Travel Manitoba eNews - May 2013
The vision of immersing visitors in the past, present and future of prairie lifestyles through innovative and interactive experiences resulted in the Manitoba Agricultural Museum possessing an outstanding artifact collection.
The Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum is Canada's only museum dedicated to those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during the 1939-1945 war. This Training Plan was called, by Winston Churchill, "our greatest contribution to allied victory in WWII."
The Mennonite Heritage Village resides on a forty acre (17 hectare) site spreading out from a village street, in a pattern reminiscent of Mennonite villages found throughout Southern Manitoba in the late 1800s.
Want to fly a plane? Spot a flying saucer? Stand nose to nose with the aircraft that opened Canada’s North? ... and still be back in time for dinner? Let imaginations soar at the Western Canada Aviation Museum!
Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum is housed in Winnipeg’s oldest building, first occupied by the Grey Nuns in 1847. Its displays reveal the lives and culture of Manitoba’s Francophone and Métis population, including a special exhibit relating to Louis Riel.
The New Iceland Heritage Museum has two great locations in Gimli, a resort community nestled on the west shore of Lake Winnipeg. Each location tells the story of unique aspects of Canada’s history.