(1886-Present) The old building is still in Melita housing the Melita Museum.
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A collection of trophy-hunted animals from around the world. Located beside the Antler River Historical Museum in Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3438
Housed in a circa 1905 eight classroom schoolhouse, Melita's only museum is well laid out.
117 Main St, Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3362 or 204-522-3366
9 Boundary St, Melita. PHONE: 204-522-2484
The Estevan Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway reached Melita in 1891 and continued to the Saskatchewan border.
148 Main St, Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3966
In Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3183, 204-522-8680 VISIT: http://www.campscout.com/campground/MB0131/
(1881 – 1890) The town of Manchester moved to the railway when it came through the area and was renamed Melita.
(1891-Present) The community of Manchester became Melita when it moved to be beside the railway.
126 Main St, Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3352
Hwy 3, E of Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3261 EMAIL: email@example.com
113 Main St, Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3157 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
41 Front St, Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3336
Located on #83 Hwy through Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3202
East of Hwy 83 in Melita, in a treed location. PHONE:204-522-3413 VISIT: http://www.melitamb.ca/index.php?pageid=426
123 Main St, Melita. PHONE: 204-522-8680
Homemade and delicious subs and wraps! 139 Front Street. PHONE: 204-522-8864
Fully licensed dining in the summer. 140 Townsend Dr., Melita. PHONE: 204-522-3820
Located on the #3 Hwy in Melita. Convenience store attached (with ice cream!) PHONE: 204-522-3961.
(Pre 1790 - 1886) The Yellow Quill Trail began as a trade route used by First Nations but served as a convenient avenue of travel for pioneering Europeans as well.
The Yellow Quill trail is still visible in this location.
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