The holidays are always such a magical time, and it's about to get even more magical if you live in Manitoba. If you're looking to experience a winter wonderland heaven in Manitoba, you're in luck because this small town will be completely transformed into a holiday heaven for the Christmas season.
Homesteader’s Village, which is located a few hours from Winnipeg, will become a "Winter Wonderland" for the holidays this year. The village is a part of the Manitoba Agricultural Museum, which is located in Austin, Manitoba.
You'll feel like you're going back in time to a historic style, magical holiday experience. The Homesteader's Village will be decorated for the Christmas season. There will even be free sleigh rides!
No event is complete without food or drinks, and this is no exception. At Homesteader Village, you'll be able to warm up by their bonfire or with a cup of hot chocolate, coffee or tea. There will also be hotdog snacks.
This holiday event will only take place for two weekends only! It will start on December 14th and run until the 16th and again the weekend after on the 21st to 23rd. The event will take place from 4 PM to 8 PM. Admission is $8 per vehicle, and includes the free sleigh rides.
You can find out more about the Homesteader Village on the Manitoba Agricultural Museum website.
Disclaimer: the cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.
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