Keystone Pioneers Museum Inc. Roblin, MB.



Keystone Pioneers Museum features pioneer agricultural artifacts, a large collection of old machinery, a log cabin used by forest rangers in Duck Mountain, Makaroff Church built in 1910, a working sawmill, Roblin Hospital artifacts building and more. 


The Artifacts Building houses various theme rooms including;  general store, school, Boston café`, Roblin Review printing press, WWII displays and a miniature vehicle display.


Keystone Pioneers Museum is a seasonal museum, located 6 km. east of Roblin on Hwy #5.

         We are closed during 2020, due to Covid-19 requirements. In 2021, we hope to be open Monday to Thursday 1-5 p.m. June to end of August. (except during 2020.)  


During 2020, no tours will be available. Normally, group tours available by appointment throughout the summer & fall, call 204 937 2979.  


A Church service in the century old Makaroff United Church will take place on last Sunday in May, 2021 starting at 2 p.m. This will be the first event for the  2021 season.  

Our annual Show Day will NOT take place on the third Saturday in July 2020  at Keystone Pioneers Museum grounds.  We will postpone to 2021.

Also featured during Show Day is musical entertainment, log sawing, flour gristing, threshing,  antique tractor and vehicle parade at 4 PM, as well as viewing of the extensive collection of artifacts.

Show Day usually begins with a Pancake Breakfast at 8:30 am to noon. and ends with a parade of vehicles around 4 p.m. A food booth will serve lunch and steak supper available with reservations only. We hope to hold Show Day in 2021. 


For further information call 204-937-2979


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