Find out what to do in Brandon and Southwest Manitoba at this riverside meeting place.
Wind your way along the Red River on this historic and scenic route.
Roam from one country to another in this US-border straddling garden dedicated to peace.
Get your hands on one of Canadas only diesel engine simulators at this vintage rail station.
See how Icelandic, Ukrainian, Polish, and Indigenous cultures shaped this proud community.
Expand your artistic horizons as you wander through exhibits from Manitoba and beyond.
Climb the stairs of the historic Via Rail Union Station and discover Manitoba's rail heritage.
See how the fur traders lived. Feel the pelts, watch the blacksmith and patrol the palisade.
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Celebrate in style at this grand 1909 house, now fully restored as a farmhouse museum.
Imagine calling the caribou hide tipi home, as this museum features the history of the North.
Trace the roots of Manitoba's Icelandic settlers back to 1875.
Hold a bird in your hands, dip for critters, paddle a voyageur canoe through the marsh.
Relive the pioneer days and tour the chapel, homes, and shops of Eastern European Slavic settlers.
Plow into the past with this collection of antique farm equipment and Homesteaders' Village.
Journey from darkness to light in magnificent building where human rights triumphs shine.
Touch the heavy-duty mining equipment, including jackleg drills and rocker shovels.
Discover the heritage of the prairies, from First Nations people, to explorers, and pioneers.
Roll into the station at this restored heritage site, still located on its original site.
Have a day of excitement and exhilaration at this adrenaline-packed park.
Follow the spirit to discover the history, culture, geology, industry, and art of Thompson.
See traditional Romanian peasant-style architecture in this house, church, and cemetery.
Dig into prehistory to find ancient fossils like Bruce the mosasaur, a huge, fierce sea predator.
Visit the classroom, the parlour, and chapel where the nuns helped shape this community.
Go back in time to a fur trading post, where a log cabin and other buildings bring the past to life.
Pénétrez dans la gare de ce site patrimonial restauré, encore situé à son emplacement dorigine.
Admire artworks by Manitoba artists, and be charmed by the Winnie the Pooh collection.
Fly high with the yellow wings, WWII training aircraft and other military artifacts.
Stroll through galleries highlighting Canadian and Indigenous art and see world-class exhibitions.
Read between the lines at the restored family home of the famed Franco-Manitoban author.
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