The Tipple Park Museum is located in the centre of Evansburg along Highway 16A. Look for the old Railroad Station and caboose. The museum is sponsored by the Pembina Lobstick Historical Society and is the home to all manner of artifacts depicting the history of Evansburg and Entwistle as well as the surrounding area. Take a look at life in times past by touring through the original buildings collected from the area and moved onsite. Have a picnic on the grounds with the family. Find out WHY it’s called the Tipple Park. The museum normally opens for the season at the end of June, Thursday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The park now includes walking trails, a sledding hill, a gazebo and ampitheatre.