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Henderson HousePhoto Credit: Neil Christofferson

94 Hampton St West

Contact: Karla Gurke
Phone: 204-685-2202

The Henderson House was built in 1920. It is a catalogue home much like an Eaton’s home; however, this home was purchased from the Aladdin home catalogue. These homes were sold through the local lumber yard at the time. The first owner was the bank manager. The fourth owner, Margaret Eadie Henderson, donated the property to the town of MacGregor with the stipulation the grounds be turned into a park for all to enjoy. Eadie believed the old house would be a good tea house. The Henderson House committee has been working to restore the 1920's look and complete Eadie's vision. Henderson House is available to rent for smaller functions. Donations are gratefully accepted.

Located in the same building as the North Norfolk-MacGregor Library. For information on Archives, please email or see the Library & Archives page on our website.

Manitoba Agricultural Museum
3 km South of the #1 Hwy on Hwy #34

The museum collects vintage farm machinery and buildings. To date they have over 500 pieces of machinery and the Homesteaders' Village which consists of more than 20 buildings with artifacts. The facilities include camping, picnic grounds, and their gift shop.
The museum offers various tours and hands on experiences. Some of the major events include the Manitoba Threshermen's Reunion & Stampede, Winter Wonderland, and various other expositions.
Check out their website for more info!
Annual Events/Projects:

January - Early Bird Membership and Volunteer Camping Renewals
February - Louis Riel Day Celebration
March - Membership and Volunteer Camping Renewals Early Bird Deadline
April - AGM
May - Mother’s Day Quilt Show, Manitoba Day Celebration, School Hands-On Program begins
June - Senior’s Day, Father’s Day, School Hands-On Program
July - Relic Run, Manitoba Threshermen’s Reunion & Stampede
September - Canadian Food Grains Bank Harvest (every 2nd year)
December - Winter Wonderland