Set against the trees of the beautiful Halliday Park, the Lac du Bonnet Museum a great destination to visit from May to September. Located within the beautifully restored handcrafted stacked log cabin built in 1935 by Hans Erickson for his daughter Linnea Tyndall, this is one stop you won’t want to drive by. The museum showcases our history, from our Indigenous roots to our early settlers. Visitors of all ages can immerse themselves in the interactive exhibits and get up close to the unique objects and photos that tell the exciting stories that shaped Lac du Bonnet and the province of Manitoba.
Discover the stories of those whose visions and ideas created the Lac du Bonnet area, and open the door to discovering the history of hydro dam construction, railways, aviation, timber brick, pulp, fishing, mining, tourism, hunting, trapping, forestry, and farming contributed to the development of the area. You’ll find the museum and its historic treasures at the corner of highways 502 and 313, near the Winnipeg River Bridge.