The Manitoba Agricultural Museum offers a wide variety
of pioneer history which is available to the public during our summer season.
The Manitoba Agricultural Museum has over 30 buildings
that range from old log cabins to grist mills and mansions. Most of the buildings
can be toured inside and all are in beautiful condition. Get a web's eye
view of the buildings at the museum along with some information about them
in this area.
In 1973, a cairned
was erected by the Manitoba Agricultural Museum Ladies Auxiliary in memory
of those who traveled the Fort Ellice Edmonton Trail. These explorers,
fur traders, and in later years homesteaders encountered many hardships
and misfortunes in their search for opportunity in the new land.
They left a history of pioneering which is highly revered by the people
of the Prairies. The original Fort Ellice Edmonton Trail route borders
Amateur Radio Museumis located on the grounds of the Manitoba
Agricultural Museum. It happens to be Canada's only amateur radio
museum! It is dedicated to collecting, preserving, researching, and exhibiting
articles of amateur radio and communication interests.