Kenosewun Visitor Centre and Museum

Located 21 km north of Winnipeg, Kenosewun Visitor Centre and Museum is a provincially operated facility. The archaeological site interprets the evolution of Aboriginal cultures in the Red River area.

Kenosewun Visitor Centre and Museum

Located 21 km north of Winnipeg, Kenosewun Visitor Centre and Museum is a provincially operated facility. The archaeological site interprets the evolution of Aboriginal cultures in the Red River area. In particular, the site explores the significance of archaeological finds at St Andrew's Rapids and what these tell us about material culture, land use and other issues.

The name Kenosewun means "place of many fishes," but fish were only one part of a complex way of life that also included hunting bison and other game and, after about 1400, the cultivation of corn: the northernmost identified site of pre-European horticulture in North America. The museum and site are open to the public from mid-May to early September.