Showcasing an eclectic mixture of artifacts focusing on agriculture, railroad and domestic items. Located at the site, a 100 year old house, decorated with furnishings of years past; a CPR caboose built in 1929; two artifacts buildings; an old Trapper’s house, an office/artifacts building, 2 pole sheds for machinery, a steel shed machinery building; Anglican Church from 1906; and a clay oven used for baking buns during Heritage Days in September.
Also on the site is a cairn dedicated to the memory of Dr. Charlotte Ross, the first woman doctor to practice in Manitoba. She lived and practised in Whitemouth from 1881 to 1912. Bus tours are welcome.
Phone: (204) 348-2216