Admiralty House Communications Museum

Sunday 10am to 4pm

365 Old Placentia Road

Built during the First World War by the Marconi Telegraph Company, Admiralty House Communications Museum was once a top-secret naval wireless station. With exhibits on the building's unique past and its relation to the City of Mount Pearl and the SS Florizel, there is something for everyone.


Activities: Guided tours will be provided at 11am and 1pm. Visitors joining before or after the tour will have access to knowledgeable staff and volunteers.

Notice: No flash photography in the Commanding Officer's Sitting Room.


Accessibility for persons with disabilities affecting mobility, Public Washrooms, On-site parking, On-street parking.

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