Follow the trails through the hardy plants introduced to the gardens of the prairies.
Roam from one country to another in this US-border straddling garden dedicated to peace.
Relive the pioneer days and tour the chapel, homes, and shops of Eastern European Slavic settlers.
Make your way across the Souris River across Canada's longest suspension bridge.
Make friends with the polar bears, laugh with the snow leopards and bat eyes at the butterflies.
Tap into your inner artisan and be inspired by the historical and contemporary crafts on display.
Dig into prehistory to find ancient fossils like Bruce the mosasaur, a huge, fierce sea predator.
Step back in time on a 17th century ship, on a pioneer homestead, on the streets of 1920s Winnipeg.
Hold a bird in your hands, dip for critters, paddle a voyageur canoe through the marsh.
Be a part of the history of Winnipeg's most popular gathering place on your own on with a tour.
Wind your way along the Red River on this historic and scenic route.
Fly high with the yellow wings, WWII training aircraft and other military artifacts.
Visit Gladstone's impressive prairie history and be mesmerized by the artifacts of pioneers.
Touch the pelts in the loft, sit in a York boat, and hear the smith's hammer at this fur trade post.
Escape to nature without leaving the city! See bison, a tipi camp, and birds from the boardwalk.
Discover the rustic charm of a pioneer village and take time to imagine life in the past.
Feel the beat at this Indigenous celebration in honour of the Creator and the seven sacred teachings.
Roll into the station at this restored heritage site, still located on its original site.
Trace the roots of Manitoba's Icelandic settlers back to 1875.
Read between the lines at the restored family home of the famed Franco-Manitoban author.
Honour Canadian heroes and see military equipment, weaponry, medals and personal items.
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Ascend the grandest staircase in the province in this priceless monument of local Tyndall stone.
Visit the classroom, the parlour, and chapel where the nuns helped shape this community.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
Enter through the very same gate used by traders, leaders and residents of the Red River Settlement.
Flutter on the wings on the 5000 butterflies on display at this stately heritage home.
Climb the steps of this two-storey log home built near the banks of the Red River.
Peer into the life at the fur trade fort in the 1700s and learn about the north's diverse wilderness.
Taste authentic home cooked fare and tour the pioneer village, complete with working windmill.
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