A Visit to the Manitoba Museum {Wordless Wednesday}

We are spending the Labour Day week in Winnipeg, Manitoba and had the opportunity to visit the main galleries of the Manitoba Museum. It’s quite an amazing place!

I think our favorite exhibit was The Nonsuch Gallery where you can step aboard this replica of the small ketch that actually sailed in salt and fresh water for four years before arriving at the museum where the museum was built around it. It was refreshed for the 350th anniversary of the original Nonsuch to Hudson’s Bay in 1668!

The museum also houses a planetarium and science gallery but they are closed this week for refurbishing.

Watch for my review of the Manitoba Museum coming soon!


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4 thoughts on “A Visit to the Manitoba Museum {Wordless Wednesday}”

  1. Kristen says:

    This looks like such an interesting museum! One I would love to visit. The houses/buildings set up are always such a great touch.

  2. Kym says:

    It’s really changed!! Of course, it’s been decades since I was last there! 😉 I attended college in Winnipeg and often visited my aunts who lived there. We used to go to the planetarium quite regularly, and occasionally visited the museum too. Good times!

  3. Yvonne says:

    I love museums!! Of course, I am a history major so they hold a special place in my heart 🙂 Thanks for sharing the wonderful pictures, the museum looks so nice and has some wonderful exhibits.

  4. Wow! That looks like an amazing museum! Very interactive.

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