About Heritage North Museum

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Heritage North Museum consists of two log structures and an open-air blacksmith shop. See mounted animals native to the area, a boreal forest diorama with authentic caribou hide tipi, First Nations and fur trade artifacts, fossils, a woolly mammoth tusk, traveling exhibits and Inco and mining related artifacts. Blacksmith demonstrations occur periodically throughout the summer. The museum also houses an Institutional Archives and a Visitor Information Booth. 

Courtesy Travel Manitoba

CONTACT INFORMATION

Heritage North Museum

162 Princeton Drive

Thompson, Mb
  R8N 2A4

email:hnmuseum@mts.net

telephone: 204-677-2216


OUR HOURS

Open year-round:

Winter: Monday to Friday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., Saturdays 1 p.m. - 5
(The museum always closes for 2 weeks during Christmas Break.)

July & August: Monday to Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

ADMISSION (TAX INCLUDED)

Adults: $3.25

Seniors: $2.00
Students: $2.00

Children ages 6-12: $1.00

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIPS

Adult $15.00

Students: $10.00

Senior: $10.00

Family: $30.00

Corporate: $50.00

Schools: $100.00

> Become a member of Heritage North Museum

AMENITIES

Picnic area on site
Full wheelchair access
Free parking
Self-guided and guided tours available
Starting point of the Spirit Way path

> We are a Provincial Heritage Site affiliated with the Association of Manitoba Museums.

> We are featured on the Travel to Manitoba website.