Tourism Westman is a member-driven organization consisting of representation from businesses, associations and municipal governments that have an interest in promoting and developing tourism in Southwest Manitoba. The members welcome you to the area. We hope you have an opportunity to visit them soon.
For more information about membership, please view: Membership Brochure, Membership Application Form.
Manitoba Agricultural Museum (Austin)
This one-of-a-kind attraction features Canada’s largest collection of operating vintage farm machinery dating back to the late 1880’s to present day. This collection includes over 500 implements, as well the Homesteaders village with over 20 buildings. The museum also features camping and picnic facilities and souvenir shop. School tours available.
RM of Prairie Lakes (Belmont)
Town of Birtle (Birtle)
Fraser Family Farm (Boissevain)
Mixed farm, petting animals, horses. Home cooked meals, relaxing atmosphere, fun-filled adventure for the whole family. 45 min south of Brandon on PTH 23.
Irvin Goodon International Wildlife Museum (Boissevain)
This magnificent display of wildlife includes grizzly and polar bears, arctic wolf, musk ox, moose, bison and many other species from around the world all displayed in natural settings. Visit the unique wildlife gift shop and visit Travel Manitoba.
Canadian Wilderness Inn (Boissevain)
We provide you with a unique experience. The log structure entrance to the wildlife theme throughout the hotel will provide a restful encounter. Committed to excellence in service, price, accommodation
Turtle Mountain CDC (Boissevain)
Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (Brandon)
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.
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum (Brandon)
National Heritage Site
Canada’s only Air Museum dedicated solely to those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during the 1939 –1945 War. Explore this World War II Royal Canadian Air Force Training Base showcasing aircrafts, artifacts and memorabilia.
Daly House Museum (Brandon)
The original home of Brandon’s first Mayor, Thomas Mayne Daly. This upper middle-class home displays furnishings from a late 1890s household and other artifacts from the 1890s to the 1920s.
Meadowlark Campground (Brandon)
On Trans-Canada Hwy. Pull-through sites. Big rigs welcome. Clean facilities, friendly service. Modem port. Wi-Fi hotspot.
Canad Inns Destination Centre (Brandon)
Connected to Keystone Centre, wireless and hard-wired high-speed Internet. AALTO'S Garden Café, pub, gaming lounge, Great Western Roadhouse. Hot breakfast Sunday to Thursday.
Colonial Inn (Brandon)
Comfort Inn (Brandon)
Conveniently located off Trans-Canada Highway. Patio door access and minutes from shopping malls, Keystone Centre, airport, museums. Major credit cards. Watch for the yellow airplane.
Days Inn (Brandon)
Keystone Motor Inn (Brandon)
Lakeview Inn & Suites (Brandon)
Nestled between the top of the North Hill area and the Trans-Canada Highway is the Lakeview Inn & Suites in Brandon, MB. Our professional team is dedicated to providing guests with outstanding service at just the right price. We feature 66 spacious and beautifully appointed Guestrooms and Two Room Suites that are perfect for either business or family get away.
Redwood Motor Inn (Brandon)
Royal Oak Inn & Suites (Brandon)
Beautifully decorated guest rooms, 60 luxury suites. Full-service restaurant and nightclub. Full meeting and convention facilities for up to 500 people.
Super 8 Motel (Brandon)
Brandon Tourism (Brandon)
Brandon Tourism welcomes and provides assistance and information to anyone who is visiting Brandon whether it's driving through, visiting family, shopping, coming to a convention or attending a sporting event. We work closely with hotels, restaurants and other outlets to disseminate this information throughout the City so that it is readily available when visitors arrive. For more information on all that Brandon has to offer, please stop by the Riverbank Discovery Centre just off of 18th Street and Kirkcaldy Drive. We will be happy to help you discover why "You Belong in Brandon!"
Wheat City Golf Course (Brandon)
Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba (Brandon)
Keystone Centre (Brandon)
With almost 10 acres under one roof, the Keystone Centre is one of the largest convention, entertainment, agricultural and recreation complexes of its kind in North America. It is home to some of western Manitoba’s largest events.
Cottonwood Acres Bed & Breakfast (Brandon)
Beautiful country acreage near Brandon and Shilo. Queen pillowtop beds, large bath with soaker tub and walk-in rainshower. Enjoy sunroom, fish pond and bridge in summer. Adults only.
Victoria Inn (Brandon)
26th Field Regiment RCA/XII Manitoba Dragoons Museum (Brandon)
Housed on the main floor of the historical Brandon Armoury, this museum exhibits a variety of military and civilian artifacts, memorabilia, library and archives. Home of the XII Manitoba Dragoons and 26 Field Regiment Royal Canadian Artillery Regimental Histories, This Museum records, conserves and protects the history of the servicemen and women and the military units of South West Manitoba. The Museum annually awards a trophy to the Cadets of Brandon and Virden for historical knowledge of those unit. The Collection of Dr. William Hurd of Brandon University is housed in this museum. On display in this museum is the Susan Armstrong, the founding director-general of the Missing Children's Network OC and QGJM which have been loaned to the Museum. Also displayed is the Jack Bennett Collection a former Royal Artillery Gunner who was a POW in WWII, the collection is an extraordinary selection of unit badges. The Museum provides help to the public with research and provides information to families on service from the Boar War to the Afghanistan War. The library has several thousand volumes of books on many a diverse subject. The museum is an excellent source of information and should be visited.
Carberry Plains Museum (Carberry)
Picture yourself, over 125 years ago, making the arduous journey by horse-drawn cart, over miles of rough trail, lured by the promise of 160 acres to call your own. Such was the scenario when the Carberry Plains area was established by European settlers from Eastern Canada. Visit the Carberry Plains Museum to touch and feel early prairie life. The extensive artifact collections include paintings from the eccentric Criddle-Vane family and memorabilia from famous former residents Tommy Douglas, Stanley Knowles and WWI pilot Wop May. The Museum also includes our unique gingerbread house, a stunning tribute to a fanciful architectural style. One of only three in Canada.
Rural Municipality of North Cypress (Carberry)
Town of Carberry (Carberry)
Aggie's Guesthouse (Carberry)
Nestled on 5 acres, our Guest House in the woods is the perfect place to relax and enjoy your time away. Accommodations include a private suite, bathroom and kitchenette. Delicious breakfast included with your stay.
Roblin-Cartwright CDC (Cartwright & Mather)
Deloraine Golf & Country Club (Deloraine)
A beautiful 9-hole golf course. Amenities include grass greens, cart rentals, licensed clubhouse, pro shop, driving range and putting green.
Deloraine-Winchester Tourism (Deloraine)
Rural Municipality of Winchester (Deloraine)
Manitoba Automobile Museum (Elkhorn)
Displays over 100 automobiles from the turn of the century to the 1970’s, including many rare and unique vehicles such as the Marmon car that was returned to the Museum in 2007 for display after being restored. The Museum also features an extensive agricultural display featuring steam engines and turn of the century farm equipment, a Robert Clarke Indian artifact collection as well as many other collectibles. On July 1st, the museum hosts a Pioneer Day, which includes a pancake breakfast, antique car parade, machinery, threshing demonstrations, and many other activities for young and old. For a virtual tour or more information you can visit our website.
Town of Gladstone (Gladstone)
Spirit Sands Lodging RV Park (Glenboro)
4 km north of Glenboro. Year-round private cottage, full kitchen, picnic table, hiking trail, firewood.
Glenboro CDC (Glenboro)
Town of Hamiota (Hamiota)
Emblem Community Development Corp. (Hartney)
International Peace Garden (International Peace Garden)
**Visiting the International Peace Garden does constitute
exiting Canada. When travelling to the International Peace Garden, while not
mandatory, a passport is the preferred form of identification to expedite your
processing when re-entering Canada.**
Come taste, touch, hear, see and smell all this Botanical Garden encompasses 45 minutes south of Brandon. Thousands of visitors flock annually to the International Peace Garden.
Envision a 150,000 fragrant flower garden, crackling camp fires, music festivals, Antique Car Shows, weekly family events, bird watching, scenic bike & hiking trails, tasty picnics, and dining at the Peace Garden Café or weekly Sunday Buffets. Hear the faint echo of the Carillon Bells while capturing the panoramic view of Formal Garden’s Peace Tower, Peace Chapel, 911 Memorial, Carillon Bell Tower, terraces, water features and many floral designs.
The International Peace Garden - You're vacation spot or one day stop!!!
J.A.V. David Museum (Killarney)
The 1889 Bate Building contains the original Post Office and Store, Granny’s kitchen, pioneer tools, and natural history. The Annex shows a country school, Doctors office, elegant period clothing, archives, homestead maps, cemetery records and war relics. New displays are featured every year.
Country Comfort Bed & Breakfast (Killarney)
Come for the country and stay for the comfort. Attractively appointed guest rooms available. Large living and recreational areas with all the amenities. Large groups welcome. Golf packages available.
La Belle Vie Bed & Breakfast (Killarney)
Erin Inn (Killarney)
Municipality of Killarney-Turtle Mtn (Killarney)
Town of Melita (Melita)
Miniota CDC (Miniota)
Fairmount Bed & Breakfast (Minnedosa)
This 1914 farm home is furnished in the style of early Canadiana. Breakfasts feature organic eggs, local fruit, homemade breads, preserves. Additional meals upon request. Hiking and ski trails.
Tilson Place Bed & Breakfast (Minnedosa)
Hosts: Pat & Darrell Graham.
You will be enchanted by this 1901 Queen Anne home. Five spacious, private guest rooms, large common area, front veranda. Near town amenities, restaurants, shops, golf, lake and beach.
Minnedosa Tourism (Minnedosa)
Beautiful Plains Museum (Neepawa)
Located in the former CN station, which was declared a historic site in 1998. Three floors of artifacts featuring a chapel, barbershop, general store and other settings.
The Garden Path Bed & Breakfast (Neepawa)
Hosts: George & Susan Phillips.
Our turn-of-the-century Victorian home offers comfortable place, beautifully landscaped grounds. Hearty breakfast served. Near golf course, Margaret Laurence Home, the Lily Festival and gardens, provincial and national parks. Open year-round.
Town of Neepawa (Neepawa)
Pelican Lake Riviera (Ninette)
The region’s most diverse development with licensed real estate services, lake view rental cabins, boat storage, mooring, and servicing. For contractors and home owners: building and landscaping aggregates and equipment rentals. Contact Butch or Fay McEachern.
Meandher Creek Farm (Oak Lake)
"Where Fun Grows" Manitoba's best kept secret of Fall Family Fun!
Rural Municipality of Edward (Pierson)
Town of Rapid City (Rapid City)
Rural Municipality of Pipestone (Reston)
Riding Mountain National Park (Riding Mountain National Park)
Since Riding Mountain National Park was first declared a forest reserve in 1895, people have recognized the scenic beauty of the area, the importance of habitat for wildlife, and the potential for recreation and relaxation.
Riding Mountain National Park is where eastern, western and northern Canada meet to create a unique and majestic 3,000 sq km environment of towering white spruce, hardwood forests and prairie grasslands. It is home to some of North America’s largest elk, moose and black bears. The park offers unique experiences for families, photographers, birders and wildlife enthusiasts.
Wasagaming, the parks historic town located on the shores of Clear Lake, offers a full range of visitor services and events. Wasagaming offers a great selection of accommodations, a visitor centre, boat rentals, a great beach experience, restaurants and shopping to name just a few.
Campgrounds can be found throughout the park. There are endless opportunities for recreation in Riding Mountain. A extensive trail system offers scenic routes for hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and birding. Over 400 km of hiking, biking and horseback trails and 260 km of cross-country ski trails are available. A small bison herd and exhibit is kept at Lake Audy, viewing is best in the morning or evening. Riding Mountain is a must for those looking for that family getaway.
Cozy River Inn Bed & Breakfast (Rivers)
Two spacious theme suites with separate entrances, wrap-around deck. Tastefully decorated. Homemade continental breakfast. Quiet, peaceful surroundings. Walking trail, lake, golf course nearby. Advance reservations please. Cash, MasterCard.
Town of Rivers (Rivers)
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Museum (Sandy Lake)
Features artifacts from the original Riding Mountain settlement of 1899, including beautifully embroidered, hand crafted clothing, a display of traditional Ukrainian arts and crafts, with Easter eggs, wood carvings and traditional beads. Take time to tour the loghouse with its unique look, vertical wooden hinge and thatched roof. Nearby, a kiosk is dedicated to our pioneers and railroaders. Here maps and pictorial history bring our heritage & culture to life.
Sandy Lake Motel & Campground (Sandy Lake)
Sandy Lake's school converted into a year-round lodge and campground destination.
Village of Sandy Lake (Sandy Lake)
The RCA Museum (Shilo)
Canada’s National Artillery Museum, a Manitoba Star Attraction and one of the best military museums in Canada. The RCA Museum tells the story of Canadian military history since colonial times through 5 indoor galleries in a 24,000 square foot facility. Indoor exhibits include the Victoria Crosses of two Manitobans along with 28 artillery pieces and military vehicles. 28 more guns displayed outdoors with a picnic area and a geo-cache. Winner of the Tourism Westman “Best Product Development” award for 2007 and the Tourism Industry Association of Canada Deloitte Innovator of the Year award for 2008.
Westman Reptile Gardens (Shilo)
Westman Reptile Garden is a fun, unique and educational experience for everyone! We offer an up-close look at a huge variety of reptiles, arachnids, bugs and amphibians. Come and see our Black Mamba, our Gila Monsters and Water Monitors, the gators and crocs and the Brazilian death-heads... just to name a few. Also, our gift shop has the coolest souvenirs and gift ideas for the reptile fanatic. call for more information.
Municipality of Shoal Lake (Shoal Lake)
Shady Oaks R.V. Resort & Campground (Sidney)
Situated in a woodland setting, Shady Oaks offers spacious and shaded sites! BigRig friendly/pull-throughs. WiFi. Cabin Rentals. 40'x20' heated pool; walking/cycling trails; playground.
The Plum (Souris)
Tea Room and Museum in a 1883 church, in original plum and chocolate brown. Story-Tours available. Live original Mini-Musicals 2:15, 3:15, daily, or by request. Book for theatre with luncheon or dinner. Lower level: local foods; crafts; souvenirs; Souris area exhibits; tourist information. Outside: Heritage Games Room; Tea Terrace; trails to Bird Sanctuary in Victoria Park.
Souris & Glenwood CDC (Souris)
Rural Municipality of Strathclair (Strathclair)
Town of Virden (Virden)
Virden Chamber of Commerce (Virden)
Journey Home Artist Retreat (Waldersee)
Imagine a journey to the middle of nowhere that puts you in the centre of everything, espcially yourself... Journey Home Artist Retreat offers an ideal setting for inspiration, creativity and reconnection. We will take you to the centre of your unique experience; whether it is enjoying sleeping and staying in an authentic Mongolian yurt or immersing yourself in the creative process and exploring what feeds your soul. Choose from one of our packages or create your own journey and customize a visit to meet your specific needs.