Join Manitoba Museum educators and historians, Anya Moodie-Foster and Alex Judge, for an in-depth tour of Strike 1919: Divided City. This immersive exhibition will transport you back to Winnipeg in 1919 when 30,000 workers took to the streets to protest poor working conditions, stagnant wages, and mass unemployment.

Following the gallery tour, you are welcome to join Anya and Alex at Little Brown Jug for further conversation, while enjoying a pint of aptly named “1919” beer.

Tour begins at the Manitoba Museum and lasts approximately 1 hour. Following the tour, participants will walk with Museum staff over to Little Brown Jug on William Avenue, about a 10-minute walk from the Museum.

Ticket price includes one alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage of your choosing. Light snacks and additional beverages will be available for purchase.

Ticket holders are welcome to explore the Museum Galleries before the tour. This program does not include admission to Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out.

General $26 / Members $21

To purchase a ticket, please follow the link.