The Manitoba Agricultural Museum is dedicated to collecting vintage farm machinery and buildings from 1900 and beyond. Located on 320 acres near Austin, Manitoba, we have amassed over 500 pieces of machinery, making it Canada’s largest collection of vintage agricultural equipment. The Homesteaders’ Village consists of more than 20 heritage buildings complete with artifacts. The facilities also include a campground, picnic sites, and gift shop.

The Museum offers tours, schools, and hands-on experiences throughout the year climaxing with the Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion and Stampede.

Please be sure to check out our Events page to see what is coming up at the Museum.

Museum newsletters can be found here. Sign up for our periodic Enews here.

Louis Riel Day

February 19 Louis Riel Day – Outdoor activities held between 2:00 – 7:00 pm. Food and beverages will be available: bannock, hot dogs, marshmallows, hot chocolate, coffee and tea, pop and water. Entrance fee is $8.00 per vehicle.

Winter Hours

October 1 to May 11

The Museum is open Monday to Thursday, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm; from October 1 to May 11. During this period, visitors can view our collection of equipment and wander through the Homesteaders’ Village where the buildings are furnished in “yester-year.”

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