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Pembina Valley

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Pembina Valley is a region found south of Winnipeg west of the Red River.

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Pembina Valley is rich in culture, history and attractions

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The languages spoken in this area are English and French as you can tell from highway signs on the road. Low German is also another common language in this region, though it is not necessary to speak it.

Get in[edit]

You can reach the Pembina Valley Region from heading south of Winnipeg or north on I-29 from the US.

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This is the recommended way to explore Pembina Valley.

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  • Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre, Morden MB (Lower Level, Morden Recreation Centre), 1-204-822-3406, [1]. Daily 1PM–5PM. Contains a large collection of marine reptile fossils. Adults $6, Students $3, Family (2 adults, 3 children) $12.  edit
  • Pembina Threshermen's Museum, Highway 3 between Winkler and Morden, [2]. May 1st - September 30th Open Monday to Friday 9:00 a. m. - 5:00 p. m. Open Saturday, Sunday & Holidays 1:00 p. m. - 5:00 p. m.. Adults: $7.50 - Bus $50.00 12 & Under - FREE.  edit

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Other places you can visit when you're done with Pembina Valley would be Winnipeg in Canada and Grand Forks in the USA.




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