Manitoba Dairy Museum

Learn how the dairy industry has evolved over the years and see how cream and butter were made at the turn of the century.

Learn all about dairy production at the Manitoba Dairy Museum. It features over 2,000 artifacts and is housed in a number of buildings, one of these being the town’s old Canadian Pacific train station. The museum contains many displays of historical interest that describe pioneer life. Among its exhibits are several rooms that have been furnished with traditional pioneer furniture and fixtures, a kitchen with hundreds of manual gadgets, a military display and Native artifacts.The site also features a chapel containing religious artifacts from St. Claude’s two previous churches and a historic one-room school.

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Musee laitier du Manitoba 1


64, avenue Jobin
Saint-Claude, Manitoba,
From May 15th until mid September Tue to Fri. from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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