Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village

The Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village is a working museum and interpretive centre showcasing the multicultural history of rural life and farm communities of the Interlake region prior to 1930. Nestled on 12.9 ac between the Icelandic River and Highway 68, the village features 16 historic buildings completely restored, plus an aboriginal encampment area, Ukrainian outdoor bake oven, 1921 CPR caboose. Tours from mid-May to September long-weekend. The Heritage Hall can be rented for private or community events in keeping with government regulations. The village offers 22 electrical campsites, includes washrooms and shower building, with water available and sanitary dump station.

We are open May 18 to September 2, 2024 and will be taking extra care following health and safety government guidelines to keep you and our staff safe!

OPEN (May 18, 2024 to Sept. 2,2024)
Mon. to Sat. 10AM to 4PM
Sun. 12PM to 4PM
Admission is charged/Campsite and Hall booking contact us.
  • Beach/Beach Nearby
  • Birding
  • Dumping Station/Sewage Disposal
  • Electric Sites
  • Entry fees apply
  • Group camping
  • Guided package/tour
  • Interpretive program
  • Manitoba Historical Society
  • Manitoba History
  • Municipal Heritage Property
  • Provincial Heritage Site
  • Pull-through RV sites
  • Self-guided tour
  • Wildlife/Nature Viewing
  • Northern Lights Viewing (seasonal)