Ten provincial historic sites open their doors for the summer season on Saturday.
Sites include Commissariat House in St. John's, the Cupid's Cove Plantation, the Mercantile Premises in Trinity and the Cape Bonavista Lighthouse.
A demonstration series is planned for July and August, which includes a new culinary series at Commissariat House and the Newman Wine Vaults.
Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism and Culture Minister Terry French said the sites offer an interactive history lesson.
"You can experience Christmas in the Library at Mockbeggar; Voices on the Wind at the Beothuk Interpretation Centre; Jam and Jammin at Point Amour; or Cultural Company at Heart’s Content, to name a few," said French. "I invite visitors from home and abroad to explore our unique culture and heritage."
Provincial historic sites have been designated by the government under the Historic Resources Act, because of their historical or architectural significance.