Keystone Pioneer Museum

Three historical buildings are on the property: the restored Elaschuk House, a designated provincial heritage site, features a thatched roof and clay walls and contains pioneer artifacts; Dunlop Cabin, a pioneer log home; and Makaroff United Church, built in 1910. A school room, general store, hospital room, press room and café are staged in one large building. Antique machinery on display includes a 1915 Case steam engine, a restored Model T truck and a rare 1914-15 Minneapolis tractor. Annually on the second Sunday in July, enjoy bread from a clay oven, horse-drawn buggy rides, a threshing demonstration, fiddling and more.

Located 6 km (4 miles) east of Roblin on PTH5.
Open May through early September, Monday to Thursday, 1:00 ? 5:00 p.m.
Phone 204-937-2935. Group tours can be arranged by calling 204-937-2979