About Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum & Archives
The Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying of military artifacts, pictures, books, documents etc. of Western Canada’s oldest Infantry Regiment.
What to Do at Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum & Archives?
Military artifacts, pictures, books, documents are displayed at the Gallery. Also at the museum are displays on Winnipeg Light Infantry, Winnipeg Grenadiers, and displays relevant to the unit’s role in United Nations Peacekeeping efforts.
All those that can’t visit in person can take a Virtual Tour of the museum online.
When to visit Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum & Archives?
Tuesday | 2:00 PM -8:00 PM an and at other times by appointment.
The Regimental Museum will be closing it’s display area from January-October 2017 for renovations, but the archives and staff will still be available. Get in touch with the museum for more information
Time required to visit:
1 hr, depending on interest
How much will it cost to visit Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum & Archives?
No admission fees.
Donations are welcome.
How to get to Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum & Archives?
Address and directions
The Main Gallery is in Room 208 on the second floor of Minto Armoury. The library and archives are located in room 109 on the main parade square of Minto Armoury.
969 St Matthews Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0J7
Lat: 49.890413 Lon: -97.178761
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Neighbourhood: St. Matthews
What about accessibility?
Partially Wheel chair Accessible – Wheelchair to second floor