Explore the repertoire of unique artistic programming.
Peruse the eclectic curiosities that tell the stories of the area's natural and human history.
Celebrate in style at this grand 1909 house, now fully restored as a farmhouse museum.
Escape to the tropics for a winning getaway with slots, table games, great food, and great service.
Get lost in puzzle maze, play human fooseball, race go karts, and sink a mini golf hole in one!
See traditional Romanian peasant-style architecture in this house, church, and cemetery.
Feel like the first to set eyes on the splendor of this untouched land and waters.
Journey to the past on the one of the oldest vintage operating trains in North America.
Bake bannock and shop at the farmers' market at this excellent example of Red River architecture.
Buzz around town and ride in tandem on novelty bikes.
Trace the roots of Manitoba's Icelandic settlers back to 1875.
Embrace the arts in the city's French quarter with engaging Francophone theatre.
Connect with nature in this expansive park packed with family-friendly amenities.
Make a pilgrimage to this beautiful church and grotto, host to biennial Medieval Festival.
Make your way across the Souris River across Canada's longest suspension bridge.
Roast marshmellows over the campfire and wander over to the historic St. Joseph Museum.
Cheer your heart out and stomp your feet at this high energy professional rodeo.
Watch for songbirds, pelicans, ducks and geese at this marshland park on Lake Manitoba.
Imagine a journey to the middle of nowhere, that puts you at the centre of everything.
Be in the centre of sport, agriculture, entertainment and recreation in Brandon.
Take in the classics, Broadway hits and new Canadian works by the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre.
Find yourself at the crossroad for French cultural and artistic life in Manitoba.
Watch wildlife found on the tundra and along the coast: polar bears, belugas, caribou, and birds.
Visit this collection of buildings and monuments that pay tribute to Ukrainian settlers.
Learn about the life of "The Father of Manitoba" and experience the culture of the Métis people.
Come to play at this former quarry, now filled with outdoor fun and interpretive galleries.
Learn about pioneer farming practices at this former agricultural research and education facility.
See what life along the Red River was like for Morris pioneers.
Sing along to the musical theatre hits presented at this open air stage in beautiful Kildonan Park.
Make friends with the polar bears, laugh with the snow leopards and bat eyes at the butterflies.
Find comedy, drama, heartwarming stories, and toe-tapping music.
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