High Street is home to a lot of the history of Grand Falls-Windsor. Home to many places, such as the Grand Falls Drug Store, Classic Theatre, Joe Byrne Memorial Stdium, and Harmsworth Hall, this area has many stories to tell.

To begin with, Harmsworth Hall is one of the oldest buildings still standing in Grand Falls. Constructed in the late 1920's, the location has been in service for quite a long while by now. most of the time it'll simply be reffered to as the "Town Hall". Though most Heritage sources name it as Harmsworth hall

Next up, we have the Classic Theater. The Classic Theatre is the only movie theatre in Grand Falls alongside having been in service since the mid 1900's. It is directly across the street from Harmsworth Hall. There isn't entirely much history I can find relating to the Classic Theatre. But due to it's place as the only movie theatre in town

Additionally, we have the Grand Falls Drug store. Potentially the oldest building on our list. It was first opened by a group of buisnessmen for the A.N.D. Company. and in 1915 it became offically incorperated, and the history keeps going! There is an entire plaque of their history outside the store, I recommend you take a look!

And finally, We have the Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium. A place that is technically not on High Street. But rather on Jones street it opened in 1948 on Novemebr 22nd. It was the only stadium in Newfoundland for to accomidate 2500 guests at one time until 1954. When another stadium was constructed in St. Johns.