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The oldest inhabited area of Manitoba is the Turtle Mountain and it has lakes named Adam, Max, James and Oskar.

 

Art Galleries

Outdoor Art Gallery

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Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (Brandon)  Member of Tourism Westman

A non-profit, public Art Gallery. It offers contemporary art exhibits of regional, national and international significance with an emphasis on Manitoba art. The gift shop features fine crafts and art by Manitoban artisans. Also available: exhibit tours, school tours and art classes.

Directions:
Located at 710 Rosser Avenue, 2nd Floor.

Hours:
Tuesday - Friday:10am to 5pm Thursday:open till 9pm Saturdays:12pm- 5pm CLOSED Sundays, Mondays and Major Holidays Summer Hours: July/August- Tuesday to Friday 10am-5pm

Admission:
Free.

Phone:
204-727-1036

Email:

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CP Station (Virden)

Constructed in 1900, this historic railway station is recognized as one-of-a-kind due to its bell-cast gabled hip roof and chateaux style of building. The building was recently restored and renovated and now houses the local arts council office, gift shop and art gallery along with several other community offices.

Directions:
Located at 425-6th Avenue.

Hours:
Open Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.


Outdoor Art Gallery (Boissevain) Manitoba Star Attraction

With over 20 giant historical murals, Boissevain is a place where “Art is Big.” Self-guided tour brochures are located next to murals throughout the community and guided tours and step-on bus tours are available by appointment. Stories of the areas culture and history are presented in vivid and life-like detail. Call the Visitors Centre.

Phone:
204-534-6662


Viscount Center for the Arts and Manawaka Gallery (Neepawa)

This is a community art gallery operated by the Viscount Cultural Council. Exhibitions are changed monthly.

Directions:
Located at 293 Mountain Avenue.

Hours:
Open Tuesday - Friday, 10am - 5pm, or by appointment.

Admission:
Free admission (donations accepted).

Phone:
204-476-3232