Ross House Museum
140 Meade Street N.
Winnipeg MB R2V 4Z9
Admission: by donation
June 1- August 31, Wednesday to Sunday: 10-4
Off Season Hours:
About the Museum:
Ross House is a log cabin of post and sill construction and was the first post office in Western Canada. It was built in 1854 and features artifacts that illustrate the lives and experiences of Manitoba's Red River Settlement and the Métis community. The park around the museum contains monuments and markers relevant to the early history of Manitoba and pioneers from Point Douglas.
Tour parties are advised to confirm by telephone, 204-942-5396.
Doors Open Winnipeg
Canada Day, July 1, celebration featuring food and live entertainment - free event, all welcome
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