Costume Museum of Canada
Celebrating fashion, culture and history
The costume we wear each day is influenced by climate, occupation, economic factors, societal role, religion, the task at hand, age, gender and the time in which we live.
Our museum seeks to preserve and exhibit the costumes worn by the people of Canada over the decades.
Fabric & Stash Fundraising Sale!
Saturday, August 17 (1 to 5 pm)
Pre-registration is required. To pre-register email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call us at 204-989-0072, or register on our Facebook page. We are also accepting donations of fabric and sewing supplies for the sale.
Nuit Blanche 2019
September 26 - October 6
Be sure to come check out our "Dapper Dandies and Delightful Dames exhibit."
More details to come!
Artifacts from the Costume Museum are included at the Dalnavert Museum's Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 display.
Fur: the Fabric of our Nation
A collaboration with the Borealis Gallery in Edmonton