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Imagine calling the caribou hide tipi home, as this museum features the history of the North.
Flutter on the wings on the 5000 butterflies on display at this stately heritage home.
Cross the causeway to find sandy beaches, limestone cliffs, lush wetlands and leafy forests.
Guard the Churchill River at this cannon battery, with its stone walls and lone cannon remaining.
Discover the stories of Brandons past at this buildings and residences dating from 1890 onwards.
Visit the classroom, the parlour, and chapel where the nuns helped shape this community.
Interact with four galleries and keep an eye out for scurrying salamanders that tromp through the region.
Hit the books at this 1886 schoolhouse in a park that blooms with spring crocuses.
Celebrate in style at this grand 1909 house, now fully restored as a farmhouse museum.
Peek at the past in this former general store.
Discover the mysteries of Lake Winnipeg, its species and the people who make a living off the lake.
See what life was like for our prairie ancestors.
Imagine riding on a Red River cart as you follow the path of the fur traders.
Relive Brandons early history at the home of the city's first mayor.
Visit life on the prairies in the Victorian era, with refurbished rooms, memorabilia, and folk art.
Step back in time into the life of pioneers home, farm machinery, train station, and more.
Admire the expansive sculpture garden and the art found inside this stately heritage home.
See how Icelandic, Ukrainian, Polish, and Indigenous cultures shaped this proud community.
Get your hands on one of Canadas only diesel engine simulators at this vintage rail station.
Celebrate the life and works of one of Canada's most-admired authors.
Make a deposit at this former bank, now home to thousands of artifacts.
Read between the lines at the restored family home of the famed Franco-Manitoban author.
Uncover the Legislatures secrets, explore Winnipegs rock & roll history, go north to see the bears.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
Learn about pioneer farming practices at this former agricultural research and education facility.
Climb the steps of this two-storey log home built near the banks of the Red River.
Discover the heritage of the prairies, from First Nations people, to explorers, and pioneers.
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Plow into the past with this collection of antique farm equipment and Homesteaders' Village.
Drive, cycle, walk, or canoe to discover the natural and cultural heritage of the Red River.
See traditional Romanian peasant-style architecture in this house, church, and cemetery.
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