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We'll be re-opening on July 21!

Pembina Threshermen's Museum
Between Winkler and Morden on Hwy 3
Winkler MB  R6W 4B2

Region: Central
Primary Phone: (204) 325-7497

Email: Email Now
Website: www.threshermensmuseum.com

Admission: $10.00/Adult // $5/Youth (9 - 15) // $8/Seniors (65+) // 8 & under FREE

Regular Hours:
Mid-May thru September 30: Mon - Fri: 10 am - 5 pm // Sat, Sun & Holidays: 1 pm - 5 pm

Off Season Hours:
By appointment.

About the Museum:

Love antiques and/or Canadian prairie history? Step back in time and explore an amazing collection of early pioneer and Mennonite history at the Pembina Threshermen's Museum (PTM).

Dedicated to preserving the Pembina Valley heritage ... acres of historic and replica buildings full of antiques, working farm machinery from local communities and interactive activities, an Antique Treasure Hunt, History Walk and PTM Scavenger Hunts offer old-fashioned fun and adventure at this outdoor pioneer museum!

Don't miss this Manitoba prairie gem!  Check out all the great photos at Pembina Threshermen’s Museum (@pembinathreshermens) and event details on our website.

~ Keeping our Local Heritage Alive ... Since 1968! ~

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Museum Events:

Fish Frys & Fundraiser Suppers:  usually held once a month from Jan - May from 4:30 - 7 pm but also take place during events from May - Nov (check museum website for current details).

Volunteer Day:  May (see our website for date/details)

Heritage Day:  first Friday in June

A Day in the Life of a Pioneer, Family Picnic Days and Artist Days: several events throughout July - Aug (check our website for dates/details)

Reunion Days:  Friday & Saturday of Labour Day long weekend

See our website Events tab & Instagram or Facebook page for more info, photos, videos and details ... and then come play for the day ~ the PTM way!

"Keeping Our Heritage Alive"

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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 MĂ©tis Nation.