Assiniboia & District Historical Society
Much of the heritage of Western Canada traces its roots through the Assiniboia Museum. A stroll down the ‘boardwalk’ will bring you in time to our prairie town of 1912.
Meet the pioneers, our forefathers, who braved the elements and had the courage to embark on a journey across the vast prairies to the unknown.
Within these walls, the Museum salutes the visionaries of our past.
The museum also houses 17 vintage cars from 1916 –64, a large pictorial history and photo archive collection of the area, with a Pole Shed in the yard with agricultural machinery among the many more interesting things to see.
Collection Highlights: Farquhar Collection of Vintage cars / Prentice African Safari Exhibit / Heritage Place Boardwalk which highlights the old General Store, Milliners Shop & Drug Store.
For more information, visit their website or Like the museum on Facebook.
506 3rd Avenue West, Assiniboia
January – December
April - May: 9am-5:30pm
June - July: Mon-Fri 9am-7pm and weekends 10am-6pm
Admission: Adults $5 (group of 10 or more $4) / Students $3 (13-18 years) / Children free / Season Pass $10