Explore Holland & Treherne.
The sister towns of Treherne and Holland are the quintessential summer day trip. Head out along Highway 2 in southwestern Manitoba to explore some history, get your artistic fix, work up an appetite on a trail, and fuel up at an iconic takeout joint.
The quirk factor is off the charts at Treherne’s Glass Bottle Houses. Made entirely of bottles, you’ll find a wishing well, chapel (with pews and a pulpit) and even a restroom.
Railway Ave. & Alexander St.
With a pioneer home and working blacksmith shop, the Treherne Museum boasts an eclectic collection of Prairie artifacts, including 140 models of firearms dating to the 1700s.
183 Vanzile St.
Make a beeline to the swooping letters of L&J’s Drive-In sign to tuck into a tender chicken burger and cactus-cut fries in the outdoor picnic area. Leave room for a brownie parfait.
54065 Hwy 2
The rolling hills connecting Treherne, Holland and Cypress River are a dream for photographers, painters and outdoorsy types. Pelly’s Lake Nature Trail offers particularly scenic views.
Provincial Rd. 449