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"Winnipeg never falls flat on attractions – or heart.” - Canadian Geographic Travel

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    Pulse Gallery

    Located in the historic Johnston Terminal at Winnipeg’s renowned Forks development, Pulse Gallery showcases the diversity of Manitoba’s talented artists with a modern twist. Colour is the star...

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    Qualico Family Centre

    Designed to blend in with its natural surroundings, the Qualico Family Centre serves as a central gathering place for Park visitors and is capable of accommodating a variety of events and...

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    Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada Museum

    View displays of uniforms, weapons, pictures and artifacts from 1870 to the present, telling the story of Western Canada’s oldest Highland unit.

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    Red River Mutual Trail

    January - March (weather permitting)Slip on your mittens, put on your skates and join the fun on this naturally frozen skating trail. The Red River Mutual Trail is the perfect location to take...

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    Riel House National Historic Site

    Take a glimpse into the life of Louis Riel, Métis leader and founder of Manitoba, at his family’s historic house, restored to its 1886 appearance. 

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    Robert Lowdon Gallery

    Robert Lowdon Gallery is a 4,400 square foot art gallery featuring works by Manitoba artists. Located in Downtown Winnipeg (inside City Place) the gallery is connected to Winnipeg's downtown...

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    Ross House Museum

    Ross House, which served as the first post office in Western Canada, is one of the last remaining examples of Red River frame architecture in Winnipeg. The museum hosts an interpretive exhibit as...

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    Rotary Prairie Nature Park

    Set aside in 1992, this 20-acre tall grass prairie site has a walking trail, interpretive signs and unique species of wildflowers and grasses.

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    Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada

    Where innovation and adventure meet! You’ll discover great ideas (and not so great ideas) in flight and a true appreciation for the adventuring spirit of Canada’s aviation legends. Check the...

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    Royal Canadian Mint

    The Royal Canadian Mint’s Winnipeg facility produces billions of coins each year. This is where ALL Canadian circulation coins are made, as well as those for up to 75 countries all around the...

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    Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum

    Stop in at this museum depicting Western Canada’s oldest infantry regiment dating back to 1883. Follow a scavenger hunt for unique artefacts that shed a new perspective on history. Immerse...

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    Scots Monument

    Learn the stories and names of the Selkirk Settlers. Located at what was once the site of Fort Douglas - a log fort erected by the settlers in 1815. Their history is told on a monument created...

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    Seven Oaks House Museum

    SEVEN OAKS HOUSE MUSEUM (Museum) Visit the oldest home in Winnipeg, and see how a wealthy family of Métis traders and politicians lived throughout the 19th century. The remarkably preserved...

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    Shark Club

    Visit Winnipeg's only downtown gaming centre, located in the heart of downtown and just a few steps from MTS Centre. The gaming centre features 140 brand new slot machines, plus table games such...

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    Six Pines

    Situated just north of Winnipeg resides the home of James and Judy Thevenot, proud owners of Six Pines. Six Pines is a family operated facility that has been an agri-tourism farm for over 2...

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    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

    Sky Zone is the original indoor trampoline park, and Sky Zone Winnipeg is proud to bring the unmatched, out-of-this-world, and high-flyin' FUN of the world's first all-trampoline, walled playing...

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    Speedworld Indoor Kart Track

    It’s racing so real you may need a ride home! Speedworld features real European-style racing karts for the true racing enthusiast. The 40 km/h “sprint karts” will thrill drivers of all ages (4’10”...

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    St. Andrew's Rectory National Historic Site

    View exhibits depicting the history of the rectory and its founders. Enjoy the beauty of the restored rectory (built in 1850-55) and period landscaping. Grounds are open year round.

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