The Beckoning Hills Museum gives an unique look at local life.
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Enjoy a guided tour through the original home of Brandon’s first Mayor, Thomas Mayne Daly.
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"Life Along the Red River" illustrates the rich history of the Red River Valley.
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Learn about the settlement of the area through pioneer artifacts and tools.
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Souris Agriculture Museum is helping to preserve the remnants of this by-gone era.
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The period covered by the Museum's displays starts circa 1850 and continues to present day.
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The B.J. Hales Museum is a small natural history museum located at Brandon University in Manitoba, Canada.
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Run by the Diocese of Churchill - Hudson Bay, the Eskimo Museum is home to one of the oldest and most comprehensive collection of Inuit artifacts and sculpture in Canada.
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Dogtown is an old-fashioned village which was designed and built by Linda Marie Rempel who is a collector extraordinaire.
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Housed in an old CPR caboose, adjacent to the Agricultural Museum, the Railroad Museum is a recommended 'must see' for visitors to the area.
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Many artifacts depicting the lifestyle of the early pioneers of the surrounding area are located in these buildings.
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The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre has the largest collection of Cretaceous-period marine reptile fossils in Canada. The prize exhibit is 'Bruce' a 43 foot long mosasaur. 'Bruce' is the largest mosasaur in Canada!
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The purpose of the Museum is to preserve for posterity, artifacts and records of historical interest which illustrate the way of life of our predecessors, many of whom came from other lands.
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The museum depicts the lives of the French and Métis people.
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Take your imagination to the sky!
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The Keystone Pioneer Museum features many historical agriculture implements and tools, in addition to numerous buildings with themed rooms.
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A museum with artifacts and video depicts the martyr’s life story.
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The Museum contains artifacts from different eras in the history of the Souris and Glenwood district.
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View the many displays and interpretations of early history in this part of southern Manitoba.
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The Fort, built in 1738 by the French Explorer Pierre Gaultier de la Verendrye, depicts the life of Prairie Pioneers in Manitoba.
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Every single Canadian circulation coin is produced here – literally billions each year.
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The museum is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the Canadian Prairies generally and more specifically the history of the City and Municipality of Portage la Prairie.
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Celebrating over 20 years as a safe place for families to play together, the Manitoba Children’s Museum is home to six hands-on galleries.
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Among the oldest fire stations in Canada, this beautifully maintained firehall -built in 1903 - features stained glass windows and ornate tin ceilings.
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This is Canada’s only Air Museum dedicated solely to those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during the 1939-1945 War.
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