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Cadurcis Home

Minnedosa, Manitoba
House Museum/Homestead
3rd Avenue Northeast, Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada
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Opens July 1st and runs till Labour Day. The village is available for tours all year round by appointment Admission Adults @10.00 Seniors $8.00, Youth 5-15 $3.00 Under 5 Free, Family (2 adults & Children under 15 ) $20.00 Attend our Heritage Day Saturday August 17th
The Cadurcis House was moved from the Cadurcis district (west of Minnedosa) to the Heritage Village in 1999 and completely restored to a comfortable, cozy, family home. It was newly painted in 2012. It is furnished with period pieces and is a definite must see!
The original part of this house was built around 1910, with latest additions constructed about 1915. The farm was bought by the Dickie family in 1917, with water works and an electric Delco plant installed at that time. Frank and Christie Dickie lived there from their marriage in 1921 until 1945. The farm was then sold to Laurie and Jenny Thierry.
The house features 3 bedrooms upstairs and a 2nd floor balcony off the master bedroom providing a view of the Little Saskatchewan River, nature trails and bison compound. There is a traditional open-air covered front porch. The 1st floor of the house includes a closed-in porch, large kitchen with stove and fainting couch, kitchen pantry, dining room and parlour. Other features include hardwood floors, leaded glass windows with character exterior and interior “gingerbread” & “filligrade”. It has a heritage designation.


  • Family-Friendly
  • Parking
  • Parkland
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Washrooms

Fun Facts


  • Is home to Ishii Japanese Gardens located at the Regional Library
  • The longest fish ladder in Manitoba at over 600 feet
  • Bison Park along Highway 262 where visitors can view plains Bison
  • Oxbow walking trail is located adjacent to Heritage Village. The trails wind through local wetland where you may observe local waterfowl.
  • Stone house tour that incudes 10 buildings constructed of local stone by a local stone mason.


3rd Avenue Northeast, Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada
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