Explore the progress of electricity through the years while interacting with a giant talking robot made up of more than 50 household appliances. Check out the 1940s kitchen and a replica of an electric streetcar. Make your way through the Discovery Centre which features a touch table and a photo booth where you can dress up as a lineman!
The Manitoba Electrical Museum & Education Centre located at 680 Harrow Street (Winnipeg) in a converted electrical substation, is an interactive experience that’s fun for people of all ages. Come and learn how generating stations are built and how to use electricity safely.
Looking for an interesting event for the family this summer? Join us for Louie’s Family Fun Days at the museum during July and August. It’s a great way to learn about electrical safety this summer with tours, crafts, games, and short movies!
Admission and parking are free and the museum is open to the public Monday to Thursday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Walk-in visitors are welcome. Guided tours are available by appointment. To schedule a tour, or for more information, call 204-360-7905 or visit hydro.mb.ca/museum.