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Downtown Scene - A view of downtown Brandon in the 1920s, between 10th and 11th Streets.
(Source: Albertype Company / Library and Archives Canada / PA-032863)
Sir Clifford Sifton House - 113 Princess Avenue East. Sir Clifford represented Brandon in the House of Commons from 1896 to 1911, serving as Minister of the Interior and Superintendent of Indian Affairs.
(Source: Alf Fowler Collection, S.J. McKee Archives, Brandon University)
Stanley Park - In its early days, Stanley Park had an impressive band shell.
(Source: Clark J. Smith, Lawrence Stuckey Collection, S.J. McKee Archives, Brandon University)
Rosser Avenue, 1913 - Citizens crowd the streets of downtown Brandon in 1913 for one of the first runs of the Brandon Streetcar system.
(Source: Clark J. Smith, Lawrence Stuckey Collection, S.J. McKee Archives, Brandon University)
Street Scene - Rosser Avenue in 1883
(Source: Provincial Archives of Manitoba)

Explore Brandon’s heritage at this year’s Doors Open Brandon event, taking place July 20th and 21st!

This year marks the 12th annual Doors OpenBrandon, an exciting two-day event that allows citizens to tour some of Brandon’s beautiful historic buildings and learn more about our city’s heritage.


The Brandon Veterans' Memorial Sub-Committee needs your help to raise funds for a Veterans' Memorial.

Be part of this exciting project!

Update; Nov 2013

The Brandon Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee and the Veterans' Memorial Sub-Committee are pleased to note the progress to the Veterans' Memorial and greenspace site.  The western portion of the greenspace is completed, the three monuments have been raised and the eastern portion of the greenspace need only the sod laid and greenery planted in the spring.  Following this will be the erection of the Veterans' Wall of Rememberance.

We take this opportunity to ask for the generous citizens of Brandon and surrounding areas, as well as service organizations and interested groups, to continue to donate to this project as we are still making our way towards our financial goal.


Build Heritage

A comprehensive collection of Brandon’s most visible heritage resources - our historic buildings.

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Walking Tour

Explore Brandon’s architecturally significant neighbourhoods.

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Photo Gallery

A visual tour of Brandon’s history, in pictures.

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