Harrington Harbour
Located in one of the first houses built on the island of Harrington Harbour, the Rowsell House Interpretation Centre interprets the cultural and natural heritage of this charming community and its surrounding archipelago. Models, panels and local artifacts interpret traditional activities, fishing, and local history. The Centre also houses original documents and memorabilia relating to Dr. Grenfell, the famous medical missionary who served the region beginning in the late 1800s. The Rowsell House is the best place to start your visit of Harrington Harbour. Staff can provide information on what to see in the village, including guided tours to historic sites. Various postcards, maps, publications and DVDs are on sale at the Centre.

Opening hours Monday - Friday: 9:30 to 12 (noon) 1:30 to 4:30. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Can be opened by appointment.

Harrington Harbour, Quebec, G0G 1N0
Contact: Harrington Harbour Tourism Association
Tel: (418) 795-3131