Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada  is the second largest city in the province with a population of over 25,000. The city is 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.
Your transportation options are taxi, car, walking or bus.
Mount Pearl shares a bus service with neighbouring St. John's and is served by 3 routes (21, 22, 24), in which service varies during the day. Metrobus serves nearly all of St. John's, the neighbourhoods of Shea Heights, Kilbride and the Goulds, and Mount Pearl. The fare is $2.50 per ride (adults and seniors, Jan 2017), and not per distance, making it a very cheap, affordable way of getting around town. A ten-ride pass is $22.50 for adults, $18.00 for seniors. Most, if not all, of the bus drivers are kind and courteous and are willing to give directions. Travellers can check routes and even the current position of any bus on the Metrobus online .
- The Admiralty House Museum, 365 Old Placentia Rd, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Built by the Marconi Telegraph Company, the station is now a museum and amateur radio station. Guided tours are available. $4.
- The Glacier: an arena complex with huge ice floor.
- City festivals: City Days, and the Frosty Festival.
- Power's Pond
- 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.
- Visit St. John's, Mount Pearl's larger twin city
|Routes through Mount Pearl|
|Gander ← Clarenville ←||W E||→ St. John's → END|