Manitoba

Winnipeg Railway Museum

The Winnipeg Railway Museum located at the historic Winnipeg Union Station is a non-profit museum dedicated to the preservation and presentation of rail history and equipment. Located on tracks 1...

Wapusk National Park was established in 1996 and is Canada’s 37th national park located in north-east Manitoba, Canada on the shores of Hudson Bay. The park protects one of the world’s largest...

Located just three miles east of Bird's Hill Park, Cooks Creek Heritage Museum is the only Slavic museum in Western Canada. Representing the Gallican people, the Cooks Creek Heritage Museum...

Located in the former CN Rail station, a designated historical railway station, Beautiful Plains Museum is comprised of three floors. On each floor visitors will find different rooms including a...

Built for Thomas Mayne Daly, Brandon's first mayor, the Daly House is one of the oldest buildings in Brandon, Manitoba. Today, the building is home to The Daly House Museum which contains a...

Located about 35 minutes from Winnipeg, The Mennonite Heritage Village of Steinbach, Manitoba brings the Mennonite way of life to visitors from all over. The village's forty acre site is open year...

Located on the site of the 1903 Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company building, the Sipiweske Museum contains a collection of over 6,000 artifacts and memorabilia from Manitoba's early pioneer days as...

Located just 6km west of Manitou, the Archibald Historical Museum is comprised of three fully furnished homes, a three-story barn, a church, and the La Riviere CP Rail Station.

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