600 St. Mary's Road, 1st Floor
September 12th, 2020 & September 13th, 2020Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00pmSunday: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
The St. Vital Museum is located in the oldest building in St. Vital, the original fire hall built in 1914. The building once housed the municipal offices, fire brigade and the police. Have your photo taken in the remaining cell last used by St. Vital Police in 1974. Check out: the largest collection of Guess Who gold and platinum records in Winnipeg; a replica Red River cart; a 1939 fire truck; and the large display honouring the Métis settlers who shaped the history of St. Vital, the second oldest settlement in Winnipeg!
Please note the washrooms are NOT wheelchair accessible.
To help keep everyone safe, wearing a face mask is appreciated and social distancing is mandatory.
Guided tours will run every 60 minutes starting at 10:00am on Saturday and 1:00pm on Sunday, with the last tour departing at 3:00pm on both days. Tours will be 15 minutes in length with a maximum of 8 guests.
Preregistration is required for all guests! Click here to preregister! Preregistration will open Friday, September 4th at noon. A link to preregister will be made available here just prior to preregistration opening.
No guests will be permitted outside of guided tours. The maximum capacity of the building is 8 guests.