Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse Interpretive Centre
Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse
Interpretive Planning and Design

Lobster Cove Head lighthouse has marked the marine approach to Rocky Harbour and the entrance of Bonne Bay since 1897. It is now automated, but the keeper’s house is open as a park interpretive exhibit. The exhibit interprets how people have lived along this coast and harvested the sea for more than 4,000 years. Original artifacts, historical documents, and photographs (many donated by local and former residents) help to make the story come alive.
Design company – Form:Media
Production and Installation - Atlantic Displays

Creative Direction – Marc Belanger
Content Development – Marian Macaulay, Sandy Newton
Graphic Design – Luke Stover, Yulia Semenova, Edward Vella
Environmental Design – Thomas Evans
Map artwork was made in collaboration with Richard Rudnicki
Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse Interpretive Centre
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Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse Interpretive Centre

Lobster Cove Head lighthouse has marked the marine approach to Rocky Harbour and the entrance of Bonne Bay since 1897. It is now automated, but t Read More
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