Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum

494 Taché Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R2H 2B2- Map It
Phone: (204) 237-4500
2 for 1 savings on general admission.

AAA Editor Notes

Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum, s.e. on Main St. (Hwy. 1), then n. to 494 Taché Ave., was built 1846-51 as the first convent and hospital in western Canada. Displays depict the Red River Settlement and early French and Métis Manitoba; an exhibit is dedicated to Louis Riel, leader of the Red River Resistance. Visitors also can view the nearby ruins of the cathedral as well as the cemetery where Riel is buried. Guided tours are available.
$6.43; $5.24 (ages 60+ and students with ID); $4.29 (ages 6-17 and physically impaired); free (ages 0-5); $14.24 (family, two adults and all children). Reservations are required for tours.
AAA Benefit:
Discover the history among the 1845 and 1851 structures filled with a collection of artifacts relating to Western Canada's French-Canadian and Métis heritage. CAA members receive 2 for 1 pricing on general admission.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-4 (11-4 on Canada Day), Sat. noon-4. Additional hours may vary; phone ahead. Closed major holidays. Allow 30 minutes minimum.