Our signature Nonsuch ship, a 54-foot replica of a 17th-century ketch, retains pride of place as the climactic visitor experience. Housed in a purpose-built gallery, the Nonsuch instantly transports every visitor back through history, to a time when the HBC was exploring trade routes and forging new trading partnerships with Indigenous Peoples.
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Investment of $10 Million Will Rejuvenate Manitoba Museum, Improve Experience for Manitoba Families: Premier Selinger
Manitoba families will benefit from better visitor experience and new displays thanks to a $10 million investment by the province, Premier Greg Selinger announced today. “The Manitoba Museum is a cherished cultural asset that tells the story of our shared history and we support plans to improve and expand their wonderful facility,” Premier Selinger said. “We […]
The Manitoba Museum will expand and modernize Alloway Hall, its main exhibition gallery, with more than $5.3 million in support from the governments of Canada and Manitoba and The Winnipeg Foundation, Canadian Heritage and Official Languages Minister Shelly Glover, Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux and Rick Frost, chief executive officer, The […]