New Iceland Heritage Museum

108 - 94 1st Ave, Gimli, Manitoba

(204) 642-4001

Price Range

$ (0-10)


The New Iceland Heritage Museum located in Gimli, Manitoba is dedicated to preserving the history and artifacts of the large population from Iceland who migrated to the Interlake region of Manitoba and now referred to as New Iceland.The museum is located in three sites:Waterfront Centre has a multi-media display of the history and artifacts of the immigrants.Lake Winnipeg Visitors Centre has a 500-gallon aquarium with species of fish from the lake and history and artifacts of early fishing.Gimli Public School 1915 has an original classroom and artifacts used by the Huldufólk (hidden folk) from Iceland.