After an intense, nail-biter of a weekend, leaders have emerged as victorious in each of our Must-see-um categories. Let's take a look at the results:
As home to former Manitoba premier Sir Hugh John Macdonald, the Dalnavert Museum proved its weight in votes and dominated the House of History bracket. Now, let's see how it fares against Brandon's own Military Museums victor, the Commonwealth Air Training Museum.
Meanwhile, the Snow Lake Mining Museum fought ferociously to claim its spot as top dog in the Industry & Manufacturing category, ready to take on winner of the Planes, Trains and Automobiles bracket, The Gimli Glider Exhibit (which, as it happens, is used to succeeding against all odds).
Sam Waller Museum proved that it may just be the strangest and quirkiest museum in the province, and will absolutely sic its two-headed calf onto its new competitor from the Pioneer Museums category, comeback kid Minnedosa Museum & Heritage Village.
Nature and culture collide in our last elite eight competition as the mighty Mennonite Heritage Village attempts to spin (via windmill, of course) the prehistoric Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre into extinction, once and for all.
Could this be the most dramatic round of Must-see-um madness yet? The elite eight round of voting will close on March 21 at 8:00 am CST!