This truly unique museum is located 1 km east of the Town of Manning on Secondary Highway No. 691. The museum consists of a large main building, a cabin, post office, blacksmith shop, and machine sheds.
The museum offers a wide variety of artifacts ranging from antique dairy displays, period clothing and furniture to a large display of farm machinery. Among the prized treasures of the museum is a 1500 year old arrow head. A “must see” at the museum is a rare Albino moose, and be sure not to miss the two headed calf.
Annual events at the museum include a pancake breakfast and an antique tractor parade, held on the Sunday of Heritage Weekend.
Hours of Operation: May 15 to
September 15 from 1p.m. to 6p.m. daily; except for July and August, when they open at 10 a.m. For more information call (780) 836-2374.