5006 Roblin Boulevard
May 28th, 2022Saturday: 12:00pm - 3:20pm
The Charleswood Museum is located on the site of Charleswood’s former council chambers. The Museum displays artifacts including the 1860’s Assiniboine River ferry pulley, Charlie the “real” bison, 3,500-year-old projectile points, the first post office wicket in Charleswood, vintage wedding dresses, local sports memorabilia, regional art and photograph, agriculture equipment, vintage school supplies and hundreds of old-time treasures from days gone by. We celebrate Indigenous and Metis peoples, buffalo hunters, early settlers, military veterans and the heritage of Charleswood.
Parking is available at the front of the building beside the fire station.
To help keep our community safe, wearing a face mask is recommended.
Guided tours will run every 30 minutes starting at 12:00pm, with the last tour departing at 3:00pm. Tours will be approximately 20 minutes in length with a maximum 6 guests.
Registration is NOT required to visit this site. Tours will operate on a first come, first served basis.