Explore the repertoire of unique artistic programming.
Hé Ho! Make like a voyageur at this unforgettable cultural event in celebration of Canada's fur trade era.
Carve your way down the slopes of this winter park near Thompson.
Witness the heart and imagination that lives at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People.
Trace the roots of Manitoba's Icelandic settlers back to 1875.
Be a mogul on the moguls, terrain park, and downhill ski runs.
Feel the power of the Creator in this sacred place.
Feel the beat at this Indigenous celebration in honour of the Creator and the seven sacred teachings.
Observe birds and other intriguing wildlife along the endless wilderness paths of Bluff Creek.
Peek at the past in this former general store.
Stop and smell the roses, lilies, herbs and thousands of other flowers and plants found in the park.
See how the fur traders lived. Feel the pelts, watch the blacksmith and patrol the palisade.
Tap into your inner artisan and be inspired by the historical and contemporary crafts on display.
Wind your way through the flowers and plants of this Assiniboine Park gem.
Feel like the first to set eyes on the splendor of this untouched land and waters.
Get a jolt while learning about Manitoba's hydroelectric history.
Explore the city from the rivers that meet at its heart.
Get a 360° view of the boreal forest, the lake and the rocks all around.
Hike to a remote, hand crafted and lakeside cabin tucked deep into Whiteshells wilderness.
Escape to this four-season destination: hit the slopes or the greens, or even soar through the air.
Feel the rhythm at this funky festival with concerts at Old Market Square and around downtown.
Expand your artistic horizons as you wander through exhibits from Manitoba and beyond.
See the hand-painted frescoes, icons and murals in this "prairie cathedral" in Dauphin.
Scurry across the Spirit Sands, the open dunes home to Manitoba's only lizard, the prairie skink.
Visit Gladstone's impressive prairie history and be mesmerized by the artifacts of pioneers.
Get your hands on one of Canadas only diesel engine simulators at this vintage rail station.
Have a day of excitement and exhilaration at this adrenaline-packed park.
Listen for the springtime songs of frogs and watch for pelicans, osprey and bald eagles.
Taste the fun at this free family festival in Morden, featuring local corn and apple juice.
Patrol of the star shaped stone wall of this fur trade fortress on Hudson Bay.
Watch wildlife found on the tundra and along the coast: polar bears, belugas, caribou, and birds.
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