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Hours of Operation

To do our part in halting the spread of COVID-19, the Manitoba Museum is temporarily closed to the public.

Starting March 4, the Manitoba Museum Galleries will be open Thursday to Sunday, from 11 am to 5 pm.


MASKS ARE REQUIRED
at the Manitoba Museum


Click for Holiday Hours
*Hours of operation vary for holidays.

Earth History Gallery

Pliosaur

The traces of Manitoba’s geological history remain in the fossils of the Ordovician Sea, which covered the province a half-billion years ago. The fossils found today in Manitoba’s limestone are the remains of tropical life forms such as cephalopods, trilobites and corals. Geological change is recognized by fossil signposts such as the plesiosaur and mosasaur, large marine reptiles that called Manitoba home nearly 80 million years ago.

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