Le Musee Saint-Boniface Museum

About

The Grey Nuns’ con­vent, Winnipeg’s old­est build­ing, houses Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum. Built for the Grey Nuns who arrived in the Red River Colony in 1844, the struc­ture is an out­stand­ing exam­ple of Red River frame con­struc­tion. The Museum presents an impres­sive col­lec­tion of arti­facts that reveal the lives and cul­ture of the Fran­coph­one and Métis com­mu­ni­ties of Man­i­toba, includ­ing a spe­cial exhibit about Louis Riel, the “father” of Manitoba.

Services Offered

  • Recep­tion ser­vices and guided tours for groups
  • Directly oppo­site the Forks, within walk­ing dis­tance of Saint-Boniface Cathedral
  • Bilin­gual staff
  • Gift shop
  • Wheel­chair accessible
  • Location

    494 avenue Taché

    Additional Information

    We also offer day camps in Spring and Summertime.

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