Keystone Pioneers Museum features pioneer agricultural artifacts, large collection of old machinery, log cabin used by forest rangers in Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Makaroff Church built in 1901, working sawmill and more. The Artifacts Building houses various theme rooms including hospital, general store, school, café, printing press. Opening Day, the last Sunday in May, includes a Pancake Breakfast. Show Day, July 10, 2011, includes threshing, log sawing, flour gristing, bread making, slow tractor race, vintage parade and more. Open May to September, 1 – 5 p.m. Monday to Thursday. Group tours by appointment.
Location: 6 km east of Roblin on Hwy 5
- Association of Manitoba Museums
- Manitoba History
- Picnic Area
- Provincial Heritage Site