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Second Chance Car Museum

Located on Vanzile Street in Treherne, the Second Chance Car Museum is Norfolk Treherne's hidden gem.  Established in 2019, the building is 25,000 square feet and is capable of holding over 100 cars and is usually full. The cars currently being stored range from years 1918 to 2018. This museum is every car enthusiasts dream and a must to see for all. 

Admission by donation.    Contact number for hours and availability  1-204-208-0526

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Glass Bottle Buildings 

The late Bob Cain, was the proud builder of a series of glass bottle structures located on his farm just north of town. It's been several years now since the whole adventure began, and visitors still come from far and wide to visit. In 2007 these structures were moved into Treherne to the corner park at Railway Avenue and Alexander Street.

Admission is by donation. For more information call the Norfolk Treherne Community Development Corporation at 204-723-2044 EXT 2225

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Treherne Museum

The Treherne Museum offers you a marvelous variety of objects from early life in the area. The museum was left to the Town of Treherne by the late George Alexander (Sandy) Matchett in 1976 and was officially opened to the public in the summer of 1978. One of the largest gun collections in Western Canada! 

For more information during the open season call 204-723-2621 or email Like the Treherne Museum on Facebook!

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