The Delorme Woodworking Shop is a reproduction of a carpentry shop from the early twentieth century. Visiting the workshop brings you back to the 1930s.
The Sarrasin Leatherworks Shop displays the tools necessary for the production and repair of leather articles, such as horse harnesses.
The stationary engine shed has one of the largest collections of its kind in western Canada. During the Montcalm Heritage Festival, some specialized technicians run one of the largest stationary engines at the museum. It was used to drain water from the basement of the James Avenue Pumping Station in Winnipeg in 1924.
Many tractors dating from the 1920s to 1940s – Titan, McCormick, Case, International, Massey and of course John Deere – are safely sheltered in the tractor shed. Some of these tractors are featured in the parade during the Montcalm Heritage Festival.
Another building is dedicated to the story of the sugar beet industry in Manitoba, an important industry for the farmers of the region from 1940 to 1996.