Synopsis & Main Exhibits
The Museum is located 1 km. east on Highway #691 just east of the Town of Manning, and consists of a large main building, pole building, cabin, post office, church, blacksmith shop, machine sheds, and windmill.
There is a large collection of agricultural, and other equipment – including horse drawn, many tractors, implements and caterpillars.
The collection features a full-mount albino moose, timber wolf, cougar, grizzly bear, albino porcupine, other wildlife, butfalo calf, two-headed calf, Windigo moose skull, birds, rocks, books, household items, hand-carved (one piece) wooden necklace, small engines, clothing, office equipment, Hudson’s Bay calendar collection, buggies, Horseless Carriage, Case Eagle, and much more. Also on display is a stump with five trees growing from it, 2 large burls, & other wood specimen.
Sunday of Heritage Weekend provides an Antique Tractor Parade of 60, or more tractors running, some caterpillars, and threshing. Demonstrations may include baling, shingle mill, shingle edger, log plane, rope making, wood splitting, and flour mill demonstrations. Church service 11:00 A.M.
A donation enters your name in a door prize draw.
Food Booth features a pancake breakfast from 9 A.M. – 11:30 A.M. with events starting at 12:00 P.M.
Hours of Operation
May 15 - Sept. 15 1 - 6 P.M. Daily
July & August 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. Daily
By appointment - Call Museum 780-836-2374, 780-836-3556,