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Employment Opportuntiy now available CLICK HERE

SPRING BREAK PROGRAMMING
From March 31-April 4 the museum will be holding spring break drop-in programming.  For more information CLICK HERE

 

GRAND BEACH TRAIN
Did you and/or your family take the train to Grand Beach.  Winnipeg author Baraba Lange is seeking memories for her second book.  You can contact her at 204.667.8521 or email: railwaystories@hotmail.com  For more information CLICK HERE

 2013 EXHIBIT: LOVE LETTERS TO TRANSCONA

The Transcona Historical Museum has a vast and varied collection, but the most personal and evocative artifacts we have are the over 10,000 photographs and letters that have been entrusted to us over the past 46 years. These objects tell us about the lives and loves of those who call Transcona home in a unique and powerful way. From turn of the century wedding portraits to the letters home of Transcona prisoners of war to the community-curated submissions wall, Love Letters to Transcona celebrates the stories of everyday Transconians, past and present.

CENTENNIAL TIME CAPSULE

On Monday September 9th, 2013, the Transcona Time Capsule Committee sealed the 2012 time capsule into the side of the stage Archambault Pavillion, which is to be open 50 years later. To see the various contents of the time capsule that were specially packaged by the Transcona Museum CLICK HERE.

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Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission: "To preserve and promote the community spirit of Transcona, through sharing our history and stories for the benefit of all."

Our Vision:  "The heart of Transcona's vibrant history and culture."

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WALL OF FAME
Wyatt Dowling / Wawanesa Insurance Wall of Fame Inductees CLICK HERE

History of Transcona
The name "Transcona" was chosen to commemorate the railway to which the town owes its existence...

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Phone: (204) 222-0423 | Email: info@transconamuseum.mb.ca