The Teulon and District Museum

Mission

To preserve the past for future generations.

Teulon and District's  history is preserved through the numerous artifacts in the 9 buildings of the Museum. 

Location

Teulon-Rockwood - Green Acres Park

2020 - CLOSED

Due to Covid 19, the Board has decided to keep the Museum closed for Summer of 2020.

The following events are cancelled:

Event NameDates
Manitoba DayMay 12. 2020
BBQ Fundraisers
Annual Tea & Bake SaleJuly 11, 2020
Culture DaysSeptember 26, 2020



When the Museum re-opens - the hours will be:

  • July and August
    Tuesday to Friday:
    10 am to Noon - 1pm to 4pm (closed during lunch hour)
  •  Saturday and Sunday:
    Open Noon to 4p.m.
    Closed Mondays

Group and School tours by appointment.

Admission

Adults $5.00 | Students $2.00

2020 AGM

February 24, 2020 at 9:30 a.m. in the Town of Teulon Civic Centre Council Chambers.

What To See At The Museum

  • A country school converted to a museum containing a collection of articles from pioneer days.
  • A country school preserved in the style of rural schools.
  • A Ukrainian log house with an outdoor bake oven.
  • Doll House with over 350 dolls in the collection.
  • John Marko's Shoe Repair Shop.
  • Large Machine Shed containing agricultural implements and tools and a refurbished 1922 Model T Ford.
  • St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church. A unique church with original contents from the 1920's.
  • The Hunter House, restored home of Dr. Hunter and his family.
  • Railway caboose with artifacts from the C.P.R. and C.N.R. rail lines. 

For more information or to book a tour call Joan Trombo at (204) 886-2098.

All buildings in the Museum complex are wheelchair accessible.