The Winnipeg area has so many museums to choose from, showcasing its history and culture. If you are looking for Winnipeg Museums use our Winnipeg Museums directory below to help you find all the Winnipeg Museums in the area for you to visit.
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Come celebrate fashion, culture, and history at the Costume Museum of Canada. Step into the life of a Manitoba socialite or RCMP officer or an Eskimo from Yukon.
The objective of Dalnavert Museum, a designated National Historic Site of Canada, is to foster an appreciation and an understanding of the late Victorian era in Winnipeg, through the preservation, exhibition and interpretation of the building and the museum’s collection.
Take a trip back through time to witness what the prairie was like before settlement and urbanization. This museum teaches Manitoba history and ecology through guided hikes and exhibits in its interpretive centre.
The Manitoba Children’s Museum exists to spark kids’ creative learning. For over two decades, we have been the place for families to play, laugh, learn and grow.
Explore the history of electricity in Manitoba from the 1800s to the future. Interactive and interesting exhibits include a replica turn-of-the-last-century tram car and a towering robot made of 50 appliances. Free admission and personal tours.
The goal of the Naval Museum of Manitoba is to promote the history of Canada's Navy, especially as it pertains to those Manitobans who have served with the Navy.
As the centerpiece of Assiniboine Park, the Pavilion houses a gallery museum featuring the largest collections of works by three renowned Manitoba artists: Ivan Eyre, Clarence Tillenius, and Walter J. Phillips.
Le Musee de Saint-Boniface Museum collects, preserves, researches, and interprets a collection of artifacts relating to Western Canada’s French-Canadian and Metis heritage, while acknowledging the historical contributions of the First Nations and the religious communities.
Museum offers an extensive collection of vintage fire apparatus, artifacts, pictures and information about the history of fire fighting in the city of Winnipeg and it's suburbs.
Dedicated to preserving the heritage, teaching the student, inspiring the artist, and promoting a way of life that values the hand-made, the Manitoba Crafts Museum and Library has its origins in the early years of the Crafts Guild of Manitoba.
The name, The Manitoba Museum, is a legacy of the evolution of the organization from its opening to the development of ‘The Futures Project” – Strategic Plan 2000-2005.
The Transcona Historical Museum has as its vision to maintain and promote the history, stories and community spirit of Transcona. Exhibits explore the origins of Transcona and the accomplishments of its citizens.
The Western Canada Aviation Museum offers a unique mix of history and science. Enter through 'Gate 1' - the original Trans Canada Airlines (now Air Canada) passenger terminal - step back in time and let the pioneer aviators of the north take you on an inspirational journey through time!
Climb the stairs of the historicVia Rail Union Station to tracks 1 & 2 where you will discover the only museum in Winnipeg dedicated to the preservation of Manitoba's rail heritage. See where it all began.