494 Tache Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 2B2
Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum, or simply known as St. Boniface Museum, was once a convent run by the Grey Sisters in the late 1800s. Over the course of a century, it had been turned into an orphanage, a seniors' home and was also the first hospital in Western Canada. It remains to be the oldest building in the city of Winnipeg and was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1958.
With a vast collection of artifacts from Winnipeg's Métis people, the St. Boniface Museum aims to preserve and share the rich culture and heritage of the Franco-Manitoban community. It is here that you can view politician and spiritual leader Louis Riel's coffin and moccasins as well as some of painter Pauline Boutal's oil portraits. Visitors who are interested to learn about Manitoba's history will find everything they need to know in Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum.
$4.00 Students (6–17 years or with valid student ID)
$4.00 Seniors (60+ years)
$15.00 Family (maximum two adults)
Children 5 and under (accompanied by an adult) FREE
*Price may change without prior notice
Phone: 204 237 4500
Email: i[email protected]
Contact St. Boniface Museum for booking infos and other enquiries.