who fished here in the mid-1900s

Interpretative Exhibit at the Discovery Centre

Discovery Centre Open Daily (9:00 - 5:00) / May 20 to October 23
Visit our newly renovated exhibit of Gros Morne's unique geology and landscape. Engage with our knowledgeable staff who help bring the park to life. Explore the rich culture and heritage of the people of Conne River, a Mi'kmaw community on the south coast of Newfoundland, in an exciting new exhibition called Miawpukek – The Middle River.

Special School Programs

Gros Morne National Park offers your students exciting opportunities to connect to the world around them. Whether it's through exploring some of the most fascinating geological sites on our planet, hands-on experiences of how people lived and survived along our coasts, or listening to the stories and drumming of our Aboriginal interpreter, our programs are designed to deliver meaningful and transformative learning experiences.

Inquire at park facilities about upcoming programs and special events. 709-458-2417

Download all activities available for school groups to enjoy, (PDF, 385 KB)

Special Commercial Group Tour Requests

Searching for new destinations and experiences? Let us guide you in discovering what Parks Canada in Western Newfoundland and Labrador has to offer. Explore Gros Morne National Park UNESCO World Heritage Site, Port au Choix National Historic Site, L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site UNESCO World Heritage Site, Red Bay National Historic Site UNESCO World Heritage Site and Torngat Mountains National Park as we assist you in creating memorable outings for your clients.

Downlad full list of commercial group tour experiences, (PDF)

If you are bringing a group to Gros Morne National Park and would like the services of an interpreter for a guided event, a talk, or a step-on guide, please contact us at least two weeks in advance at or call 709-458-2417.

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