Winnipegosis Railroad Station built in 1896
Galician immigrants waiting for the train to Winnipegosis
Winnipegosis Railroad Station built in 1896
main slider
Journey Through Our History

We collect, preserve, study and interpret the human and natural history in and around the area of Winnipegosis, Manitoba







photo: Galician immigrants waiting for the train to Winnipegosis.

Donation

Thank you to all who supported our Bake and Yard Sale through your donations of items or baking. A special thank you to all our volunteers. Your help made this day possible!

previous arrow
next arrow
NEWS & UPDATES

• We have received grants from Sports, Culture and Heritage: Manitoba Museums Support Project and the Shevchenko Foundation for the enormous data base project that one of our students is working on. Thank you!

• Our teepee is in a new location! It is now tucked into a more protected corner of the grounds.

• We have new displays in the Winnipegosis Museum this summer. One of the most important ones, that we invite you to come see, is the World War One uniform and its story.

and other Geographical Points
of Interest in Winnipegosis
and surrounding area
Home and Office
of the late Dr. Medd
324 Second Street, Winnipegosis, MB
The old CN Station
Winnipegosis Museum
310 River Avenue, Winnipegosis, MB