Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Heritage Winnipeg
2 followers
2 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Adaptive Art Deco - The Women's Tribute Memorial Lodge
The year was 1931. The world had just entered the Great Depression, following the collapse of Wall Street and other stock markets around the globe. The Lost Generation, who lived through the horrors of the Great War, were still recovering from its effects. ...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Heritage at Risk: Mathewson House - Dalnavert's "Big Sister"
Dalnavert House is well known in the heritage and historic communities in Winnipeg as a beautiful restoration of a Victorian home. Still more people are aware of Dalnavert's owner, the Honourable Hugh John Macdonald, son of Prime Minister John A. Macdonald....
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A Tour through Time with the Exchange District BIZ
The Exchange District BIZ holds a number of historical guided walking tours, both 90-minute general tours and 60-minute special interest tours. Last week, Heritage Winnipeg staff & students had the opportunity to experience two of these fantastic tours. If ...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Step Back in Time at Dalnavert House
Earlier this summer, some of us at Heritage Winnipeg had the pleasure of visiting Dalnavert Museum and Visitor's Centre at 61 Carlton Street to experience the wonders of a Victorian house. Truly a step back in time, Dalnavert exceeded expectations and is ce...
Step Back in Time at Dalnavert House
Step Back in Time at Dalnavert House
heritagewinnipeg.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Heritage Winnipeg: Forty Years on the Front Lines of Conservation
Heritage Winnipeg is a not-for-profit charitable organization that promotes the restoration, rehabilitation, and preservation of Winnipeg's built heritage. The Heritage Winnipeg office is currently located at 509-63 Albert Street in the heart of the west Ex...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The International Harvester Building - Cultivating Community
The International Harvester Building is located at 782 Main Street on North Main, which was created after the arrival of the railroad in 1882. Built in 1904, the building is currently being recommended for heritage designation.  International Harvester Buil...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Upper Fort Garry - A Mosaic of Manitoba
Written by Natassja Brien for Heritage Winnipeg Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park (southwest corner of Broadway and Main) is built on the site of the original Upper Fort Garry and is the birthplace of Manitoba. It is recognized as a federal, provincial, and ...
Upper Fort Garry - A Mosaic of Manitoba
Upper Fort Garry - A Mosaic of Manitoba
heritagewinnipeg.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
City Hall - The Heart of Winnipeg's Decision Making
Written by Natassja Brien for Heritage Winnipeg The current City Hall is the third of Winnipeg's municipal government centres. It was built in 1962-1963 and officially opened in 1964. A classic and defining example of the Modernist style of architecture, Ci...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Pantages Playhouse Theatre - "Unequalled Vaudeville"
Written by Natassja Brien for Heritage Winnipeg The Pantages Playhouse Theatre is one of of 75 theatres (today only six remain) built by Alexander Pantages in the early 20th century, and is the last-standing vaudeville theatre in Winnipeg. It is located at ...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Ross House -
Written by Natassja Brien for Heritage Winnipeg Ross House Museum, owned by the city of Winnipeg, is located at 140 Meade St. N in North Point Douglas, and has been opened annually in the summertime since 1953, barring 1984 when it was moved from Higgins Av...
Ross House -
Ross House -
heritagewinnipeg.blogspot.com
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded