Preserving the

Roots of the Past

Arborg Heritage Village

The Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village is a museum that showcases buildings and stories that are a proud part of our past. We offer guided tours of homes, a church, a school, and other relics of days gone by. Our museum pays tribute to the wide variety of cultures that have called this region home over the years, with buildings and artifacts that represent Icelandic, Ukrainian, Polish and Indigenous cultures, among others. We step into the past in a fun and educational way, offering different events for children to learn and seniors to relive wonderful memories. Located along the Icelandic River, our 12.9 acre plot is a peaceful place to visit and spend a nice summer day. The Heritage Village also features a campground, complete with electricity, fire pits, picnic tables and washrooms available for use at all hours of the day.

Latest News

  • Employment Opportunity

     

    Employment Opportunity @ Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village

    Job runs from May 6/19 - September 1/19

    Deadline to apply is Friday, April 26, 2019

     

    Arborg Heritage Village with the assistance of the Young Canada Works Program  is seeking two highly motivated, dynamic, creative, engaging individuals to join our team as Education

    Program Interpreter and  Education Program Interpreter!  Applicants must have completed one year University or College and be returning to school again in the fall.

      

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Hours of Operation

Admission: Adults (12 & over): $10
Children 4-11: $5
Children 3 & Under: FREE
 Season: Our 2019 Season:
Saturday, May 18, 2019 to Sunday, September 1.