Taste the fun at this free family festival in Morden, featuring local corn and apple juice.
See how Icelandic, Ukrainian, Polish, and Indigenous cultures shaped this proud community.
Navigate this secluded part of Manitoba and connect with nature in a user-intiated adventure.
Relive Brandons early history at the home of the city's first mayor.
Touch the heavy-duty mining equipment, including jackleg drills and rocker shovels.
See the signatures of northern explorers who left their ships here during the winter.
Go back in time to a fur trading post, where a log cabin and other buildings bring the past to life.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
Take tea in this 1883 church, now tea room and museum offering guided tours and summer picnics.
Release your inner Viking at this Gimli festival that celebrates the traditions of New Iceland.
Touch the pelts in the loft, sit in a York boat, and hear the smith's hammer at this fur trade post.
Roll into the station at this restored heritage site, still located on its original site.
See the hand-painted frescoes, icons and murals in this "prairie cathedral" in Dauphin.
Uncover the Legislatures secrets, explore Winnipegs rock & roll history, go north to see the bears.
Explore the joie-de-vivre of Manitobas French Quarter in an English or French walking tour.
Learn about Red River architecture and the Red River settlement at this 1854 national historic site.
Peruse the eclectic curiosities that tell the stories of the area's natural and human history.
Dig into prehistory to find ancient fossils like Bruce the mosasaur, a huge, fierce sea predator.
Step right up for fun at the midway, activities at Prairie Town Adventures, and great live music.
Relive the pioneer days and tour the chapel, homes, and shops of Eastern European Slavic settlers.
Raise your hand if you want to check out this one-room schoolhouse, now museum and social hub.
Plow into the past with this collection of antique farm equipment and Homesteaders' Village.
Walk through the buildings, fields, and orchard on this well preserved 1897 Ukrainian farm.
Dance under the prairie sun to an eclectic mix of music folk, jazz, blues, and more.
Admire the contemporary art that reflect Manitoba's French roots.
Pénétrez dans la gare de ce site patrimonial restauré, encore situé à son emplacement dorigine.
Feel the power as you walk through the ruins of this former hydro-electric generating station.
Climb the spiral staircase to see what surprises you can find in the attic of this former school.
Ascend the grandest staircase in the province in this priceless monument of local Tyndall stone.
Feel the power of the Creator in this sacred place.
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