Preserving the

Roots of the Past

 

Arborg Aquatic Centre Is a family-friendly water park, complete with slides, a four lane pool, and a shallow play area for the kids, and a picnic seating area. It is available to rent for parties, and also offers swimming lessons.

The World's Largest Curling Rock stands just in front of the Arborg Curling Club. The rock was builtin 2005 as a tribute to two local high school teams who won the Provincial High School Curling Championship titles in 1948/49, 1949/50 and 1988.

New Iceland Heritage Museum in Gimli is the place to go to learn about New Iceland's storied past. Hear the story's of the brave men and women who crossed the ocean and settled this untamed and foreign land in 1875. View a variety of Icelandic artifacts they took with them to the New World. The New Iceland Heritage Museum is a Manitoba Signature Museum.

Narcisse Snake Pits are the winter home to tens of thousands of red-sided garter snakes. The largest hibernation grounds in the world for this type of snake. Check out this pits in the spring to witness these snakes emerging from their long winter's sleep.

Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park is one of Manitoba's most beautiful provincial parks. It is an excellent location for camping, golfing, hiking, swimming and more! Hecla Island is also home to Lakeview Resort. Be sure to check out the self-guided tour of the restored historic Hecla Village.
Hnausa Beach Provincial Park is a small campground situated on the sandy shore of Lake Winnipeg. It offers basic and electricity-serviced campsites. 
Eriksdale Creamery was built in 1912, and played a large role in the economy of the small farming town of Eriksdale until it closed down in 1990. Now a museum, come visit and learn about the region's proud agricultural past. Be sure to check out Creamery Days the third week of August.

For more information about these destinations and more, check out the Interlake Tourism Association website at www.interlaketourism.com/

Or the Arborg-Bifrost Municipality at rmbifrost.com/

Latest News

  • Star Attraction

    On September 30, 2015, the Honourable Ron Lemieux, Minister of Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection announced that the Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village was receiving Manitoba Star Attraction Designation.  We are very proud to be receiving this designation!

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Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Admission: Adults (12 & over) -$5.00
Children 4-11 - $3.00
3 & Under - FREE
 Season:

This year will be open from May 19th to September 7th

The Museum will be closed on May 22nd and August 7th

The Museum will be closing at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 17th for a private event