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Canada Travel Guide - Manitoba

Morden

Morden is a large town of approximately 6550, located in the Pembina Valley region of southern Manitoba, Canada. Morden is less than ten minutes west of neighbouring Winkler. Together, the two towns function as a regional hub for commerce, agriculture and industry.

The Corn and Apple Festival with free corn and apple cider is held every year on the last weekend of August. During the weekend of the festival, the town closes off the downtown from vehicles and transforms Stephen St. into a festival grounds. It is the largest festival in the Pembina Valley.

 

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The Pembina Hills Art Centre

The gallery displays a wide selection of original arts and crafts, ideal gifts and souvenirs.

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(Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Public Art Gallery)
Dogtown - Something for all ages!

Dogtown is an old-fashioned village which was designed and built by Linda Marie Rempel who is a collector extraordinaire.

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Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre

The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre has the largest collection of Cretaceous-period marine reptile fossils in Canada. The prize exhibit is 'Bruce' a 43 foot long mosasaur. 'Bruce' is the largest mosasaur in Canada!

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Morden Murals

Morden has a total of eight murals.

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Baseball Hall of Fame

Be a part of Manitoba's Heritage by coming to see the outstanding teams, players, coaches, officials, and builders of baseball from the past and present.

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Pembina Threshermen's Museum

On the grounds you will find the Morden CPR Station built in 1905, a traditional Mennonite house, the Roseisle United Church, the Pomeroy School, the Braun log house, a log N.W.M.P. post, and a 'semlin', built three feet into the ground with sod for a roo

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