50 Mac Street

May 27, 2017 & May 28, 2017
Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 5:00pm

Seven Oaks House is often referred to as the oldest habitable home in Winnipeg. It was constructed between 1851 & 1853 by John Inkster and was continuously lived in until 1954. Furnished with Inkster family belongings and other period pieces, Seven Oaks House is now a museum that provides visitors with a fascinating glimpse of life at the Red River Settlement. When construction was completed in 1853, an imposing structure stood on the second rise up from the Red River. Seven Oaks House and grounds are now open to the public daily in the spring and summer. Guided tours available. Park & buildings open. Space for picnics. Community history displays.

Facilities at this location:

WashroomsParking