All aboard for fun! Create, climb, splash, and explore. This museum builds imagination.
Imagine calling the caribou hide tipi home, as this museum features the history of the North.
Gather in Winnipeg's heart, a meeting place to eat, trade, and celebrate for thousands of years.
Hé Ho! Make like a voyageur at this unforgettable cultural event in celebration of Canada's fur trade era.
Feel the magic of this enchanting orchestra and paint the town with music.
Connect with nature in this expansive park packed with family-friendly amenities.
Come to play at this former quarry, now filled with outdoor fun and interpretive galleries.
Roam from one country to another in this US-border straddling garden dedicated to peace.
Choose your own adventure on land or in water and fall in love with the lake life.
Sing along to the musical theatre hits presented at this open air stage in beautiful Kildonan Park.
Pick a winner at this live thoroughbred racing track and gaming lounge.
Discover the heritage of the prairies, from First Nations people, to explorers, and pioneers.
Dance under the prairie sun to an eclectic mix of music folk, jazz, blues, and more.
Carve your way down the slopes of this winter park near Thompson.
Gather here at this Assiniboine Park hub for a family dinner or corporate events.
Step back in time on a 17th century ship, on a pioneer homestead, on the streets of 1920s Winnipeg.
Cheer your heart out and stomp your feet at this high energy professional rodeo.
Have a day of excitement and exhilaration at this adrenaline-packed park.
Escape to nature without leaving the city! See bison, a tipi camp, and birds from the boardwalk.
Honour Canadian heroes and see military equipment, weaponry, medals and personal items.
Climb the spiral staircase to see what surprises you can find in the attic of this former school.
Make your way across the Souris River across Canada's longest suspension bridge.
Slide, swing, splash and sing with the frog band at this imaginative playground in Assiniboine Park.
Cross the Pinawa Channel on this 54 metre-long bridge that is part of an interpretive trail system.
Hold a bird in your hands, dip for critters, paddle a voyageur canoe through the marsh.
Feel the beat at this Indigenous celebration in honour of the Creator and the seven sacred teachings.
Find out what to do in Brandon and Southwest Manitoba at this riverside meeting place.
Browse the speciality shops and connect with other foodies at this culinary destination.
Make friends with the polar bears, laugh with the snow leopards and bat eyes at the butterflies.
Be captivated by the technical and visual excellence of this outstanding dance company.
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