The fort itself is a replica of a fur-trading post that was established on the shore of Lake of the Prairies in 1741. It is located in the west end of Dauphin near the Vermillion River complete with a pioneer home, trading post, blacksmith shop, trapper’s cabin, church and a one-room schoolhouse.
Fort Dauphin Museum
- Cultural Heritage Centre
- Box 181, 140 Jackson St, Dauphin
- Tuesday to Saturday, By Appointment Only 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
- Guided Tour
- National Historic Site
- Wheelchair Access
Box 181, 140 Jackson St, Dauphin
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