The Winnipegosis Museum is dedicated to the preservation of artifacts that reflect and illustrate the history of the village of Winnipegosis, Manitoba, and its surrounding community. It is a project of the Winnipegosis Historical Society.
The Winnipegosis Museum is housed in the original Canadian National Railway Station that was built in 1897 and sits in the centre of the business district. The museum celebrates and illustrates the lifestyles of the early immigrants with exhibits of artifacts from the community. These exhibits include the early Icelandic and Ukrainian settlers, as well as the natural history of the Cree, Salteux and Metis. It was common for the early settlers to raise as many as twelve children in a one room house. The museum has a large collection of original artifacts.
The Winnipegosis Museum celebrated its "Grand Re-Opening" on July 10, 2015 as part of the 100th anniversary of the Village of Winnipegosis