AAA Editor Notes
Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site, 5 km (3 mi.) s. on Hwy. 9, is purportedly the oldest intact stone fur-trading post in North America. Farm produce constituted the majority of trade that went on between the locals and the Hudson's Bay Co. The 19th-century buildings have been restored and are furnished as they might have been in their early days. Costumed staff members perform tasks and reenact events that re-create the early 1850s atmosphere of the fort in its heyday. In the 1870s the site served other purposes, including as a training base for the North-West Mounted Police.

The grounds contain an impressive collection of early stone buildings; an exhibit showcases the historic architectural styles. The Visitor Reception Centre offers exhibits about the fort's history. Special events are held occasionally throughout the season.

Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Picnicking is permitted. Food is available.

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WiFi
Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Accessible
Business Center
Admission
$7.80; $6.55 (ages 65+).
Hours
Daily 9:30-5, early May-Labour Day (limited services on weekends early May-June 30). Allow 2 hours minimum.
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