July 19, 2017 - We visited our Winnipeg friends for three days on our way to Churchill to see Beluga whales. Our Winnipeg friends took us to several sights including the Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site. Upon entry, there were several glassed displays and...更多
I went there with my husband and our youngest daughter (almost 9). It was free for Canada 150 which was awesome.
They were having a kids event where she became an employee of the Hudson'sBay Company for the day. If she completed at least one...更多
I would have given it a 5, except the Big House was closed for renovation. Park is free this year but pay the extra $7 for a guided tour with an interpreter. Not language, but historical. They are dressed in 1851 attaire and explain what...更多
After many years of declining attendance,LFG has turned a corner. Is this due to the free admission, I do not know or care. They had plenty of costumed interpreters who were quick to engage. The site is currently undergoing some restoration work but is has...更多
Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site is a wonderful place to spend the better part of a day. The animators bring the site to life and the stories of the people who lived and worked at the Fort are fascinating. The buildings too are beautiful,...更多