AAA Editor Notes
Carberry Plains Museum and Gingerbread House, 520 James White Way, contains pioneer artifacts relating to the area, including period clothing, pictures and furniture as well as displays of original 19th-century art, a schoolroom, doll case, sports display, a church, a store and a kitchen. The museum also honors notable Carberry residents including writer and naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton, World War I flying ace Wop May, member of Parliament Stanley Knowles and Tommy Douglas, politician and grandfather of actor Kiefer Sutherland. Military memorabilia from World Wars I and II also are displayed as well as memorabilia from the Criddle-Vane family, noted naturalists. The gingerbread house, built in 1901, is decorated in 1930s-style.
Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.