Birds of a feather flock together at FortWhyte Alive when the skies fill at dusk during Sunset Goose Flights. See and hear thousands of waterfowl, geese and pelicans land on its lakes nightly from September 16 until October 18.
Revel on the roof of the Winnipeg Art Gallery during their Rooftop Retreat Pop-ups that combine local artists, film, live music, food, drinks and all manner of merriment. Thursdays through to October.
You’re sure to be mesmerized by the beauty and amplified brush strokes of Vincent Van Gogh when you experience his work on an enormous scale accompanied by symphonic music at Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition at the RBC Convention Centre (Sept 17 – Oct 31).
See the city get a new splash of colour during the Wall-to-Wall Mural Festival, which combines murals, music and mentorship on concrete canvases throughout September.
Sip your way through the city’s craft beer scene with Winnipeg Tasting Tours. Their four-hour tours take you to four breweries for flights along with a meal at One Great City.
Hear the wind rustle the husks while you navigate the 10-acre Corn Maze at Deer Meadow Farms, whose attractions also include a petting zoo, a deer preserve and pumpkin patch. September 3 to October 31.
Heart-pounding, hair-raising, adult-oriented fun awaits at Heebie Jeebies, where the 70,000 sq. ft. Bunker Z maze will be filled with zombies, circus freaks, and nightmarish characters. The October 31 date will also feature the largest Halloween fireworks display in Manitoba. On throughout all of October.
The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra has “recomposed” to adapt their fall concert series to COVID restrictions. They’ll be staging numerous social distance approved performances covering the likes of Beethoven and Bach along with teaming up with local musicians as part of the Pop series this season.
You’ll be amazed at all there is to do at A Maze in Corn this autumn. On top of the corn maze that takes around 45 minutes to navigate, they also have zip line tours, a brand-new sunflower expo, a petting zoo and a pumpkin barn market. Plus, the Haunted Forest returns on October 2!
See a selection of paintings by famed Ojibway artist Norval Morrisseau at Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery from September 11 to October 31 as part of Norval Morrisseau- MiskwMiskwaabik Animiiki / Copper Thunderbird.
Discover how millions of coins from across the globe are made on a tour of the Royal Canadian Mint that is worth every penny.
Be whisked away across the universe in the Planetarium, stroll the boardwalk of 1920s Winnipeg, and see the full scope of a bison hunt at the Manitoba Museum.
Be inspired to make a difference when you journey from darkness to light through the interactive galleries of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Get your gourd on while stocking up on local produce, Manitoba meats, crafts and preserves at Le Marché St. Norbert Farmers Market.
An enthralling nearly nose-to-nose experience with polar bears, seals and other Arctic species awaits at the Journey to Churchill exhibit at Assiniboine Park Zoo.
Keep your wits about you as you explore the three haunted houses that make up this year’s Six Pines Haunted Attractions, open select dates October 1-31.
Have a blast (or lazer, toss, duck or roll) when you find yourself inside an 8-bit video game at Activate Games, the world’s first interactive team-based game centre.
Unwind at Thermëa by Nordik Spa-Nature, renowned for its Scandinavian-style body treatments, Finnish saunas, steam rooms, thermal pools and delicious dining – which you can do in your robe!
Shoot for a hole-in-one alongside dinosaurs and sea creatures at U-Puttz Amusement Centre.
Unleash your inner kid at Rec Room, an adult-oriented centre featuring axe-throwing, VR, pool, ping pong, arcades and mighty fine food and drink too.
Leap to new heights at indoor trampoline park Flying Squirrel.
Celebrate her story during Femfest (September 19 - 26, 2020), featuring female-driven plays from across the country along with virtual workshops and events.
Ride the rails of Canada’s central hub history at the Winnipeg Railway Museum. Artifacts include the glorious 150-year-old Countess of Dufferin – the first steam locomotive to operate on the Canadian prairies.
Witness the evolution of Winnipeg’s Francophone and Métis history at Le Musée de Saint-Boniface, the former home of the Grey Nuns which is also the largest oak structure in North America.
Walk through Wolseley’s coolest lane and encounter seals, polar bears, narwhals, belugas and more at artist Kal Barteski’s Back Alley Arctic.
Blast your opponents in a game of laser tag at Lasertopia, home of the two-level, 4,500 sq. ft. laser tag arena the Lost City.
Satisfy your need for speed at Speedworld Indoor Kart Track, a 28,000 sq. ft. facility where the pro karts reach speeds of up to 60 km!
Climb your way to the top at Vertical Adventures, Manitoba’s largest indoor climbing facility featuring more than 5,000 square feet to dig those fingers and toes into.
Shop local and meet hundreds of makers at the Third + Bird Christmas Market, October 23-25 at Red River Exhibition Place.
Strike up some fun at Uptown Alley where the action goes beyond just 5-pins to include laser tag and arcades.
Migration season is pure magic at the Harry J. Enns Wetlands Discovery Centre where avian enthusiasts can witness countless winged wonders descend on the wetlands at sunset. Open until dusk for fall migration from Thursday to Sunday, September 17 to October 18.
Introduce your taste buds to the city’s burgeoning brewery scene when you stop for hops at Winnipeg's 14+ craft breweries. Plus, right now it’s seemingly the season of sours, with most breweries crafting terrific tart and fruity numbers!
Shop ‘til you drop at Outlet Collection Winnipeg, featuring more than 100 stores including Saks OFF 5TH, DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, Kate Spade Outlet, Under Armour and Nike.
Take a stroll along the Assiniboine while the leaves change overhead on the city’s Riverwalk.
Step into the whimsical world of the Bois-des-Esprit trail, where local artists have carved wood spirits into trees. It is part of the Seine River Greenway in St. Vital.
Shine a light on good times at the Manitoba Electrical Museum, which illuminates the province’s history of hydro power in wacky and wild ways.
Work on your swing or play a round of miniature golf year-round beneath the soaring ceiling of the Golf Dome.
Embark on the Wicked to Riches Broadway Walking Tour from the #1 Tripadvisor-rated Winnipeg Trolley Company. Featuring more than 15 stops and 90 minutes of intriguing audio, this new app brings you to all the top spots along Broadway downtown.
See the innerworkings of Lake of the Woods Brew Company while eating from a mighty fine selection of food kiosks from some of the city’s best chefs and restauranteurs at Hargrave Street Market.
Embark on The Loop, a curated self-guided walking experience that showcases 60 points of interest dotting a route that spans 9.5 km through downtown, Chinatown, The Forks and St. Boniface.