Career Opportunity: Museum Operations Manager
The Manitoba Agricultural Museum (MAM) is dedicated to the collection, preservation, interpretation and demonstration of Manitoba’s agricultural heritage. It does so by immersing its visitors in rural Manitoba’s past, providing context to the present and future of agriculture in Manitoba. Through innovative exhibits, programming and special events, its vision is to enable the generations of…READ MORE
Join the first Relic Run!
Join us at the Manitoba Agricultural Museum for our inaugural Relic Run on July 24 and 25, 2020! Bring your favourite Relic and join us for a leisurely drive on country roads (and some pavement) in the scenic countryside south of the museum. Tractors and vintage vehicles are all welcome, check out the Relic Run…
Silent Bid American Paint Horse Gelding
Once again, Linwood Equine Ranch has generously donated a registered American Paint Horse gelding as a fundraiser for the Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion & Stampede. This is the seventh annual and we are grateful for their support. This 2 years old has had regular farrier service and is up to date on vaccinations. This gelding is…
We are excited to announce when we will be reopening our grounds to the public, on Friday, May 29, 2020! The Manitoba Agricultural Museum grounds and open storage spaces will be accessible again to the public with reduced hours and new safety measures. At this time, the buildings of the Homesteaders’ Village and the museum…
66th Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion & Stampede cancellation
For 65 years the Manitoba Agricultural Museum has taken great pride in welcoming visitors to the annual Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion & Stampede, Canada’s largest pioneer festival and a Manitoba STAR Celebration. The health and safety of the more than 11,000 visitors, volunteers and supporters that come to our grounds to experience this unique heritage festival…
Experience MAM from Home
As many are self-isolating, homeschooling their little ones or simply following the social distancing recommendations, now is a great time to discover our web resources and online programming!
Welcome to Our New Website!
The Manitoba Agricultural is excited to launch its new visual identity and its new website!READ MORE
Closure of the Manitoba Agricultural Museum
Following recommendations from Manitoba Public Health to limit the spread of COVID-19, and in our community’s best interests, the Manitoba Agricultural Museum will close its doors to the public on Monday, March 16th, for an indefinite period of time. Daily operations of the museum will continue to be supported by our staff through mail, email,…
Louis Riel Day
February 17, 2020 Louis Riel Day at the Manitoba Agricultural Museum is always a fun day! Travel through the Homesteaders’ Village on a horse-drawn sleigh, snowshoe through the Village and tractor sheds, and warm up with hot chocolate around the bonfire.