The Manitoba Agricultural Museum is dedicated to collecting vintage farm machinery and buildings from 1900 and beyond. Located on 320 acres near Austin, Manitoba, to date we have amassed over 500 pieces of machinery; and Homesteaders’ Village, consisting of more than 20 buildings complete with artifacts. This is Canada’s largest collection of vintage agricultural equipment. The facilities include camping and picnic grounds and Oakview, our gift shop.
Throughout the year the Museum offers various tours, schools and hands-on experiences climaxing with the Annual Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion and Stampede and various other expositions.
Please be sure to check out the Events page, or browse the calendar on the left side of this screen to see what’s coming up at the museum.
If you or your family has donated an artifact to the Museum, we are looking for your story! Please read our Artifact History Request page for more information. To see the list of individual artifact pages that the Museum has already assembled please read our Artifacts page. Also, if you would like to share your Manitoba Agricultural Museum story, please visit the Volunteer and Visitor Stories page and let us know about yourself!
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the Museum, please contact us.