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Hours of Operation

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All Attractions
+ Ultimate Dinosaurs
Open daily
11 am – 5 pm

 

See Planetarium show
schedule, here.

 

We look forward to seeing you!


FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED
at the Manitoba Museum.

This policy will be in place
until June 30.


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

 

Media Releases

Latest Posts

(Winnipeg, MB: May 31, 2022)  Having recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and on the heels of the Bringing Our Stories Forward Gallery Renewal Project, the Manitoba Museum invites Manitobans to help define its purpose in the years ahead. The Manitoba Museum wants to better understand how it can serve all communities as it develops a dynamic multi-year Strategic Plan. “The Manitoba Museum is our museum, all of ours; it exists ...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT: Jody Tresoor, Manager of Marketing & Communications, 204-228-2374, [email protected]   (Winnipeg, MB: May 16, 2022)  Prehistory takes on 21st-century technology beginning this Saturday, May 21, when Ultimate Dinosaurs, a blockbuster exhibition featuring fully-articulated dinosaur skeletons from unusual locations in the Southern Hemisphere, opens at the Manitoba Museum.   Members of the media are invited to preview ULTIMATE DINOSAURS  Wednesday, May 18 • 10 am – 2 pm.   Please ...
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Nick Yudell (Self-Portrait) at St. John’s Tech High School, Winnipeg, 1931 © Estate of Nick Yudell / © Celia Rabinovitch (Winnipeg, MB: March 1, 2022) Now open in the Discovery Room at the Manitoba Museum, The Lost Expressionist – Nick Yudell, A Photographer Discovered, is an exhibition of striking photographs that reveals a vibrant world in Manitoba of the 1930s. This stunning collection of images and artifacts, art directed and curated by ...
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    (Winnipeg, MB: February 3, 2022) The Manitoba Museum will honour three prominent Manitobans at its annual Tribute Gala on Thursday, April 7, 2022.   Former MLA Flor Marcelino, community organizer and speaker Michael Redhead Champagne, and University of Manitoba Chancellor Anne Mahon will share the honours at the gala event with proceeds supporting the Manitoba Museum’s Access for All community initiative.   Celebrating Communities, the theme for this year’s gala, will spotlight the value ...
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In the interest of public heath, the Manitoba Museum will remain closed to visitors until Thursday, February 3. Because we are a place of gathering, something that is not safe to do at this time, keeping the Museum Galleries, Planetarium, and Science Gallery closed is the right thing to do. Our first priority has always been the health and safety of our entire community; staff, volunteers, members, and visitors. ...
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CONTENT WARNING: This message contains painful details about Canada’s Indian Residential Schools System.   Dear Manitoba Museum community,  The wall pictured above says so much. It speaks of hope, regret, learning, remorse, sadness, anger, community, the future, and love. Once the halls fell quiet, I went down to see it, the Manitoba Cares wall. Here, Manitobans shared whatever was in their hearts after their journey through the Manitoba Museum’s National Day for Truth ...
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(Winnipeg, MB: September 29, 2021) To honour the new National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day, the Manitoba Museum will provide complimentary admission to the Museum Galleries from Thursday, September 30 to Sunday October 3. Orange Shirt Days @ the Manitoba Museum will offer visitors special, all-day programming focused on the history and the impacts of Indian Residential Schools, as well as the Truth ...
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August brings the Perseids meteor shower, an annual event that gets many people looking skyward. In recent years, social media has been hyping (and sometimes overhyping) celestial events, since they tend to generate a lot of interest (and thus “clicks”, “likes”, and “shares”), so it can be hard to know what you can actually expect to see. Here is the Manitoba Museum Planetarium’s guide to the 2021 Perseids meteor ...
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Maureen Matthews Curator of Cultural Anthropology For the commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of Treaty Number One, three Treaty medals from the Manitoba Museum will be on display at Lower Fort Garry.  Although these medals were used by Canada to acknowledge promises made by the Crown to First Nations people in Treaty negotiations, they also reveal a history of First Nations protocols, diplomacy, and political advocacy at a difficult ...
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Cowessess First Nation

News

Our hearts are heavy to hear the news from Saskatchewan locating more Indigenous children’s burials associated with a Residential School. We send our deepest condolences to Cowessess First Nation, the survivors who attended this school, and the families whose children never returned home. We grieve with you. These recent findings are not isolated cases; similar erasures have occurred across Canada, including right here in Manitoba. The Manitoba Museum is committed ...
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(Winnipeg, MB: June 25, 2021) At its Annual General Meeting, the Manitoba Museum reported an unprecedented year of rapid transformation and dynamic adaptation.   The creativity and dedication of the Museum team, along with support and encouragement from the community, allowed the Manitoba Museum to re-think how it operated. New technologies were implemented, programs were re-imagined, and new ways of thinking, working, and communicating were adopted.   The Museum ...
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