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La Crete Mennonite Heritage Village

Mennonite House

Mennonite Home
gives you the feel for what a house would look like on the prairies. The main part of the house is showing. Attached is the stable. The stable was attached to prevent horse thief and it was easier to check on the animals in the winter. The house also has a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms downstairs and two bedrooms upstairs. In the middle of the house runs a fireplace to give central heating.

Flour Mill

Flour Mill
was built out of a battle for competition against the Hudson's Bay Company. The Mill is fully operational and demonstration are given during the summer months.



Old Barn




Gibb House

Peter Gibb's House
holds many treasures of the past that you would need in pioneer life.



General StoreOld General Store
is used to store the maintenance tools and equipment for the Mennonite Village.





Inside the Menonnite Store

is filled with old magazines, old oil cans, tobacco tin, furs, hides, toys, drills and much more.





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