During the summer, Fort Gibraltar takes your guests a world away, on the banks of the Red River, where colourful characters living to the “beat” of 1815 greet you. Fort Gibraltar, once a North West Company fur trade post, reflects the lifestyle of the settlement and the roles played by the Métis, settlers, explorers, aboriginal people and the adventuresome voyageurs.
Witness the fascinating history through the eyes of the voyageurs, play voyageur games including axe throwing, enjoy traditional bread called bannock and home-made jam and discover the diverse cast of characters that call it home.
There is plenty of free parking, group tour programs, workshops and a banquet room for catered meals and box lunches. Reservations for groups of 10 or more are required.