The Nellie McClung Heritage Site is temporarily closed in 2020 as we work to construct modern washrooms, connect running water, and complete restoration work on the Log House. Our apologies for the inconvenience. Thanks for your patience and see you next year!
Come visit the only two of Nellie McClung’s homes in Canada that are open to visitors.
In Manitou, Nellie met and married Wes McClung (1896), wrote her Canadian best seller Sowing Seeds in Danny (1908), and launched her national career as a brilliant speaker and champion of women’s and human rights.
Come walk in her footsteps at the Nellie McClung Heritage Site in Manitou, Manitoba – a town she called home for nearly 20 years.
Admission: By donation
June 15 - September 15, open weekends and holidays from 1 to 5 PM
Off Season Hours:
Year round by appointment
About the Museum:
The Darlingford School Heritage Museum is a four room school house with original pressed tin ceilings, built in 1910. Artifacts reflect early community life. The museum is situated next to Heritage War Memorial Park.