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Manitoba Agricultural Museum

Provincial Trunk Hwy 34, R0H 0C0

Austin, MB

Directions: Just a couple of kilometers south of Austin, Manitoba off the #1 highway. The museum is located on the east side Highway #34.


Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Offered in English.

Offers closed captioning or subtitles.


Join us for Manitoba Culture Days with Agri-CULTURE Day!


Free admission!

Donations accepted.

Tour Homesteaders' Village

Kids' Activities

More details coming soon!

2 short films provided by National Film Board:

'Roundup', 2020, directed by Nettie Wild

-Watch 4000 cattle return from summer grazing to 20 families who share a communal pasture and corral. Mesmerizing visual patterns from sky and ground frame an evocative contemplation of the relationship between human and animals, landscape and architecture.


'The Grasslands Project: Life Out Here', 2016, directed by Scott Parker

-This short documentary from The Grasslands Project brings a female perspective to the male-dominated ranching and farming industries. Women often have a strong voice in the operations, and some women have been running their own ranches for decades. For this collaborative documentary, the participants themselves chose the themes to be discussed and then interviewed each other. These women are deeply dedicated to their farms, ranches and families. They can ranch as well as a man... maybe even better! :)



Manitoba Agricultural Museum

The Manitoba Agricultural Museum is a not-for-profit charitable organization incorporated in the Province of Manitoba since 1953.

Our Vision...

To enable the generations of today and tomorrow to walk in the footsteps of the people who shaped agriculture in Manitoba.

Our Mission...

To immerse visitors in rural Manitoba’s past, providing context to the present and future of agriculture in Manitoba. To collect, preserve, interpret and demonstrate Manitoba’s agricultural heritage.

Our Land Acknowledgement...

The Manitoba Agricultural Museum is located on Treaty 1 Territory where we respect the deep historical connection of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Dene Peoples, and the Métis Nation, to these lands and waters.