Memorial is not just a great place to work and study - it's an exciting place to visit. Many of Memorial's facilities and services are open to the community.
Grenfell College in Corner Brook welcomes visitors and alumni to its campus to take advantage of its attractions and services.
The Bonne Bay Marine Station invites you to discover the amazing sea life in the unique coastal environment of Bonne Bay, Gros Morne National Park. Located on the water's edge in Norris Point, the station offers guided tours of its aquarium, daily June -Sept. Observe marine plants and animals, learn about our latest research and get your hands wet among the sea stars, hermit crabs and other curious critters in our touch tank. Please call 709-458-2550 for further information, group/school bookings and off-season hours of operation.
The Marine Institute is home to the latest in marine technology and research and it too welcomes tour groups and visitors.
The St. John's campus has many specialized facilities that will interest people with various interests. These are some of the attractions:
Are you looking for a conference venue? Would you like to stay in university residences during your visit? With various types of residence rooms, dining facilities, and technology support, the St. John's campus is an ideal site. Our Conference Office can assist you with information and reservations. The same is true of our campus in Corner Brook.
If you just want to get a closer look at what modern post-secondary education is all about, tours of the campus, including the Marine Institute on Ridge Road and the Ocean Sciences Centre in Logy Bay, can be arranged. Memorial's Fisheries and Marine Institute offers regular daily tours in the summer; the institute's planetarium is open to visitors some evenings from October through June.