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The Transcona Museum will be temporarily closed to visitors due to water in our basement. We aim to reopen to the public on Thursday, August 27th. Please contact us at 204-222-0423 if you need to get a hold of us before then.

Monday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Closed Sundays

Hours subject to change; see our Facebook Page for up-to-date information.

Visit our new exhibit, "Transcona: The Surest Thing" and learn about the early days of Transcona, and the immigrants who settled here. For more information on our current exhibits, click HERE!

Our summer programming starts on July 2nd and runs until August 29th. Visit our Family Programs page for more information and a Drop In Days calender!

NEW BIRTHDAY PARTIES!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Celebrate your child's next birthday with a themed party at the Transcona Museum! Learn more here!

Catch up on your Museum news with our Fall 2014 Newsletter!

Winnipeg author Baraba Lange is seeking memories of the Grand Beach Train. Contact her at 204.667.8521 or email railwaystories@hotmail.com. For more information, click HERE.

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Virtual Exhibit: "Serving King and Country: Transcona's Hometown Heroes"

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Our Mission & Vision

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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Wyatt Dowling / Wawanesa Insurance Wall of Fame Inductees CLICK HERE

The 2012 centennial time capsule has been sealed into the side of the stage Archambault Pavillion, to be open 50 years later. To see the contents of the time capsule, 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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What is This? Mystery Photos

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