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Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site of CanadaHistory will unfold before your eyes at this restored 19th century fort where costumed staff recreate the 1850s in the Red River Valley. Come and meet the Governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company as he...more
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Recently came here with my husband and 2 children (8 and 5). I had not been here since i was a child and was unsure what to expect. We all had a great time and all left feeling like we learned something, which is exactly...More
Staff are very friendly, the restaurant doesn't really have too much on their menu, but the home made soup was very tastey.
Would love to see home made buns and other choices for salads instead of just caeser salad.
Our waitress was excellent.
Enjoyed our couple of hours here, but felt it was more for overseas visitors or children. Its vety spaced out so wear good comfy shoes. The main house was shut on our visit but we got in free as all parks are free this year...More
Allow enough time to walk around leisurely. Wear comfortable shoes and I recommend a hat and sunglasses. Also, take a bottle or two of water in your carry-bag. Some people had umbrellas but I can't be bothered toting one of those around.
If you can...More
Brought a group of pre-teens here for a day of history and exploring. It was cool to be brought back in time to another era in the Red River Valley.
All the staff at Lower Fort Garry were fantastic with keeping in their roles. The...More
We went there at a time when the buildings were closed however we were able to walk around all of the buildings with a map and able to view how well they are kept up as well as how nice it would be were the...More