Manitoba Children's Museum
Located next to the Oodena Celebration Circle, the Manitoba Children's Museum is a non-profit, charitable Children's museum featuring twelve permanent galleries. Originally opened at a different location in 1986, the museum's moved to its current building at the Forks in 1994. The museum is now housed in the former Kinsmen Building, which is the oldest surviving train repair facility in Manitoba, having been built in 1889.
The museum underwent $10 million in renovations in 2011, including the addition of the Buhler Welcome Centre.
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