Experience the Rich Agricultural Heritage of the Area
Why Go? Come out to Musée St. Paul Museum and explore the history of rich agriculture that St. Paul and region was built on. Varied displays throughout showcase the ways in which farming and agricultural pursuits have evolved throughout the years from when homesteaders first began to settle the area. Additionally, there is a trapper’s cabin with furs, a farm kitchen, general store and barber shop add further nuances to the historical path that formed St. Paul and region.
Check out their new exhibits featuring a First Nations display, Household Tasks display, and the Open Shed to view historical farming equipment. For information on all of their upcoming events, check out their Facebook page!
What’s Unique? Explore the historic Destrubé House – a building that was owned by some of the earliest settlers northeast of St. Paul.
Hours of Operation: June-August Daily 10 am – 4 pm Sept – May Wed & Thurs 10 am