Explore five, original, slope-shouldered wooden grain elevators built in the golden age of Canada’s grain trade
Explore at your own pace with self-guided walking tours
Learn more with videos, pictures, signs, displays, and artifacts.
Get up close and personal with an interpretive tour – great for schools and other groups.
Summer Hours June 2018 – Sept 3 2018:
We are open for the season but regular staffing will not be in place until June 16/18. However, the elevators are always here so please stop by for a self guided walking tour.
For a glimpse of the vanishing past, make the detour to tiny Inglis. A stunning row of five 1920s grain elevators – the sentinels of the Manitoba prairie – are in the process of being restored to their original splendor. Inside the creaky interior of the Paterson elevator, exhibits capture the thin lives where success or failure rested with the whims of commodity brokers. Inglis is 20km north of the Yellowhead Hwy (Hwy 16) near the … [Read More...]
The Roblin Review By Ed Doering Not only did Lonely Planet rate Canada its number one destination for 2017, the world’s leading travel media company has put the Inglis Elevators in the Top 10 list of sights to see – at number 7 – in the country. Lonely Planet also puts the historic row of elevators in the top spot in Manitoba, ahead of attractions such as the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, the Forks, the Assiniboine Park Zoo and the … [Read More...]