If you are doing the circle tour of the Port au Port Peninsula and driving clockwise, after Cape St. George, you'll come to Mainland. Port au Port has been historically a French area, so Mainland is also known as La Grand'Terre.
Mainland is in a beautiful setting. You can see Red Island out in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and a large mountain range to the west. Red Island was an active summer fishing location during the time of the French Shore.
A community park in the centre of town features a bread oven. The park is bookended by a restaurant called Tea By The Sea and the Sister's Dream Museum (a schoolhouse museum).
We were there on a sunny day in June and everything was closed. Fortunately the director was getting ready for the summer season and she gave us a personal tour of the restaurant and the museum.
The museum was the dream of two sisters; Johanna (Lainey) Cornect and Maggie (Lainey) Benoit. The museum is a period schoolhouse and has another section with community artifacts. It's beautifully done and a wonderful tribute to the two sisters.
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