Carberry Plains Museum

Picture yourself, over 125 years ago, making the arduous journey by horse-drawn cart, over miles of rough trail, lured by the promise of 160 acres to call your own. Such was the scenario when Carberry and the Municipality of North Cypress-Langford were settled by European descendants from Eastern Canada.  carberry-museum

Visit the Carberry Plains Museum and touch and feel early prairie life. The extensive artifact collections include paintings from the eccentric Criddle-Vane family and memorabilia from famous former residents Tommy Douglas, Stanley Knowles and WW1 pilot Wop May. The museum also includes extensive sports memorabilia from all eras and many decade-specific collections.

Next door to the Museum, visit our fully-restored Gingerbread House, a unique and stunning tribute to a fanciful architectural style. One of only 3 in Canada. gingerbread-house

Carberry Plains Museum

Hours: 1pm – 6pm, seven days a week through July and August.
Open in June and September by appointment only.
Location: 520 Fourth Avenue
Mailing Info: Box 1072,R0K 0H0
Phone: 204-834-6609 – July – August