Exciting and interactive exhibits lead visitors from the farmer’s wheat field to the kitchen table.  A highlight of these exhibits are viewing windows into real working pig barn, where visitors will peek into a day in the life of a pig.

Visitors learn about every aspect of food production from farming practices to retail sales. The Discovery Centre also highlights ongoing research at the National Centre for Livestock and the Environment and the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

Visit us to discover the journey food takes from farm to fork. 

What we offer

COVID-19

  • A digital sign at the entrance of the Farm and Food Discovery Centre indicates the facility is open for pre-booked visits. The sign is surrounded by mounds of white snow and bare trees on a winter morning.
  • A parent watches as their two young children roll out pizza dough to make fresh pizza at FFDC while wearing masks.

UPDATE

For the safety of our patrons, staff and community, the Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre is maintaining the following safety protocols as outlined by the University of Manitoba (updated as of March 21, 2022):

  • Proof of vaccination is required for all eligible guests (ages 12 years +) now through May 3, 2022. On May 4, 2022, this requirement will be dropped.
  • Masks are required while inside our buildings for everyone ages 5 years +
  • Physical distancing between parties is required
  • Frequent sanitization of contact surfaces is to take place. Some high-touch exhibits may be closed.

For more details on our COVID-19 policies in place to keep you, our staff and our community safe, head to our COVID-19 information page. 

Contact us

Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre
1290 Research Station Road
Glenlea Research Station | University of Manitoba
Glenlea, Manitoba, Canada R0G 0S0

1-204-883-2524
1-204-883-2532
Open for pre-booked visits, tours and field trips.
Regular hours of operation: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Pre-booked visits only, no drop-ins.
Closed on Holidays and Saturdays of Long Weekends