Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos of our visit. Above is a stylized Mountie at the entrance drive to the centre. Entrance lobby to the Heritage Centre Changing Mountie uniforms over the years The marching band on parade Stained glass windows in the chapel Two Mountie stained glass windows behind the pulpit Display of historic RCMP vehicles A vintage Bombardier snowmobile Weapons of the Plains A Tommy gun from the thirties Federal legislative bill creating the RNWMP How to solve a murder display. Different tableaux explain the investigative process and the reasoning that led to the capture and conviction of the killer. The St. Roch display. The St. Roch was an RCMP marine vessel that was the first to travel the Northwest Passage from West to East and the first to circumnavigate North America. Fort Walsh – from 1943 to 1968 it served as a breeding and training facility for the horses used in the Musical Ride. Now it is a National Historic Site. Nero, a legendary Musical Ride horse The actual Nero preserved by taxidermy. Unfortunately the colour of his fur has faded from black to reddish brown due to taxidermy chemicals and sunlight. Follow us on Facebook!