The Miniota Municipal Museum
boasts two houses
filled with over 1200 different artifacts from all periods, including a fascinating display of native artifacts found in the area. Also found here is a replica of the Town of Crandall made in 1982 by Myrtle Chuba.
The museum is located on 110 Sarah Ave and is open during the summer months. For 2022 Museum is open every Saturday 2pm - 4pm.
Call 204-567-3890 for more information or to book a tour.
The Foxwarren Museum
operated by the Foxwarren Historical Society, is located in the former St. George's Anglican Church situated by the Foxwarren Memory Garden on 1st st in Foxwarren. Pioneer Women is the theme of the museum. St. George's Church was built on donated farm land in 1906, moved into town in 1921 and to it's present location in 2009.
The museum houses records, artifacts, and articles from the prior years when Foxwarren was a larger busier community. The Historical Society is presently working to upgrade the building by bringing in new memorabilia and improving the way we celebrate the proud history of our community.
Hours: Open June 27 - August 27, 2022, 9am - 12, 12:30 - 4:30pm
Viewed by appointment at other times.Contact Information:
Phone: 204-250-6017 or 204-773-0298 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Isabella Museum consists of five buildings constructed between the years 1909-1918. Visitors can tour two family homes, a retirement home, an old store and a barn that provide a window back in time. These buildings are filled with memorabilia and antiques from the 1900s. If you would like to plan a museum tour contact Bernice Still at 204-568-4573.
Isabella Museum Days will be held this year on July 10 & 24th , 2022. Museums are open these days with demonstrations happening at 2pm, kids games at 3pm and a BBQ to follow.
The Birdtail Country Museum
originally established in 1983 now consists of two building situated side by side on Main Street in Birtle, Manitoba. The main building, a former Union Bank, is arranged as a bank manager’s residence from the 1900’s.
The museum houses approximately 5000 artifacts of every kind which are well displayed throughout both buildings. Included is a huge variety of house hold items as well as military, archaeological and aboriginal artifacts.
The museum is considered to be a major tourist attraction. A small but dedicated group of volunteers strive to keep the museum open and accessible to the general public as much as possible. Usually a summer student is hired to assist with tours.
Check out some photos here
Hours to be determined for 2022, please call 204-842-3363 for an appointment.
738 Main Street, Birtle, MB
Free. Donations appreciated
Birtle, MB R0M 0C0
Phone: (204) 842-3363 (museum); 842-5342; 842-5350