St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park

St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park illustrates how a natural landscape used for hunting, fishing and camping by Aboriginal peoples evolved into a French-speaking Métis settlement, then a French-Canadian agricultural community of the pre-World War I period.

The restored Turenne and Bohémier houses are representative of the post-1870 era. Also located in the park, but not restored, is Delorme House which belonged to a prominent Métis citizen, Pierre Delorme.

Park Interpreters will greet you in the Visitor Reception Centre and offer guided tours of the historic homes.

Located at 40 Turnbull Drive, 1 km south of the St. Norbert Bridge (just off Pembina Highway PTH 75).

Summer 2017 Visitor Reception Centre Open Hours
June, July & August

Thursdays 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays

*Open hours are subject to interpreter availability.  Please check local events posters or contact the Visitor Reception Centre to confirm open hours.

For further information, contact:
Parks & Protected Spaces
Head of Interpretation
Box 52, 200 Saulteaux Crescent
Winnipeg, MB R3J 3W3 

Visitor Reception Centre: 204-945-4236 (summer only)