About Us

The Danish Canadian National Museum exhibits the rich history of Danish immigrants in Canada--a saga that began over 1000 years ago. Constructed in 1933, the Verbena Dormitory served as a boarding house for local high school girls from pioneer farm families.


In addition to the Verbena Dormitory, the museum boasts over 5000 artifacts, and archival records, the Dagmar Church, Thomsen Cabin, Nielsen CPR House,  Naust, replica Viking Ship, Jelling Stone, heritage garden, pond with our very own lady, 14 acres of green space with walking paths, gift shop, and traditional Danish delicacies at the Saga Café.


We invite you to

Step Into the Saga

Explore our website or visit us in person and step into the saga with the

Danish Canadian National Museum.

We would love to see you in the Saga Café, walking the beautiful grounds, exploring the buildings, and picnicking on the lawns.

The museum is the perfect setting for weddings and family celebrations. We offer a variety of services to meet your needs.

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