Best Things to Do On a Trip to Beausejour

The town of Beausejour is a gorgeous place to visit no matter the season. There’s always something fun to do when you head here. Check out these 10 things you need to check out next time you find yourself in Beausejour.

 

Located just 60 minutes from Winnipeg, Beausejour is a perfect day trip destination from the capital city.

I. Places to Go

Beausejour Daylily Gardens

If you’re something of a flower enthusiast, then you’ll want to make sure you pay a visit to the Beausejour Daylily Gardens. Spend an afternoon on a nice day strolling through the gardens at the two-acre park. It’s impossible to get tired of looking at so much beauty!

Address: First St N, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 266-1311

 

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The Pioneer Village Museum

Want to learn about the area’s history? The Pioneer Village Museum offers you plenty of opportunities to do that. This outdoor museum makes a great place to visit for anyone who wants to learn about the settlers who called this area home.

Address: 639 Park Ave, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 268-5535

Brokenhead River Campground

Want to get some camping in while you’re in the Beausejour area? The Brokenhead River Campground is a fantastic option. You’ll find plenty of fun things to do while you’re here including hiking, swimming, and relaxing with other campers.

Address: MB-215, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 268-3335

The Manitoba Glass Works Historic Site

The ruins you’ll find in Beausejour are the remnants of Western Canada’s first glass container factory. You’ll have a great time exploring this historical site and learning about the area’s history. Pack your camera to photograph the uniqueness of the ruins left behind.

Address: Beausejour

Great Woods Park & Campground

If you feel like spending a little time in nature, there’s no better place to do it than at Great Woods Park & Campground. Book a campsite here, or come for just a day’s visit. This 120-acre park will provide you with plenty of opportunities to explore the beauty of the area. You’ll also be treated to the park’s suspension bridge over the Brokenhead River.

Address: 73033 Rd 43E, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 268-2814

St. Mary’s Catholic Church

If you’re interested in gorgeous architecture and interesting art, you won’t want to miss a visit to St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Beausejour. The church is home to several Leo Mol paintings, a renowned name in Manitoba history. You won’t want to miss an opportunity to see his incredible art!

Address: 580 Atlantic Ave, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 268-2453

 

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II. Parks and Trails

Beausejour is home to plenty of fantastic parks and walking trails. If you’re looking to get a little exercise, Train Whistle Park and Wally Chryplywy Nature Park are great places to go for a stroll and get back to nature. There are also plenty of great bike trails.

 

III. Places to Eat

 

Moe’s Diner

You can’t go wrong with a tasty meal from Moe’s Diner. This seasonal indoor restaurant offers mouth-watering food options and a friendly environment where you can enjoy your meal. It won’t take long for this restaurant to become a favourite of yours!

Address: Hwy 44 and PR 302, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 268-4748

Beausejour Dairy Bar

If you find yourself in the mood for some ice cream on a hot summer day, you’ll want to head to the Beausejour Dairy Bar. You’ll find plenty of incredible options here that are sure to make your mouth water. Come here next time you want a cold, tasty treat!

Address: 813 Park Ave, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 268-1304

Vickie’s Snack Bar

This fun, quaint restaurant has something for every meal. You’ll love the inviting atmosphere when you head here, as well as all the fantastic food options. There’s no doubt that you’ll want to return to Vickie’s Snack Bar.

Address: 719 Park Ave, Beausejour
Contact: (204) 268-1922

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