Activities and experiences

Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site

The Lower Fort Garry grounds are open for visitors to enjoy. The Visitor Centre, washrooms and all historic buildings are closed.

Through hands-on interpretive experiences, immerse yourself in the lives and legends of the Hudson’s Bay Company fur trappers, hear stories of the First Nations people, and experience how Hudson’s Bay Company employees lived.

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Public programs

Enhance your visit to Lower Fort Garry by taking part in one or more of our workshops.

A Walk Through History

Take a stroll through the grounds, watch historical demonstrations and participate in interactive activities led by costumed interpreters.

Indigenous programming area

See the buffalo hide and marvel at the intricate details holding the wigwams in place.

Calendar of events

From special activities to memorable experiences, check out what’s happening at Lower Fort Garry!

Knowledge Sharing Series

Come to Lower Fort Garry to enjoy First Nations cultural perspectives from Ian Ross, Lisa Meeches, Carl Stone and Wilfred Buck.

Tours and programs

Click through for what we offer for school programs, tour groups and all visitors to Lower Fort Garry.

Just for kids

Take a look at fun kids activities, including Club Parka, Xplorer booklets and birthdays!

School programs

Check out fun, interactive school programs for early, middle and senior years students.

Red chairs

Join Parks Canada visitors across the country and have your Red Chair moment at Lower Fort Garry.

Volunteer

If you like performing, gardening, costuming or being creative, there’s a volunteer position for you at Lower Fort Garry!

Things to do

Geocaching Geocaching
Hiking Hiking
Notice board Interpretive trail
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