Mount Pearl

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Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada [1] is the second largest city in the province with a population of over 25,000. The city itself is basically a twin sister to St. John's, the provincial capital, having grown from an unofficial playground for the summering rich into a thriving city. Modern Mount Pearl was incorporated in 1955.

Get in

Get around

Getting around Mount Pearl is similar to many other cities, with transportation options being by Taxi, Car, Walking or Bus. Mount Pearl shares a bus service with neighbouring St. John's and is serviced by 3 routes (21, 22, 24), in which service varies during the day. Visit for more information.


  • the Admiralty House Museum: originally built by the Marconi Telegraph Company, the station is now a museum and amateur radio station. Guided tours are available.
  • The Glacier: an arena complex with huge ice floor.
  • One of the various city festivals: City Days, and the Frosty Festival.
  • Power's Pond


  • Walk the green spaces: Mount Pearl has an extensive collection of trails that total over 60 kilometres. There are also many parks and playgrounds for you to enjoy.





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