Mennonite Heritage Museum
Phone: (306) 212-7741
The Mennonite Heritage Museum chronicles the history of the early Mennonite settlers of the Rosthern area. The museum also strives to tell the story of the development of the town of Rosthern and area.
Museum exhibits include the bust of Bishop David Toews, Mennonite leader and founder of the academy as well as steamer trunks, samovars, harness bells and more brought by settlers from Russia and Prussia in the late 19th century. Gain an appreciation for the early churches and dedicated people who settled the area and made Rosthern the vibrant community of today.
Highway #312 - turn South on 6th Avenue in Rosthern
May – September
May long weekend - Labour Day; Saturdays 10am-4:30pm, Sundays 2pm-4:30pm.
Admission: Adults $4 / Students $2 / Children (under 12) and RJC students Free / Group rate (6 or more) $20.