Self-Guided Tour of Cartwright-Roblin

A welcoming community located at the intersection of Highway 3 and 5, Cartwright dates back to the late 1800s. The Clay Banks were used in the early days as a buffalo drop.
Cartwright was moved to its current location in 1885 to bring the town to rest along new Canadian Pacific Railway line that was being built across the prairies.

Come and experience the history of early pioneer life.

Follow our self-guided tour of the area's historical points of interest
  • Free admission
  • Manitoba History
  • Wildlife/Nature Viewing