Choose your own adventure on land or in water and fall in love with the lake life.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
Be a mogul on the moguls, terrain park, and downhill ski runs.
Honour Canadian heroes and see military equipment, weaponry, medals and personal items.
See how Icelandic, Ukrainian, Polish, and Indigenous cultures shaped this proud community.
Learn about the life of "The Father of Manitoba" and experience the culture of the Métis people.
Dance under the prairie sun to an eclectic mix of music folk, jazz, blues, and more.
Taste authentic home cooked fare and tour the pioneer village, complete with working windmill.
Find out what to do in Brandon and Southwest Manitoba at this riverside meeting place.
Carve your way down the slopes of this winter park near Thompson.
Trace the roots of Manitoba's Icelandic settlers back to 1875.
Climb the spiral staircase to see what surprises you can find in the attic of this former school.
Roam from one country to another in this US-border straddling garden dedicated to peace.
Fly high as you see the aircraft that made history while soaring through our skies.
Honour the Southwestern Manitoba units who served their country.
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Get a bird's eye view as you get a thrilling ride over the Pembina Valley.
Watch as massive strips of metal meet 50-ton presses to make 1000 coins per second.
Sing along to the musical theatre hits presented at this open air stage in beautiful Kildonan Park.
Taste the fun at this free family festival in Morden, featuring local corn and apple juice.
Release your inner Viking at this Gimli festival that celebrates the traditions of New Iceland.
Plow into the past with this collection of antique farm equipment and Homesteaders' Village.
All aboard for fun! Create, climb, splash, and explore. This museum builds imagination.
Set sail into Manitobas marine history on Lake Winnipeg and the Red River.
Browse the speciality shops and connect with other foodies at this culinary destination.
Go back in time to a fur trading post, where a log cabin and other buildings bring the past to life.
Stroll through galleries highlighting Canadian and Indigenous art and see world-class exhibitions.
Cross the Pinawa Channel on this 54 metre-long bridge that is part of an interpretive trail system.
Get your hands on one of Canadas only diesel engine simulators at this vintage rail station.
Slide your way into summer fun!
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