Manitoba Electrical Museum and Education Centre is a museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba, dedicated to the electrical history of Manitoba. It is a volunteer organization run by retired members of Manitoba Hydro. The museum is housed in a converted electrical substation building. The museum is free to the public and opens Monday to Thursday only, around 1 PM to 4 PM. They are likewise available by appointment.
The museum follows the history through six themes from the 1870s to the present, and looks into the future. On the lower level, hands-on safety activities and seasonal displays are featured. Electricity and electrical safety movies can be shown in the orientation room on the lower level, as well as a collection of vintage Gas Genies. A turbine runner is on permanent display at the Manitoba Electrical Museum.