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Manitoba Agricultural Museum
3.2 km south of Junction Hwy 1 and Hwy 34 on Hwy 34
Austin MB  R0H 0C0

Region: Central
Primary Phone: 204-637-2354

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Admission: Adults: $10.00, Seniors: $8.00, Children (5 - 12): $5.00

Regular Hours:
Open May 12 to September 30, 9am-4:30pm daily.

Off Season Hours:
October 1st- May11th: 9am-4:30pm Monday to Friday

About the Museum:

The Manitoba Agricultural Museum holds the largest collection of vintage farm machinery in Canada with more than 500 implements, most dating back to the Pioneer era of Manitoba. The Homesteaders' Village represents village life in the early 20th century with an 1883 schoolhouse, a post office that once served all of northwestern Manitoba, the typical log houses of the era, an elegant clapboard mansion, a general store, a railway station, and more! This collection comes to life in many events throughout the year.

The Manitoba Agricultural Museum’s signature festival, the Manitoba Threshermen's Reunion and Stampede, runs in late July featuring vintage farm machinery in action, daily machinery parade, children’s activities, pioneer fashion show, music and more. Campground facilities include, playground, dump station, showers and washrooms. 15 amp and 30 amp service. Daily rates $20 to $30.


Museum Events:

2020 Events:

February 17:    Louis Riel Day
May 10:            Mother’s Day Quilt Show
May 12:            Manitoba Day
May - June:      Hands-on School Tours
June 2:             Senior’s Day
July 23-26:       66th Manitoba Threshermen's Reunion & Stampede featuring 150 Years of Manitoba Innovations
August 22:        Heritage Harvest Festival
September 13: Harvest Fun Day - an Open Farm Day event
September 26: Culture Days
Dec. 11-13:       Winter Wonderland
Dec. 18-20:  Winter Wonderland

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The Association of Manitoba Museums acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 territory and the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.