The Mennonite Heritage Village brings to life the Mennonite way of life from the 16th century to the present day.
Our forty acre (17 hectare) site spreads out from a village street, in a pattern reminiscent of Mennonite villages found throughout Southern Manitoba at the turn of the previous century. The north side of the street illustrates the early settlement buildings while the south side shows the gradual shift to various business enterprises.
The Village Centre, open year-round, features galleries that tell the story of Mennonite faith and culture through the centuries.
Books, art, collectibles and souvenirs are available at the Gift and Book Shop located in the Village Centre. Local hand crafted items are a popular attraction in the General Store.
Mennonite Heritage Village exists to preserve and share the Mennonite heritage and illustrate a traditional pioneer way of life that has all but disappeared. It is a family friendly museum.
We hope you enjoy your visit with us. Let us exceed your expectations.
The Mennonite Heritage Village is open to the public during the following hours:
May, June and September:
July and August:
October thru April:
Please note that the museum may be closed due to severe weather conditions. To avoid disappointment please call ahead.