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This museum provides a unique journey through the province of Manitoba, the world and the universe. Explore diverse ecological environments and blast off on an interactive tour of the current night sky.
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This is a rich and rewarding museum that communicates its messages well.
The exhibits comprise Manitoba through the ages using a straightforward, well thought out time line approach. You glance at the province through its fossils, dinosaurs, original people culture, the arrival of the French...More
I have been going to this museum on and off for field trips since I was a child. I always loved visting this place. I intend to take my son sometime soon! I love the giant pirate ship that you can go on and all...More
Several of the exhibits were closed for construction when we were there but over all it's a pretty cool place to visit. We bought a year membership for our family,but not sure we will use it again. The parking is outrageously priced if you want...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Debra F, Director of Sales at Manitoba Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 23 January 2019
Thank you for visiting the Manitoba Museum. The Manitoba Museum is mid way through a major gallery renewal project, Bringing our Stories Forward which will update 42% of our Galleries and we are grateful for the public’s patience and understanding as the work is underway...More
We absolutely loved this place. We were lucky enough to catch the hockey exhibition too which made it even better.
You cant compare it to the Human Rights Museum which is more modern and high tech. This place tells the local story superbly.
Many interesting displays of provincial history. I've seen one movie in the planetarium, "Life: A Cosmic Story" and it was very interesting. The screen is actually the doomed roof. Great seats that you can sit back and look up to enjoy the view. Very informative...More
We visited with grandchildren 5 & 10 years old to learn about the pioneer life; what brought people to Manitoba; the work that supported their lifestyle and even how many kids the average family had.
After seeing the Museum of Human Rights the day prior,...More
Date of experience: January 2019
Debra F, Director of Sales at Manitoba Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 17 January 2019
Thank you for visiting the Manitoba Museum and for bringing your grandchildren. The Manitoba Museum is mid way through a major gallery renewal project, Bringing our Stories Forward, and one of our main goals is to work with Indigenous communities to update their...More
Beautifully set up. Soo much information to take in and involves all your senses in the experience. The nonsuch is a highlight as is the old world town. A joy to explore for all ages! Our family has loved this museum since our children were...More
I haven't been to the Manitoba Museum since the Golden Boy was on display, which had to be at least 15 years ago! This weekend we decided to go, mainly to see the new, improved Nonshuch display, and it was well worth it! Newer displays...More