Redcliffe Quay, St. John's

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Walk along the promenade and enjoy the views of vibrantly colored buildings, turquoise water in Green Bay, and small boats and large cruise ships parked in the water at Redcliffe Quay. Once a trading place for slaves, rum, sugar, and coffee, today the quay features an abundance of brightly colored cafes, restaurants, and small boutique shops housed in old Georgian buildings, restored to their original form. Plan your Redcliffe Quay visit and explore what else you can see and do in St. John's using our St. John's trip itinerary builder app.
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  • This place was ok to have a walk around. Had a look in some of the shops but mostly to use a bar for wifi.  more »
  • This is a couple of minutes walk from Heritage Quay and the cruise terminal. It has a few interesting collection of shop that are not available elsewhere in St John's and the prices were reasonable...  more »
  • Slightly more historic and interesting than Heritage Quay next door. Some nice boutiques and some lovely looking galleries and shops. Good bars and restaurants too. But still sacks a bit of polish. Probably the best thing to visit in St Johns though.
  • Nice port, or was incredibly busy with 4 ships docked. Street vendors, especially cab drivers were incredibly pushy, made me uncomfortable. Otherwise there is a lot to see, and it's beautiful!

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