Escape to the tropics for a winning getaway with slots, table games, great food, and great service.
Watch movies, live music, ballet and more at this outdoor stage in Assiniboine Park.
Imagine riding on a Red River cart as you follow the path of the fur traders.
Drive, cycle, walk, or canoe to discover the natural and cultural heritage of the Red River.
Hit the books at this 1886 schoolhouse in a park that blooms with spring crocuses.
Interact with four galleries and keep an eye out for scurrying salamanders that tromp through the region.
Feel the power as you walk through the ruins of this former hydro-electric generating station.
Dig into prehistory to find ancient fossils like Bruce the mosasaur, a huge, fierce sea predator.
Get pampered at the spa, known for its luxurious Turkish hamam treatment.
Feel the power of the Creator in this sacred place.
Step back in time on a 17th century ship, on a pioneer homestead, on the streets of 1920s Winnipeg.
Release your inner Viking at this Gimli festival that celebrates the traditions of New Iceland.
Find out what to do in Brandon and Southwest Manitoba at this riverside meeting place.
Go from the farmer's wheat field to the kitchen table with unique agriculture exhibits.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
See what life was like for our prairie ancestors.
Flip through the pages of the history, including the archives of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Guard the Churchill River at this cannon battery, with its stone walls and lone cannon remaining.
Raise your hand if you want to check out this one-room schoolhouse, now museum and social hub.
Learn about pioneer farming practices at this former agricultural research and education facility.
Navigate this secluded part of Manitoba and connect with nature in a user-intiated adventure.
Immerse yourself in Métis family life of the late 1800s at Winnipegs other forks.
Plug in to the best of contemporary art in all media, including film, photography, and new media.
Stroll through the peaceful garden that highlight the beautiful sculptures of Leo Mol.
Discover the rustic charm of a pioneer village and take time to imagine life in the past.
Discover the mysteries of Lake Winnipeg, its species and the people who make a living off the lake.
Honour Canadian heroes and see military equipment, weaponry, medals and personal items.
Dance under the prairie sun to an eclectic mix of music folk, jazz, blues, and more.
Tap into your inner artisan and be inspired by the historical and contemporary crafts on display.
Follow the spirit to discover the history, culture, geology, industry, and art of Thompson.
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