Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - Manitoba


A constant energy of lively music and festive charm known to Brandon makes the city an entertaining Canadian vacation stop. Not uncommonly, visitors to Brandon Manitoba will hear the expression “Westman”, Brandon’s second name, pertaining to Brandon’s location in the South Western Region of Manitoba.
The aptly named “Westman” city is an agriculture hub within Manitoba’s provincial boundaries and boasts annual events and festivals such as; the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba, the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair (March), the Manitoba Summer Fair (June), the Manitoba Livestock Expo (November), AgDays (January, is Canada's largest indoor Agricultural Trade Show and Program), and the Brandon Folk Music and Arts Festival (late July). Along with a rich arts community, visitors can also partake in the Brandon Festival of the Arts (February - March), the Brandon Jazz Festival, the Lieutenant Governors Winter Festival (February, a celebration of the city’s multi-culturalism), local theatre and school performances, and the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba. Blend in the lively nightlife dinning and clubs and visitors get in the home-grown Brandon energy! The grass roots feel of agriculture brings to mind the long horizons, great golf courses, and camping opportunities for families and outdoor enthusiasts alike.


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Daly House Museum

Enjoy a guided tour through the original home of Brandon’s first Mayor, Thomas Mayne Daly.

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Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium

Seldom does a building offer so much in variety and versatility in such beautiful surroundings.

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(Concert/Performance, Dance, Film/Movie/Video, Music, Orchestra/Symphony Orchestra, Performing Arts, Theatres)
The B.J. Hales Museum

The B.J. Hales Museum is a small natural history museum located at Brandon University in Manitoba, Canada.

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 Air Training Plan Museum

This is Canada’s only Air Museum dedicated solely to those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during the 1939-1945 War.

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The RCA Museum

Canada's National Artillery Museum, a Manitoba Star Attraction and one of the largest military museums in the country.

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Carousels and Dolls Doll Museum

Carousels and Dolls Doll Museum houses the largest collection of modern and reproductional dolls in the prairie region and a large collection of 20th century dolls and early.

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Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba

The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba seeks to highlight, reflect and reveal through the visual arts the many influences, histories and cultures that comprise Brandon and southwestern Manitoba.

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(Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Public Art Gallery)
Manitoba Agriculture Hall of Fame Inc.

Dedicated to formally and publicly recognizing individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the betterment of agriculture and rural living in Manitoba.

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