Fort Dauphin Museum

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Facility:Fort Dauphin Museum
Description:Fort Dauphin Museum is surrounded by a wooden palisade representative of an 18th century fur trading post. The museum features nine buildings including a blacksmith shop, trappers cabin, one room school house, and a trading post. Displays of the fur trade, history of Dauphin, life in the parkland area from prehistoric Aboriginal life 8000 years ago through to the arrival of explorers, furtraders, the birth of the Métis and the early pioneer settlers. Features Parkland Archaeological Laboratory, a resource centre with displays and information on more than 1000 archaeological sites in the region
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Address 1:140 Jackson Street
Address 2:
City:Dauphin
State/Province:MB
Zip Code:R7N 2V1
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Hours:Regular Season Hours Open 7 days a week from 9 to 5 during July and August

Off-Season Hours Monday to Friday: 9 to 5
Admission:Admission is $4.00
Children under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult.
Telephone:(204) 638-6630
Website:http://www.dauphin.ca/tou_tsdo_museu.php
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