Explore the joie-de-vivre of Manitobas French Quarter in an English or French walking tour.
Enter through the very same gate used by traders, leaders and residents of the Red River Settlement.
Splash in Lake Winnipeg, whether youre swimming, boating, canoeing, or fishing.
Step back in time into the life of pioneers home, farm machinery, train station, and more.
See traditional Romanian peasant-style architecture in this house, church, and cemetery.
Walk down the nave of this striking wooden Gothic Revival Church.
Pénétrez dans la gare de ce site patrimonial restauré, encore situé à son emplacement dorigine.
Roll into the station at this restored heritage site, still located on its original site.
Catch a trophy fish, kayak on the lake, go dogsledding or snowmobiling on Lake Athapapuskow.
Launch your boat here for excellent fishing and peaceful camping.
Discover the heritage of the prairies, from First Nations people, to explorers, and pioneers.
Plow into the past with this collection of antique farm equipment and Homesteaders' Village.
Be a mogul on the moguls, terrain park, and downhill ski runs.
Touch the heavy-duty mining equipment, including jackleg drills and rocker shovels.
Hike to a remote, hand crafted and lakeside cabin tucked deep into Whiteshells wilderness.
Be in the centre of sport, agriculture, entertainment and recreation in Brandon.
Fish, waterski, and swim at this picturesque park dotted with oak and poplar trees.
Interact with four galleries and keep an eye out for scurrying salamanders that tromp through the region.
Choose your own adventure on land or in water and fall in love with the lake life.
Breathe in the fresh air and take in the stunning scenery at this four-season destination.
Churn butter in this former creamery, now a museum that preserves the building and its equipment.
Release your inner Viking at this Gimli festival that celebrates the traditions of New Iceland.
Visit the classroom, the parlour, and chapel where the nuns helped shape this community.
Fish the stocked waters for rainbow trout and take in an interpretive show at the amphitheatre.
Fly high with the yellow wings, WWII training aircraft and other military artifacts.
Take a tour of this "perfect family home" built in 1895 for the son of Canada's first Prime Minister.
Score a touchdown with fast-past football and the leagues most dedicated fans.
Imagine calling the caribou hide tipi home, as this museum features the history of the North.
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Peek at the past in this former general store.
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