Make a pilgrimage to this beautiful church and grotto, host to biennial Medieval Festival.
Flutter on the wings on the 5000 butterflies on display at this stately heritage home.
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
See how Icelandic, Ukrainian, Polish, and Indigenous cultures shaped this proud community.
See traditional Romanian peasant-style architecture in this house, church, and cemetery.
Imagine riding on a Red River cart as you follow the path of the fur traders.
Interact with four galleries and keep an eye out for scurrying salamanders that tromp through the region.
Uncover the Legislatures secrets, explore Winnipegs rock & roll history, go north to see the bears.
See what life was like for our prairie ancestors.
Find out what to do in Brandon and Southwest Manitoba at this riverside meeting place.
Kneel on buffalo hide, fix your eyes on stained glass, and worship in a place steeped in history.
Take tea in this 1883 church, now tea room and museum offering guided tours and summer picnics.
Dance under the prairie sun to an eclectic mix of music folk, jazz, blues, and more.
Touch the archeological artifacts from this former fur trade post and depot.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
Raise your hand if you want to check out this one-room schoolhouse, now museum and social hub.
Discover the mysteries of Lake Winnipeg, its species and the people who make a living off the lake.
Hit the books at this 1886 schoolhouse in a park that blooms with spring crocuses.
Appreciate the Late Gothic Revival styling of this church, with large windows and spacious interior.
Visit this collection of buildings and monuments that pay tribute to Ukrainian settlers.
Feel the power as you walk through the ruins of this former hydro-electric generating station.
Relive the pioneer days and tour the chapel, homes, and shops of Eastern European Slavic settlers.
Immerse yourself in Métis family life of the late 1800s at Winnipegs other forks.
Guard the Churchill River at this cannon battery, with its stone walls and lone cannon remaining.
Visit the "Old Stone Church" and cemetery, the final resting place of Chief Peguis.
See the iconic façade of the 1908 church which was incorporated into the current cathedral's design.
See the signatures of northern explorers who left their ships here during the winter.
Visit the classroom, the parlour, and chapel where the nuns helped shape this community.
Drive, cycle, walk, or canoe to discover the natural and cultural heritage of the Red River.
See the hand-painted frescoes, icons and murals in this "prairie cathedral" in Dauphin.
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