Explore the joie-de-vivre of Manitobas French Quarter in an English or French walking tour.
Stroll through galleries highlighting Canadian and Indigenous art and see world-class exhibitions.
Escape to nature without leaving the city! See bison, a tipi camp, and birds from the boardwalk.
All aboard for fun! Create, climb, splash, and explore. This museum builds imagination.
Witness the heart and imagination that lives at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People.
Watch as massive strips of metal meet 50-ton presses to make 1000 coins per second.
Climb the steps of this two-storey log home built near the banks of the Red River.
Slide, swing, splash and sing with the frog band at this imaginative playground in Assiniboine Park.
Plug in to the best of contemporary art in all media, including film, photography, and new media.
Browse the speciality shops and connect with other foodies at this culinary destination.
Buzz around town and ride in tandem on novelty bikes.
Fly high as you see the aircraft that made history while soaring through our skies.
Ascend the grandest staircase in the province in this priceless monument of local Tyndall stone.
Learn the stories of the "Father of Manitoba", the Métis and French-Canadian settlers.
Learn about the life of "The Father of Manitoba" and experience the culture of the Métis people.
Tap into your inner artisan and be inspired by the historical and contemporary crafts on display.
Admire artworks by Manitoba artists, and be charmed by the Winnie the Pooh collection.
Stroll through the peaceful garden that highlight the beautiful sculptures of Leo Mol.
Step back in time on a 17th century ship, on a pioneer homestead, on the streets of 1920s Winnipeg.
Journey from darkness to light in magnificent building where human rights triumphs shine.
See how the fur traders lived. Feel the pelts, watch the blacksmith and patrol the palisade.
Take a tour of this "perfect family home" built in 1895 for the son of Canada's first Prime Minister.
Read between the lines at the restored family home of the famed Franco-Manitoban author.
Make friends with the polar bears, laugh with the snow leopards and bat eyes at the butterflies.
Enter through the very same gate used by traders, leaders and residents of the Red River Settlement.
Watch movies, live music, ballet and more at this outdoor stage in Assiniboine Park.
Sing along to the musical theatre hits presented at this open air stage in beautiful Kildonan Park.
Touch the pelts in the loft, sit in a York boat, and hear the smith's hammer at this fur trade post.
Find yourself at the crossroad for French cultural and artistic life in Manitoba.
Climb the stairs of the historic Via Rail Union Station and discover Manitoba's rail heritage.
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