Watch as massive strips of metal meet 50-ton presses to make 1000 coins per second.
Set sail into Manitobas marine history on Lake Winnipeg and the Red River.
Carve your way down the slopes of this winter park near Thompson.
Interact with four galleries and keep an eye out for scurrying salamanders that tromp through the region.
Release your inner Viking at this Gimli festival that celebrates the traditions of New Iceland.
Be in the centre of sport, agriculture, entertainment and recreation in Brandon.
Roam from one country to another in this US-border straddling garden dedicated to peace.
Peer into the life at the fur trade fort in the 1700s and learn about the north's diverse wilderness.
Dance under the prairie sun to an eclectic mix of music folk, jazz, blues, and more.
Enjoy a festival of family fun, circus arts and dynamic interactive activities.
Imagine riding on a Red River cart as you follow the path of the fur traders.
Find out what to do in Brandon and Southwest Manitoba at this riverside meeting place.
Wander the farm, interact with animals and have a pizza night unlike any other.
Relive the pioneer days and tour the chapel, homes, and shops of Eastern European Slavic settlers.
Choose your own adventure on land or in water and fall in love with the lake life.
Hé Ho! Make like a voyageur at this unforgettable cultural event in celebration of Canada's fur trade era.
Watch movies, live music, ballet and more at this outdoor stage in Assiniboine Park.
Peruse the eclectic curiosities that tell the stories of the area's natural and human history.
Gather in Winnipeg's heart, a meeting place to eat, trade, and celebrate for thousands of years.
Discover how the hatchery ensures our fish futures from eggs to fingerlings.
Climb the spiral staircase to see what surprises you can find in the attic of this former school.
Get lost in puzzle maze, play human fooseball, race go karts, and sink a mini golf hole in one!
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Fly high with the yellow wings, WWII training aircraft and other military artifacts.
Cross the Pinawa Channel on this 54 metre-long bridge that is part of an interpretive trail system.
See traditional Romanian peasant-style architecture in this house, church, and cemetery.
Visit the classroom, the parlour, and chapel where the nuns helped shape this community.
Discover the rustic charm of a pioneer village and take time to imagine life in the past.
Gather here at this Assiniboine Park hub for a family dinner or corporate events.
Discover the heritage of the prairies, from First Nations people, to explorers, and pioneers.
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