Carberry Plains Museum
520 4th Avenue
Carberry MB R0K 0H0
Admission: $5.00 per person, $10.00 per Family
June to September long weekend
Off Season Hours:
Spring and fall by appointment Winter closed
About the Museum:
Carberry Plains Museum carries a wide variety of artifacts ranging from pioneer and World War I to personal artifacts belonging to the Criddle family and Stanley Knowles. The Museum celebrates great Canadians such as Wop May Flying Ace, Tommy Douglas, and E.T. Seton. We feature technology display: cameras, telephones, etc.
The Museum also has a local athletes display, 1950 ladies suit and doll display, and bronze wildlife sculptures by Muriel Hope, a local artist. We are currently working on a library and musical instrument display.
We currently have expanded our war memorabilia with an emphasis on Carberry's war training plan site.
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