The Ross House Museum is a historical gem located in the city of Winnipeg, offering a glimpse into the early days of settlement and commerce in the region. This museum is housed in a well-preserved 19th-century fur trading post, providing visitors with a tangible connection to Manitoba’s history.

The museum’s exhibits and guided tours showcase the fur trade era, early pioneer life, and the role of the Hudson’s Bay Company in the development of Manitoba. Ross House is a time capsule that transports visitors back to a bygone era of fur trading, exploration, and the fur trade’s impact on the province.

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