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Arborg and District Multicultural Heritage Village

Open today: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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great for a smaller town, nice profile of history in area

The site provides a tour guide which lets you into each building and gives information as you go... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lisa E
Interesting stories and well preserved buildings

We stopped here because of the campground that is located next to the heritage village. We went for... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2017
Victoria, Canada
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The Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village is a working museum and interpretive centre showcasing the multicultural history of rural life and farm communities of the Interlake region prior to 1930. Nestled on 12.9 acres between the south...more
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River lot 2 and 3 | Just on highway 68 along the Icelandic River, Arborg, Manitoba R0C 0A0, Canada
+1 204-442-0038
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The site provides a tour guide which lets you into each building and gives information as you go. (they are otherwise locked). This provided us a nice personal pace to see everything. Obvious great effort and desire to preserve their history.

Thank Lisa E
Reviewed 23 June 2018

I took the time to drive out to see the museum but the doors were all locked. Why are they locked during regular hours? Why does the girl working there not volunteer to open the doors? It looks like time and care have been taking...More

Thank lonely_traveler_9
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Homes, barn, dance hall, heritage buildings with original wood built by hands from days of old. A test of time showing how important those who came before us were. The original homesteaders who cleared the land, made a home for their families, grew the crops...More

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Reviewed 19 July 2017

We stopped here because of the campground that is located next to the heritage village. We went for a stroll through the village - it was very quiet, but a lovely and interesting. It is also a good stop for people who are interested in...More

1  Thank dundr2015
Reviewed 30 May 2017

One can tell a lot of pride has been taken in setting up and maintaining this unique heritage village. The buildings have all be restored to pristine original condition, and the grounds are lovely and situated along the bends of the Icelandic River. Guided tours...More

Thank Teresa C
Reviewed 25 June 2016

We spent a few days in the RV park at this heritage site. The homes were in excellent shape and enjoyed walking around the site. For those who like to geocache I found one of 2 at this site.

1  Thank Lise P
Reviewed 20 May 2015

Heritage village consists of homes and buildings brought in from all over the Interlake and lovingly refurbished by volunteers and some paid tradespeople. Every year there is more to see as buildings are finished and displays completed but essentially it is a good introduction to...More

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