Hillcrest Museum

Région touristique : Westman

Large stone and brick house built in 1910 by Fred Sowden, son of Squire Sowden, the founder of Souris. Site includes an agricultural display and a restored CPR caboose.



Adresse : 
26 Crescent Ave. East
Souris, Manitoba
R0K 2C0

Téléphone : 204-483-2008

Adresse postale : 
Hillcrest Museum
P.O. Box 1287, Souris, Manitoba
R0K 2C0

Heures d'ouverture

Période : Seasonal

School Tours by appointment in June.
Daily in July and August.

Ouvert : Open on Sundays in June, 2:00 to 4:00
Daily in July and August, 10:00 to 6:00

Droits d'entrée

Droits d'entrée : Charged
Adults: $3.00
Students: $2.00

Renseignements sur les collections

Artifacts found in an early 1900's home. Agricultural tools and equipment. Aboriginal artifacts. Photo albums. Books and newspapers. Display of over 5100 mounted butterflies and moths from around the world.


Community and military archives containing documents and photographs.

Photographs • Textual Records

Arts décoratifs

Ceramics, Porcelain or Pottery • Costumes • Furniture or Furnishings • Metalwork, Silverwork or Goldwork • Musical Instruments • Textiles or Tapestries


Culture :
Canadian • Aboriginal or First Nations

Média :
Painting • Prints and Drawings

Divers :
Religious Art

Histoire humaine

Agriculture • Costumes and Accessories • Currency • Furniture or Furnishings • Household Objects or Domestic Technology • Imaging : Photographs • Local History • Maps, Charts, Plans or Blueprints • Musical Instruments • Sports Equipment

Sciences naturelles

Collections biologiques ou plantes et animaux
Zoology : Invertebrates : Insects (Insecta)

Services et activités

Services de recherche

Conservation or Restoration

Information aux Visiteurs

Guided Tours : English • Information Centre or Desk
Autre : Famous Souris Swinging Bridge nearby.

Services de bénévoles

Tâches : School tours and hostesses in the house and hosts at the agriculture building.

Publications et produits

Museum Guide • Postcards

Image mettant en vedette le musée Hillcrest Museum