Tenby School, built in 1904, is a Manitoba Historical Site. It is a concrete block building and is one of the few one-room Prairie schools still standing. It is equipped with some of the original furnishings. The interior provides a museum setting. The Tenby district, named after a town in Wales, was settled in the 1890s.
Tenby is at the northeast corner of the RM of Lansdowne, about 30 minutes' drive northeast of Arden and 10 minutes southwest of Glenella. If you attended a one-room school or ever wanted to visit one, Tenby School is a must see!