Dalnavert Museum and Visitors’ Centre

61 Carlton Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1N7



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About Dalnavert Museum and Visitors’ Centre

This National and Provincial Heritage Site, was built in 1895 in the Queen Anne Revival Style and is the home of Sir Hugh John Macdonald.


What to Do at Dalnavert Museum?

Things to Do:
The restored house retains its old style architecture and is furnished in the Victorian style. Learn about the Macdonald family who resided here. Take part in the clue game and get insights about life in Winnipeg in the early years from the tour guides. Here. you can see an extensive collection of artifacts from early Edwardian and late Victorian periods. End your visit by touring the heritage garden.

The Dalnavert Museum can be booked for private events as well as birthday parties.

When to visit Dalnavert Museum and Visitors’ Centre?

Currently, open for tours on a reduced schedule Friday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

June to September | Wednesday – Sunday | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

September – June | Wednesday – Sunday | 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Call ahead to ensure availability of tour guides. Tour length ranges from 30 to 60 minutes.

Time required to visit:

1 – 1.5 hrs, depending on interest

How much will it cost to visit Dalnavert Museum?

Adults: $8.00; Seniors/Students: $7.00; Children: $6.00; Groups (10 or more) $6

Visitors can enjoy an audio tour of the museum. There is an $6 charge for the audio play (includes regular admission).

Tours through the Dalnavert Museum take about 45 minutes to an hour. Guides are happy to adapt the duration of their tours for visitors.

How to get tickets?

Book a Tour

How to get to Dalnavert Museum?

61 Carlton Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1N7
Lat: 49.88605 Lon: -97.1419

Phone: (204)943-2835
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Parking: Free visitor parking is available in the parking lot located to the left of the Visitors’ Centre.

Public Transit Accessible: Consult the Winnipeg Transit web site for fares and schedules.

What about amenities and accessibility?


The second and third floors of the Museum are not wheelchair accessible. Guests with mobility concerns can enjoy the Visitors’ Centre and first floor of the house.


Dalnavert Museum Gift Shop


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