Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Explore the joie-de-vivre of Manitobas French Quarter in an English or French walking tour.
Get lucky in this elegant 19th century railway town where youll find good food, music, and gaming.
Peer into the life at the fur trade fort in the 1700s and learn about the north's diverse wilderness.
Fly high as you see the aircraft that made history while soaring through our skies.
Imagine calling the caribou hide tipi home, as this museum features the history of the North.
Touch the pelts in the loft, sit in a York boat, and hear the smith's hammer at this fur trade post.
Guard the Churchill River at this cannon battery, with its stone walls and lone cannon remaining.
All aboard for fun! Create, climb, splash, and explore. This museum builds imagination.
Stroll through the peaceful garden that highlight the beautiful sculptures of Leo Mol.
See how the fur traders lived. Feel the pelts, watch the blacksmith and patrol the palisade.
Get a jolt while learning about Manitoba's hydroelectric history.
Discover how the hatchery ensures our fish futures from eggs to fingerlings.
Read between the lines at the restored family home of the famed Franco-Manitoban author.
Discover the rustic charm of a pioneer village and take time to imagine life in the past.
Explore our past, through photographs and artifacts, including rare cameras.
Step back in time on a 17th century ship, on a pioneer homestead, on the streets of 1920s Winnipeg.
Admire the contemporary art that reflect Manitoba's French roots.
Get a glimpse into days past as you browse rare and unique Inuit artifacts and sculpture.
Get swept away by the play at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centres second stage.
Get pampered at the spa, known for its luxurious Turkish hamam treatment.
Watch as massive strips of metal meet 50-ton presses to make 1000 coins per second.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
Journey from darkness to light in magnificent building where human rights triumphs shine.
Plug in to the best of contemporary art in all media, including film, photography, and new media.
Interact with four galleries and keep an eye out for scurrying salamanders that tromp through the region.
Discover the incredible talents of First Nations artists.
Learn about the life of "The Father of Manitoba" and experience the culture of the Métis people.
Stroll through galleries highlighting Canadian and Indigenous art and see world-class exhibitions.
Find out what to do in Brandon and Southwest Manitoba at this riverside meeting place.
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