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Tourism

Baldur and surrounding offer a variety of activities, natural wonders and amazing history.  Multiple golf courses, lakes and sporting events are just the tip of the iceberg of what there is to discover for all ages.  Nestled nicely at the south-west end of the Tiger Hills, Baldur and area offer amazing one-day adventures or a relaxing atmosphere where you can be as busy as you want to be.

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Grund Frelsis

This is the oldest standing Icelandic Lutheran Church in Canada. It was built in 1889 by volunteers under the direction of carpenters Byring Hallgrimsson and Arni Sveinson. Grund Lutheran is representative of late nineteenth-century church architecture in rural Manitoba, a wood frame structure built on a simple rectangular plan.

The prevailing taste for the Gothic Revival style is expressed here in pointed windows, and delicate window tracery on the tower.
Many of the early congregation members had first settled at New Iceland (Gimli) in the late 1870s, before homesteading in the Municipality of Argyle in the 1880s. They were still living in log houses when they built this church which became the focal point of the community. In 1964, Frelsis Congregation joined Baldur Immanuel Lutheran Church.

 

 

Photo Credit: Suzanne Paddock


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Veteran Park

Home to the local Farmers Markets in the summer, Veterans Park is a beautifully landscaped rest stop, with a picnic shelter built to resemble the railway station. With benches and a brick path surrounding the beautiful flower beds, and beauteous public washrooms, it is a very nice place to stop amongst your travels, and enjoy our wonderful community!

 

 

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Join Our Community

Affordable living with a side of small town life style truly compliment the vibe of Baldur.  The people are genuine and the opportunities available are endless, so come check us out and maybe you'll call us home!

  • K-12 School
  • Reverse Osmosis Water Facility
  • Brand new sewer and water infrastructure
  • Food, Health & Community