Museums

Boissevain and Area

Beckoning Hills Museum: Look at life through the eyes of a prairie pioneer.

Chokecherry Junction: An award-winning model railway collection.

Irvin Goodon International Wildlife Museum: A collection of full-mount animals set in interactive, natural scenes. Gift Shop.

  • 298 Mountain St., Boissevain.
  • Summer Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-6:00pm. Sat-Sun 10:00am-6:00pm.
  • Admission: Adults-$7.00. 6-16yrs-$3.00. Under six free. Special rates for groups of over 10.
  • Phone: 1-204-534-6662
  • Email: turtlemountain@mymts.net
  • Visit: www.boissevain.ca/goodonmuseum
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Kentner's Great Northern Railway Museum: Local railway enthusiast Bill Kentner keeps a railway car in his back yard with a model of the Great Northern Railway, historical photos and information. He welcomes phone-ahead tours by donation.

Moncur Gallery: The gallery specialises in the history of Aboriginal peoples of the area reaching back 11,000 years.

  • 420 South Railway St, Boissevain.
  • Summer Hours: Tues-Sat 9:00am-5:00pm. Or by Appointment through the Boissevain and Morton Library, phone number below
  • Admission: Adults-$5.00. Youth-$2.00. Under 12 free.
  • Phone: 1-204-534-6478
  • Visit: moncurgallery.org/
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Waskada

Waskada Museum: A collection of pioneer-era displays that fill six heritage buildings.

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Melita

Antler River Historical Museum: Housed in an eight classroom schoolhouse, the displays discuss the rich history of the area.

A.F. Jensen Trophy Room: A collection of trophy-hunted animals from around the world.

  • Located next door to the Antler River Historical Museum in Melita
  • Phone: 1-204-522-3438

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Hartney

Hart-Cam Museum: Housed in the old A.E. Hill General store, the building has been a movie set for two Hollywood films. Museum displays reflect local history, vintage fashions and objects from pioneer lifestyles.

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