Approx Population: 620

This community located 100 kilometres south-west of Winnipeg gets its charm from the local residents, with their distinct European accents and old-world hospitality.

Unlike many of Manitoba’s francophone communities that were settled by pioneers from Quebec, it was French and Swiss immigrants who came to live in the La Montagne area in 1891 and gave the town a more European flavour.

You’ll love the warm hospitality of the Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes residents and their unique history!  Visit the Pioneer and Chanoinesses Museum and the memorials to community pioneers, including a statue of Dom Paul Benoît, the founder of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, and a monument commemorating the noteworthy contributions of the Chanoinesse nuns to local education.

If you have a sweet tooth, a trip to the French Bee Farm is a must!

Café Capricorne

Culinary Tourism

Licensed family restaurant.

(204) 248-2012

Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes Grotto (1954)

Attractions & Historic Sites

Located west of the village’s elementary school, this quiet grotto was created in 1954 by the local inhabitants in gratitude to the Virgin Mary for protecting the youth of the village against...

Main Street, R0G 1M0

Pioneers and Chanoinesses Museum

Attractions & Historic Sites

Two museums in one; this museum explores the life of the early pioneers of the region, while chronicling the history of the Order of nuns known as "Chanoinesses régulières des Cinq...

55, Rogers Street, Box 186, Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, R0G 1M0
204 248-7220 ou 204 248-7290
Open year round

Salut Voisin! Howdy Neighbour!

Festivals & events

September 7 to 9, 2018 Come say hello to your friends and neighbours at the Salut Voisin! / Howdy Neighbour! festival in Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes. This gathering takes place over an entire weekend and...

204 248-7220
September 7 to 9, 2018

Statue of Dom Paul Benoît

Attractions & Historic Sites

This bronze statue by Franco-Manitoban artist Réal Bérard depicts Dom Paul Benoît – the founder of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes (1850-1915).

In front of the church, Notre-Dame Avenue, R0G 1M0

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