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Manitoba Agricultural Museum

34 Highway 1, Austin, Manitoba R0H 0C0, Canada
+1 204-637-2354
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A treasure!

I had this on my list in the "see it if you have the time, but it isn't essential." Well, I had... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2017
Frank D
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Wow, just wow

What an experience. The farm fair is really something. Nowhere else could you see so many old... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2016
Winnipeg, Canada
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34 Highway 1, Austin, Manitoba R0H 0C0, Canada
+1 204-637-2354
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Reviewed 27 June 2017

I had this on my list in the "see it if you have the time, but it isn't essential." Well, I had the time, and came away thinking it would have been a HUGE mistake to have bypassed it. Cost is more than reasonable, and...More

Thank Frank D
Reviewed 2 August 2016

What an experience. The farm fair is really something. Nowhere else could you see so many old machines that actually run, many of them over 100 years old. This year they set a world record for the number of machines running at one time. Being...More

1  Thank Denis2727
Reviewed 10 August 2015 via mobile

We just stopped in thinking it would be a 30 minute tour, we ended up killing 3 hours and could have stayed longer.It is $10/adult. There was a huge playground for kids which was a lot of fun for my 5 year old.

2  Thank Tiff L
Reviewed 20 May 2015

This is a place we tell our friends about. We visit every year for the Stampede and enjoying the festivities. The town and area goes all out and it very obvious that they really care about this museum and the artifacts they protect. The volunteers...More

2  Thank a1wonder
Reviewed 30 June 2014

You can't visit the Manitoba Agricultural Museum without being reminded of the life that our ancestors lived to provide us with the incredible experience we have today. From the horse drawn, to steam power, with all the tools and equipment in between, the museum takes...More

1  Thank Lynda D
Reviewed 18 January 2014

If you want too visit a time where community meant something, then you need too visit the museum during the reunion. Its held every year the 3rd weekend in July. It was a great experience too see how things once were. there is many events...More

1  Thank 831darrenf
Reviewed 26 July 2013

We just came back from an easy day trip. Campgrounds are available. The magnificent Clydesdale horses were shown in full harness during the morning. Also an excellent group of horsewomen who did an intricate series of drills (think musical ride).nobody got kicked and only one...More

2  Thank annikarosenqvist
Reviewed 22 June 2013

If you are interested in history and agriculture from bye gone years this is a must see when travelling through Manitoba. The Thresherman's Reunion is the high light event at this location.

1  Thank virden
Reviewed 19 June 2012

I enjoyed the car show, the horse demonstration, the tractor demonstration. After the old tractor show they should include a big spnking new 4 wheel drive tractor in the same model!

1  Thank ed e
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