Day Trippin: 3 communities, great eats, roadside attractions & more

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For those travelers looking forward to getting behind the wheel, hitting the open road and exploring what the region has to offer, we highly recommend a day trip (estimated round trip driving time 2 hrs 30 minutes) to these three neighboring communities: Glenboro, Holland, & Treherne.

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This fun-filled day trip offers the flexibility to see a number of roadside attractions, enjoy some tasty food, visit a few unique museums & more. The highlight of the trip would have to be the Glass Bottle Houses in Treherne. The glass bottle structures (house, church, wishing well) were created by Bob and Dora Cain, and Fred Harp. The church was built in 1983, using approximately 5000 bottles. Additional information on the attraction can be found here.

Welcome to Glenboro.
The Burrough of the Gleann Museum Glenboro, MB
Sara the camel is located in Glenboro
Glenboro Bake Shop
Glenboro Bake Shop. The Danish are ooey, gooey good.
Welcome to Holland.
Holland Windmill
Puttin’ on the Prairies, Holland, Manitoba
Tiger Hills Arts Association Holland, MB
Welcome to Treherne
L & J’s Drive Inn is located in Treherne
L & J’s Drive Inn, so many options.
L & J’s Drive Inn Panini Spud Sandwich (potato, bacon, onion,cheese & sour cream)
Second Chance Car Museum, Treherne
Glass Bottle House and Church in Treherne, Manitoba
Glass Bottle House and Church in Treherne, Manitoba
Glass Bottle House and Church in Treherne, Manitoba
Glass Bottle House and Church in Treherne, Manitoba
Glass Bottle House and Church in Treherne, Manitoba