The windows on the facade of the Saint Boniface Museum in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba date back to the years of its construction between 1845 and 1851. Green wooden shutters adorn each window with the old styled design of squares making up the panes of glass.
Along the facade of the building is a hedge which blossoms in pink during the summer months. The exterior and grounds are well kept on and around this historic building and the interior has been renovated to its original beauty.
Inside the Saint Boniface Museum which is open year round, visitors will find many exhibits relating to the arrival of the missionaries and Grey Nuns, the Francophone community, the French-Canadian culture of Manitoba, the way of life for the pioneers and the making of St. ... continue below the picture...
... Boniface. Being the oldest building found in the City of Winnipeg, the Saint Boniface Museum lures in many tourists who are interested in the history of Manitoba. The windows are just a small sample of how buildings were built in the early years when life was simpler.
Windows of the Saint Boniface Museum, City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.