The Municipality of Norfolk Treherne is located half way between Brandon and Winnipeg on Highway #2. We have several attractions to keep you busy during your stay here no matter what the season!
If you are visiting during the summer make sure you stop by the Tourist booth located on Railway Avenue in Treherne. This is also the location of the Bottle Buildings - a tourist attraction unique to our community! This attraction includes a house, church, outhouse and wishing well all made of glass bottles. Definitely a must see!
The Treherne Museum is home to a wide variety of antique and pioneer artifacts from the area. The outside of the buildings are brightly adorned with picturesque murals displaying scenes from Treherne and area of years gone by. The buildings house a replica of the town, various collections, and First Nations artifacts. Other items on site include a fully furnished pioneer house, blacksmith shop, and antique farm machinery.
The Pinkerton Lakes are a wildlife refuge located in the Municipality of Norfolk Treherne, just South of Treherne. This natural site portrays the area’s wildlife and bird populations.
In the winter we have it all from skating, curling, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, snow shoeing, snowmobiling and bowling.
Come see why so many people return to the Municipality of Norfolk Treherne every year!
Wifi hotspot located at the picnic shelter in the Cottonwood Campground courtesy of Sunrise Credit Union and Municipality of Norfolk Treherne (available during the campground's open season.)