The Transcona Museum has three gallery spaces in which the exhibits rotate on a yearly basis. Our Front Gallery holds our largest gallery space and the yearly main exhibition. The Hall Gallery displays smaller, rotating exhibits. In the Back Gallery, there are a number of varied exhibitions and our interactive Kids Zone Imagination Station. The museum also maintains three offsite displays at the Transcona Legion, East End Community Club, and the Transcona Library. 

2019 / 2020 Season

Transcona's Railway Journey

May 2019 - Spring 2020 | Front Gallery, Hall Gallery, and Back Gallery

The railway is at the heart of Transcona. This exhibition tells the story of Transcona as a railroad community and highlights the impact of the Canadian National Railway, starting with the building of the Shops Complex. Proudly supported by CN.

Admission by Donation

Transcona Library Display (Offsite)

Rotates every 3-4 months | Transcona Library

Fun Winter Activities - A small display with photographs and artifacts including a sled, hockey skates, curling trophies, and more.

East End Community Club Display (Offsite)

Rotates every 3-4 months | East End Community Center

Winter Holiday Fun - Four display cases featuring photographs and artifacts including skates and hockey equipment, snowshoes, downhill skis, and a sled. 

Transcona Legion Display (Offsite)

Rotates every 3-4 months | Transcona Legion #7

A small, rotating display that features Transcona's military history through artifacts, archival materials, and textual items. If you are interested in loaning personal items for this display, please contact the Transcona Museum.

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The Transcona Museum gratefully acknowledges the City of Winnipeg for their ongoing support of museum operations and facility maintenance.

We would like to acknowledge that we reside on Treaty One territory, the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, as well as the homeland of the Métis Nation.

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