Carberry Plains Museum reflects the life of Manitobans from early settlement to the present day including Wop May, First World War pilot, Tommy Douglas, former Premier of Saskatchewan, Ernest Thompson Seton, world-famous naturalist and Stanley Knowles, Canada's Statesman and a collection of Criddle paintings. Also visit Carberry's heritage house, The Gingerbread House. Open 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. daily in July and August. By appointment June and September. Admission charged. Tel. 204-834-6609/834-2797; Website: www.townofcarberry.ca Location: 520 4th Avenue.