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Dauphin

Architectural Walking Tour of Dauphin (Dauphin)

Take a stroll along one of Dauphin's architectural tour routes. Discover a variety of architectural styles found in turn-of-the-century homes, buildings and churches. Visit www.dauphin.ca to print off a copy of the Architectural Walking Tour brochure, or call for more information.

Toll Free:
1-877-566-5669


Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival Boutique (Dauphin)

Art, clothing and decor produced both by local artisans and some from Ukraine.

Phone:
204-622-4600


CNR Station and Park (Dauphin)

This station, constructed in 1912, provided a vital link for settlers immigrating to the Parkland region. A local historical site, the station is undergoing restoration, and will eventually house the Rail Heritage Museum. The adjacent park path meanders around a variety of fruit trees.


Dauphin Court House Building (Dauphin)

Built in the Neo-classical style, the stately Dauphin Court House Building was designed in 1916 by local architect J.H. Bossons, and officially opened in 1917.


Dauphin Experiences (Dauphin)

Visit a working honey farm or learn how to grind whaet and bake bread in a clay oven, or how to thatch a roofas part of the Dauphin Experiences offered by Tourism Dauphin.

Phone:
622-3216


Dauphin Farmers Market (Dauphin)

Market takes places Fridays (July 6 until September 28) from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm at the Rotary Arena.

Phone:
204-548-2244


Dauphin Rail Museum (Dauphin)

Housed in the magnificent brick Canadian Northern Railway Station, and next to an active CN and VIA line, the museum contains artifacts, pictures, and archival material related to 100 years of railway service in the region. A model railroad depicting the rail facilities circa 1954 is on display. Open May long weekend to September long weekend, or by appointment.

Phone:
204-638-5495


Dauphin Snowmobile Club (Dauphin)

Dauphin Snowmobile Club maintains trails near Dauphin. Call for trail information.

Phone:
204-638-5918

Phone:
204-648-4974


Durston Honey Farm (Dauphin)

Phone:
638-6515


Fort Dauphin Museum (Dauphin)

Built to resemble an 18th-century fur trade post, the museum includes an authentic blacksmith shop, a trapper's cabin, a pioneer log house dating from 1892, and a one-room school built in 1894. Also contains the Parkland Regional Laboratory, with information on more than 1,000 archaeological sites in the Parkland area.

Phone:
204-638-6630


Hidden Place (Dauphin)

Phone:
638-6357


Hidden Valley Farm (Dauphin)

Saskatoon berry, pinchberry and chokecherry farm. Call for availability and picking dates.

Phone:
204-638-6357


Hidden Valley Sanctuary (Dauphin)

Donated by the late trapper, naturalist and photographer, Gordon Mitchell, this Manitoba Wildlife Sanctuary offers excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing, hiking, fishing and snowshoeing. There is also a picnic site.

Phone:
204-638-6450


Historic Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Resur­rection (Dauphin)

Constructed by volunteers during the peak of the Depression, this splendid church, a National Heritage site, features the early Kievan style of Byzantine architecture. Guided tours, complete with traditional Ukrainian cuisine, are available upon request.

Phone:
204-638-5511

Phone:
204-638-4618


Kelly's (Dauphin)

Saskatoon berry farm. Call for availability and picking dates.

Phone:
204-638-8636


Kelly's (Dauphin)

Saskatoons

Phone:
638-8636


Koshowski's (Dauphin)

Strawberry farm. Call for availability and picking dates.

Phone:
204-638-6661


Koshowski's (Dauphin)

Strawberries

Phone:
638-6661


Lt. Col. Wm. (Billy) Barker VC Commemorative Plaque (Dauphin)

This plaque commemorates Barker's national recognition as one of the most celebrated war heroes of World War I. An ace pilot, this young man from Dauphin gained international prominence and recognition and was awarded the Victoria Cross.


Rondile farms (Dauphin)

Saskatoons

Phone:
638-4274


Scenic Ridge Berry Farm (Dauphin)

Strawberry farm. Call for availability and picking dates.

Phone:
204-638-9023


Selo Ukraina Ukrainian Heritage Village and Memorial Park (Dauphin)

An outdoor 10,000-seat amphitheatre, auditorium and multipurpose facilities offer a unique venue for festivals and entertainment such as Canada's National Ukrainian Festival, Dauphin's Countryfest and Jesus Manifest. Located on the northern escarpment of Riding Mountain, the site includes a pioneer village and Ukrainian artifact museum. A memorial site pays tribute to historic people and events. Call for tour information.

Phone:
204-638-1345


Watson Art Centre (Dauphin)

The original Dauphin Town Hall, built in 1905, has been restored and now features a small art gallery and an auditorium. Designated as a provincial heritage site.

Phone:
204-638-6231


Western Sky Apiaries (Dauphin)

Phone:
638-7691