A storied past meets a bountiful future
There are many unique threads that make up the fabric of Placentia.
We are the descendants of explorers, fishermen and settlers who discovered a place rich in opportunity and ideally situated to make the most of it. We are Basque, we are French, we are English, we are Irish and we are even a little Portuguese. You see their legacy in fortifications like Castle Hill, a National Historic Site. You see their lives in archaeological digs and museums, dotted amongst our quaint streets, our forested hills and our rolling coastal inlets. Meet their descendants as you stroll down our beautiful Town square and drop into the Placentia Bay Cultural Arts Centre, one of Placentia’s key cultural landmarks. Drop by the old courthouse, one of the oldest operating courtrooms in the country. Taste the local cuisine in one of our many eateries, restaurants and pubs. Enjoy a sunset walk on our famous boardwalk as the bounty of a full day passes with the tide.
Plan your visit to Placentia and discover the wonder for yourself. Our welcome mat is always ready.
Placentia Bay Cultural Arts Centre
To schedule your event at the Placentia Bay Cultural Art Centre please contact Rhonda Power Facilities Manager at 709 227 2151 ext 224, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Placentia Area Recreation Complex (PARC)
Phone: 709 227 3996
And when it comes to recreation in Placentia, there is something for everyone, whether you play competitive sports or just want a leisurely game of ball with your friends and family.
Historic Sites and Trail Networks
Easy Travel Distance to More Adventure
Discover for yourself what has drawn people here for centuries. You will be surprised not only by what you find but what is left to be explored.