for Your Visit to the
Grain Elevators National Historic Site.
Some things can be better learned in an atmosphere where there is
the opportunity to explore, to see, to smell, to hear, and to feel.
out-of-school excursion can offer these opportunities to broaden
and enrich a student’s learning. A visit to the Inglis Grain
Elevators National Historic Site will encourage your students to
look at Manitoba’s past in new and different ways. You, as
a teacher, have a crucial role in planning a worthwhile and stimulating
learning experience. Our Teachers’ Guide
will assist you in planning a trip to the site.
Don’t forget to book your visit!
Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site is a seasonal site,
opened in late spring until early fall. It s operated by volunteers
and the staff of the Inglis Heritage Committee.
can expect to spend one to three hours on the site depending on
the activities planned and the number of students in the class.
The elevators are not heated and tour groups will spend a great
deal of time outdoors. Please dress accordingly. You should plan
to bring your own refreshments, including water.
site staff can help you plan for your