Musée St. Pierre-Jolys Museum
432 Rue Joubert
Saint-Pierre-Jolys MB R0A 1V0
Admission: $2.00 ea $5.00 per person on private tours
July and August: Wednesday - Sunday Private Tours available year-round
Off Season Hours:
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About the Museum:
Built in 1900, Musée de St-Pierre-Jolys is now a provincial historic site. The Museum focuses on local pioneer life as it was in the early twentieth century. Musée de St-Pierre-Jolys is also home to Goulet House, which is a 100 year old Métis home owned by charterer Moïse Goulet who transported goods by oxen between Saint Paul Minnesota, and Fort Garry Manitoba in the 1800s. The Museum also has a 90 person hall, and artifact displays ranging from religious and educational to early settlement.
Maple Syrup Festival
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