If local history is your thing, a visit to the Woodlands Pioneer Museum this summer may be just what you are looking for.
This mini-pioneer town, located just off of #6 Highway in Woodlands, includes six buildings (two schools), St. Luke’s Anglican Church from the Poplar Heights area. Occasional church services are still held here. Replaced in 2017 is a replica of a pioneer log cabin that was removed due to safety issues.
These buildings form a mini pioneer town of the regional history c1850 to the present, telling of the many hardships of pioneer life. Includes an assortment of agricultural artifacts
With literally thousands of heritage pieces on display from hundreds of local donors this is a stop that truly can’t be missed! You might even find something that once belonged to an ancestor of yours!
To learn more about the Woodlands Pioneer Museum, please visit our website: www.woodlandspioneermuseum.com.
To donate any personal items, or to learn more, please call Lorelee at (204) 383-5919 or Eleanor at (204) 383-5589, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location/Directions: Beside Hwy 6 at Woodlands. Woodlands is on Highway 6, about 30 minutes northwest of Winnipeg, Canada