Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village
The history of this region dates back to 1900 when Icelandic and Polish/Ukrainian settlers moved here to break the land. The Heritage Village celebrates this blended heritage, highlighting the challenges and triumphs of the lives of the early pioneers.
Showcasing a broad selection of heritage buildings from around the Interlake go enjoy discovering what new building has joined the collection! A store is among one of the new buildings… seek out what you might have had to shop for in 1900!
Added to their village is a 200+ painting collection of Interlake churches by artist Millard Barteaux’s.
Enjoy their lovely setting, nestled along the Icelandic River on the east side of Arborg. Rent their circa 1937 Parish Hall, full catering available.
Camping next door in a full-service 22-site campground.
Location/Directions: Hwy 68 - east of Hwy 7, just east of Arborg turnoff
GPS Coordinates: GPS-N50 54.167 W097 12.501