About Ross House Museum
One of the last remaining examples of Red River frame architecture in Winnipeg, Ross House was the first Post Office in Western Canada. Opened as a museum in 1949.
It was built in 1854 for William and Jemima Ross, members of a prominent Métis family in the Red River Settlement.
Their carefully restored log home now offers visitors an immersive look into daily life in early Manitoba.
Explore the home of the prominent Métis family- the Ross family as well as the operation of early postal service in the region.
When to visit Ross House Museum?
Hours: Open in Summer only. June – August: Monday – Tuesday: Closed.
Wednesday-Sunday : 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Time required to visit:
1 – 2 hrs, depending on interest
How much will it cost to visit Ross House Museum?
Admission by donation.
Drop-in tours are available during open hours.
Please contact us to schedule group tours.
204-942-5396; [email protected]
How to get to Ross House Museum?
Ross House Museum is located within the Joe Zuken Heritage Park at 140 Meade Street North, between Sutherland and Euclid Avenues.
140 Meade St. North, Winnipeg, MB R2W 3K5
Lat: 49.90669 Lon: -97.13001
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Parking: Street parking
Public Transit Accessibility: Bus 45 or 97. Consult the Winnipeg Transit web site for fares and schedules.
What about amenities and accessibility?
Wheel chair accessible