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Keystone Pioneer Museum

The Keystone Pioneer Museum features many historical agriculture implements and tools, in addition to numerous buildings with themed rooms.

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Keystone Pioneers Museum features pioneer agricultural artifacts, a large collection of old machinery, a log cabin used by forest rangers in Duck Mountain, Makaroff Church built in 1901, a working sawmill and more.
The Artifacts Building houses various theme rooms including; hospital, general store, school, cafe, printing press.
Opening Day activities, including a Pancake Breakfast, take place the last Sunday in May each year.
Show Day activities including; threshing, log sawing, flour gristing, bread making, slow tractor race, vintage parade & more, take place July 11, 2010.
We are a seasonal museum, open from May to September and are located on Hwy #5, 6 km east of Roblin.
Call us at 204-937-2979

How to Contact
Keystone Pioneer Museum
Located 7 km (4.5 miles) east of Roblin on PTH5.
Roblin, R0L 1P0
Ph: (204) 937-2979
Web: website
Email: send email

Opening Hours
May 17 to August 26, 2010
Open Monday to Thursday from 1 to 5 p.m.
Group tours available by appointment