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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.

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Get around[edit]

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 www.metrobus.com for more information.

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  • 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. http://www.nfld.com/~sirjames
  • The Glacier: an arena complex with huge ice floor.
  • One of the various city festivals: City Days, and the Frosty Festival.
  • Power's Pond

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  • 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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Get out[edit]

  • Visit St. John's, Mount Pearl's larger twin city


Routes through Mount Pearl
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