The Virden Pioneer Home Museum is a large brick home built in 1888 and furnished to depict life in the Victorian era. Parking is located on 9th Avenue and is free. The museum is a designated Heritage Building with stairs to the second floor which may be difficult for visitors with mobility issues. The museum houses 11,000 artifacts and cannot take anymore items at this moment.
The museum is open from May to end of August, Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m and
Sunday 1 p.m to 6 p.m.
The rest of the year, tours may be arranged by appointment.
Virden Pioneer Home Museum is the town of Virden's designated Tour Centre.
Admission - Adults $5.00 ea and Children (5-16) $2.00 ea. 4 and under are free
Location: 390 King Street W.
- Guided package/tour
- Manitoba History
- Municipal Heritage Property
- Provincial Heritage Site
There’s a gentle roll in the landscape that welcomes visitors to the western reaches of Manitoba.