St. Boniface Museum
The St. Boniface Museum contains many displays and exhibits featuring historical items that are important to both the Aboriginal and francophone communities. This building, which was built in the late-1840s or early-1850s, is the oldest building in Winnipeg and is the largest building in North America made out of oak logs. Before becoming a museum, the building was the property of the Grey Nuns who used it for many purposes, including a school and a hospital.
Is the St. Boniface Museum near any parks? Where is the nearest hospital?