The Manitoba Agricultural Museum strives to improve its accessibility and to meet communication needs of all visitors.

Notifications of temporary disruptions

There are currently no temporary disruptions.

Customer service

The museum strives to offer quality customer service to all of its guests and to meet communication needs of all visitors. All contents and documentation can be made available in a variety of formats. Tours and programming can also be custom made to ensure all of our visitors get to experience the museum and its collections.

Support Persons

Complimentary access is provided to one support person accompanying an individual with a disability who requires an attendance.


The Manitoba Agricultural Museum guests parking is a gravel parking lot located in front of the Office building and near the Gift Shop and Welcome Desk. Special events parking lots are grass. 

Questions, comments or complaints

The Manitoba Agricultural Museum is committed to continue improving its practices when it comes to accessibility. Please contact the museum office with any comments, questions or concerns you might have.


The Gift Shop and Welcome Desk is accessible through a ramp in the back of the building. MAM Office is not currently wheelchair accessible. MAM staff will ensure all visitors are served regardless of their ability to enter the space.

Multiple washrooms are wheelchair accessible.

Grounds and Exhibits

Please note that the museum is located on sandy grounds and offers most of its opportunities outdoors. Roads and paths on its grounds are not paved.

The History of Farm Power exhibit, the Centennial Building main floor and the Pioneer Centre temporary exhibits are accessible to visitors of all abilities. The Homesteaders’ Village buildings are not wheelchair accessible and can be difficult to access for some visitors.

The Manitoba Agricultural Museum makes a four-seater golf cart available to its guests that might require it whenever it is not in use, against a driver’s license in lieu of deposit.