Harvest the Past, Sow the Future



Established in 1967, the Pioneer Village Museum recreates a small rural 

Manitoba community in the early 1900s. Housed within the grounds is a home, railway station, barbershop, blacksmith shop, school, community hall, and store, just to name a few. 

Most of the pioneers of this region were of Polish, Ukrainian, or German descent, coming from the areas known as Galicia and Volhynia. These pioneers had to face many hardships in carving out the wilderness and learning to adapt to a new way of life. Many artifacts depicting the lifestyle of the early pioneers of the surrounding area are located in these buildings.

Broken Beau Historical Society Pioneer Village Museum Inc.



The Pioneer Village Museum is primarily operated by volunteers, members of the Broken Beau Historical Society. If you have some time to spare, and want to help a great organization while learning about your heritage, email us at: PioneerVillageMuseum@gmail.com 

or download the application PDF below.

Volunteers are needed for:

  • building maintenance
  • building construction
  • equipment maintenance
  • equipment repair
  • collections
  • archives
  • displays
  • concession
  • special events
  • entertainment


Visit Us


Open July & August

Monday to Friday 

     9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday 

     9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Museum Admission Fees

General admission  $5.00

Age 12 and under  FREE


Membership Fees

General Membership  $10.00

- Free admission during regular season, not including Heritage Day

Supporter Membership  $25.00

- General membership benefits
- Tax receipt issued

General Meetings are typically the first Thursday of each month,  7:00 pm at the museum (subject to change)

Annual General Meeting is held in April.  (2019 meeting: Thursday, April 4

volunteerbrochure2019 (pdf)


Pioneer Village Museum

7th Street Beausejour, Manitoba

(204) 268-5535

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