Preserving the

Roots of the Past

Arborg Heritage Village

The Arborg Heritage Village showcases the history of Arborg and the District in a fun and educational way! From May to September, we invite you to come step into the past. Walk in the footsteps of the first settlers of the area. Our experienced tour guides will be delighted to share with you the storied past of this wonderful area. The Heritage Village also features a seasonal campground complete with electric, bathrooms, and showers. We also have the Heritage Hall which is available to rent year round!

Latest News

  • Home of New National Plaque

    The Arborg & District multicultural Heritage Village is Proud new owner of a nation plaque that was unveiled on August 22, 2014 at 11:00 am. 

    This plaque was part of the National 100 Plaque Project that was put into effect to raise awareness of the the Ukrainian-Canadians as well as many Italians, Germans, Serbians, Armenians, etc that were put into one of 24 different internment camps all across Canada during both of the World Wars and also the Quebec crisis of 1970. These people were forced into slave labour, had to report to authorities on a weekly basis, and got their civil rights stripped from them not because they committed any felony, but because of who they were and where they came from. 100 communities across Canada were chosen to unveil a plaque identical to ours at the very same time to honour those who were treated unfairly. We were extremely honoured to have been chosen to be a home for the plaque. It has been mounted in our interpretive center for all to see. 


Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday: 10am-4pm
Admission: $5.00 - Adults
$3.00 - Children 2-12
Under 2 FREE
Seasonal: May Long weekend to Sept. long weekend