Experience the pride and solemn power of Newfoundland's military past through a showcase of historical music, manoeuvres and pageantry.

Watch a powerful demonstration dedicated to Newfoundland’s historical military contribution leading up to the First World War.

A rousing band performance from the 1795 Royal Newfoundland Regiment of Foot Fife and Drum Corps opens the Tattoo. Drumsticks whir as a series of drum calls—commands to men—are made. This is followed by a series of precise military manoeuvres, featuring impressive musket, mortar and cannon fire.

Finally, tribute is paid to the extraordinary service of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment during the First World War. Squads advance and capture their position. The famous Vickers gun is moved up and opens fire.

A parade of all sections concludes the program with a solemn ceremony dedicated to all Canadians who have served, and continue to serve, from coast to coast to coast.

Signal Hill Tattoo

Every Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 11am and 3pm (weather permitting).
July to mid-August.

Adults: $10  

Youth (6 to 16): $5

Children (under 6): Free  

Family(2 Adults, 3+ Children): $25

Contact the Visitor Centre to book or to inquire about group rates: (709) 772-5367

For more information about the Signal Hill Tattoo visit their website