Originally constructed at the forks of the Red and Assiniboine rivers in 1809-10, Fort Gibraltar was a North West Company trading post. Fort Gibraltar played an impressive role in the development of the Red River Settlement and the legendary conflict between the two fur trading empires: the North West and Hudson’s Bay companies.

During the summer, Fort Gibraltar is a historical site featuring colorful characters living to the beat of 1815. Our guided tour lasts approximately 2 hours. Fort Gibraltar is located in Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg, Manitoba just minutes from downtown. Free parking is available on site.

Admission

The summer historical interpretation center at Fort Gibraltar is now closed for the season. Sorry for the inconvenience!

For group tours please contact Nicolas Audette at 204.237.7692 or by e-mail at naudette@festivalvoyageur.mb.ca.  

  • Adult - $ 10.00 (18 years + )
  • Youth or Senior - $ 6.00 (6-17 years or 65 years +)
  • Child - FREE (5 years and under)
  • Family pack - Up to 2 adults and 4 youths or seniors for $ 26.00

Group reservations (10 or more people)
(204) 237-7692 / info@heho.ca

For more information please contact us at 204.237.7692
* Please note that special events are not restricted by these hours and can be booked seven days a week.

Hours of operation 

May 15 to June 30, 2017

Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

July 1 to August 27, 2017

Wednesday and Thursday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Friday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Monday and Tuesday: Closed

 

Summer School Program

Presented by MTS

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For all information in regards to the School Program click here!

Registration form

 

Group tours

Visit of three cabins within Fort Gibraltar as well as two activities! Contact us for more information!


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Fort Gibraltar is among the top 30 things to do in Winnipeg according to travelers on TripAdvisor! Read the rave reviews from past visitors.

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