MUSEUM GALLERY TOURS

Take a guided tour or choose a self-guided journey through the galleries and have all your questions answered! For a current listing of guided tour dates, please visit the Calendar page of this website.

Self-Guided Tours

Museum Galleries

Admission by Donation

Explore the Transcona Museum and its displays at your own pace.  Self-guided tours are available during museum hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm.   Due to current provincial regulations, we can only accommodate a max of 5 people in the museum at a time.   

 

Our current exhibit is Transcona's Railway Journey, refreshed and redone will on until Winter 2021.

Should you have any questions about the displays or collections while touring the Transcona Museum, the Museum Curator and Assistant Curator are on-hand to help!

Behind-the-Scenes Tours

Galleris and Collections areas

Length: 45 mins -

Get behind-the-scenes and tour our collections! This is your backstage pass to see for yourself where we keep over 50,000 artifacts and archival materials. You will also get the chance to learn about the importance of proper museum practices and what is involved in managing a collection of this size. *Collections storage spaces are not wheelchair accessible.

 

These tours are only available during special event days such as Doors Open (May). 

 

Community Walking Tours

Historical Downtown 

&

Transcona Murals

Length: 1 hour-1.25 hours

Discover the history and stories of Transcona through our walking tours.  Our tours are offered throughout the summer months.  

Historic Downtown Transcona:  Thursday at 11 a.m. Duration: 1.25 hours 

Adults/Seniors $5 

Youth (12 and under) $2 

Children (3 and under) Free 

Transcona Mural Tour: Thursday at 2 p.m. Duration: 1 hour

Adults/Seniors $5 

Youth (12 and under) $2 

Children (3 and under) Free 

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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