Celebrate electricity – Manitoba's "wonder juice" – throughout the month of May. Free admission.
May 1-30, 2013.
Come visit the Manitoba Electrical Museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
This unique museum tells the story of hydroelectric development in Manitoba from the 1870s to the present. On the lower level, a Discovery Area guides visitors through the safe use of electricity and how electrical energy works.
Located at 680 Harrow Street, the museum offers free admission and parking. It's open Monday to Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. Closed on statutory holidays.
Guided tours are available (by appointment) for the general public, school, and community groups. Maximum group size is 30. To schedule a tour, please call 204-360-7905.
The museum is a volunteer organization composed of retired members of Manitoba Hydro and the electrical industry.