Five Island Art Gallery, Tors Cove, Newfoundland


An Enchanted Afternoon of Fairies, Folklore & Art

An Enchanted Afternoon of Fairies, Folklore & Art

This adventure begins at a charming turn of the
century, two-room schoolhouse in beautiful Tors Cove.
Learn about our fairy lore, view a local art exhibit,
enjoy an interactive rug hooking demonstration, take
an enchanted walk to a cobblestone beach passing
colorful saltbox homes – seeking out fairy homes along the way.

Our adventure concludes with a mug up! Bring your

camera – the photo opportunities are priceless.



Tour Highlight:

• Visit fairy homes

• Learn about local fairy lore

• Browse through works by local artists

• Spend time at an old two-room schoolhouse

• Experience traditional rug hooking

• Have a mug-up with homemade treats

• See whales, sheep, icebergs — if we are lucky!

What ia a  Fair Door?

A fairy door is a magical gateway or portal between our world

and the supernatural. A hiker made the first fairy door discovery in

Newfoundland, near the East Coast Trail (Tinker’s Point, Tors Cove).

It's believed they have always existed, but are often located in

woodland areas where they are less likely to be discovered.

Tickets: $60 per person

Date: Tuesdays in July & August

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Posted on: May 1, 2017