MordenMorden is a town of about 8600 people (2016) in the Pembina Valley Region of Manitoba.
By busThere is no longer passenger bus service to Morden. (Jan 2018)
By carMorden is 126 km (1½ hours) southwest from Winnipeg on Highway 3.
address: 111-B Gilmour StreetOne of Manitoba's Star Attraction. The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre houses the largest collection of Marine Reptile Fossils in Canada.
Livingston Nature Park
address: 2nd and Gilmour
address: 352 Thornhill Street
address: Morden, ManitobaA festival that celebrates Morden being part of the Corn and Apple Belt. Lots of free corn and apple juice will be available along with many different forms of entertainment and attractions. The Morden Corn and Apple Festival. The festival is held in the centre of the city, along Stephen Street. Craft shows, live entertainment, delicious food, borscht donated by a nearby Hutterite colony.
The Story of the Stones TourSelf-guided audio tour—get a copy of the CD at the Morden Library.
The Back 40 Folk FestivalA blend of local and Manitoba musicians who share their talents through various workshops and on the Main Stage. Held in early June.
- Morden Farmer’s Market: Thursdays from 4PM – June to October
- Downtown Shopping District: on Stephen Street & South Railway
Kopper Kettle Family Restaurantphone: +1 204-822-6100address: 870 Thornhill StreetFrom Mennonite dishes, to Chinese food to burgers.
phone: +1 204-822-6272address: 780 Thornhill Street“Wing Night” Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. “Suds, Spuds & Steak Night” Friday.
Star Moteladdress: 212 First Street
address: Box 20, 3010 Thornhill Street
Morden Motor Innaddress: 780 Thornhill Street
phone: +1 204-823 0810address: 572 Stephen StA century-old field stone house. Bella’s Castle is in historic downtown Morden within walking distance to shopping and dining. Built in 1902.
Corner Brook Farm Campgroundphone: +1 204-822-5099address: 8th St at North Railway StFull-service RV campground. Pet friendly. All-ages. Open Spring Through Fall.