The Pioneers & Chanoinesses Museum

The Pioneers & Chanoinesses Museum

Tel: 204.248-.7293

The Pioneers & Chanoinesses Museum

Tel: 204.248.7220

Notre Dame-de-Lourdes, MB – 55 Rogers Street
 
 
The Pioneers and Chanoinesses Museum offers a great display of artifacts describing life in the late 18 hundreds and early 19 hundreds. You can learn about the first doctor, the first veterinarian and the founder of Notre-Dame. With models of the train station and a 1920’s kitchen, you really step into a life from long ago. Also, half of the museum is dedicated to the “Chanoinesses”, better known as “Les Soeurs du Sauveur”, an order of religious women who came from France to help establish our flourishing community. The model of a schoolroom where the nuns taught shows their importance to our community as well as photos showing all the activities they led and artwork they created.
 
The museum is open from Monday to Friday, 8:30 am until 4:30 pm. Call To book a tour during the summer, please call 204.248.7290. To book a tour from September till the end of June please call Colette Lesage at 204.248.7220.
 
The The Pioneers & Chanoinesses Museum is part of the Pembina Valley Central Plains Passport Adventure. Click the logo below for more details….
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