Get ready for action with this Winnipeg PAW Patrol checklist
If you're racing to Winnipeg to see PAW Patrol Live: Race to the Rescue, here are some other amazing things to see and do
So, you're on a roll to Winnipeg to see PAW Patrol Live (January 3, 4 & 5, 2019). We've put together this Mayor Goodway-approved checklist of other kid-friendly adventures to make your weekend trip to The Peg extra PAWsome.
Where to stay
Any adventure in Winnipeg begins with booking the perfect hotel for you and your kids - and we all know a waterslide is a must. Strap on your pup pack and head to one of these hotels:
Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, featuring Dino Beach Water Park - 1808 Wellington Avenue
Fairfield Inn and Suites Winnipeg featuring an indoor waterpark and it's pet friendly, if you have your own pup - 1301 Ellice Avenue
Canad Inns Destination Centre Polo Park with Splasher’s Indoor Pool & Waterslide - 1405 St. Matthews Avenue
Check out even more options here.
What to do
☑️Assiniboine Park Zoo - 2595 Roblin Blvd
Winter is a wonderful time to experience the Zoo! Start your adventure off at Journey to Churchill to see the polar bears playing in the snow or swimming overhead in the Sea Ice Passage. Take a park trail wagon ride at McFeetors Heavy Horse Centre, warm up inside the tropical oasis Toucan Ridge and end your visit with lunch at the Tundra Grill and playtime at the Polar Playground.
☑️Hide N Seek - 100-305 Fort Whyte Way
What kid doesn't love an epic indoor playground? The facility features a massive kids play structure as well as a toddler zone and arcade. Parents can relax with a coffee in the Orange Tree Cafe.
☑️In My Backyard with Fred Penner at the Manitoba Museum Planetarium - 190 Rupert Avenue
Why not double up on your entertainment by checking out the new interactive show featuring beloved children's entertainer Fred Penner as he explores things large and small, from the colours of the rainbow, to the reasons for the seasons, all within the stunning dome of the Planetarium. Shows happen every day at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
☑️Manitoba Children's Museum - 45 Forks Market Road
Hop aboard an authentic 1952 diesel locomotive and 1910 Pullman passenger coach, explore the five-storey tall Lasagna Lookout, go inside the giant Illusion Tunnel, perform water experiments in the Splash Lab, and so much more. Also on display until January 6 is the historic Eaton’s Fairytale Vignettes - fifteen fun displays including Cinderella, Humpty Dumpty, Three Blind Mice, and more.
☑️Arctic Glacier Winter Park - The Forks
Arctic Glacier Winter Park offers outdoor adventures for every age. Located at The Forks, it features 1.2 kilometres of skating trails, a toboggan run, Crokicurl rink and beautifully lit archways and trees if you check it out at night. Weekends also feature horse-drawn wagon rides, Indigenous storytelling and bannock making, snow-sculpting sessions and a dance floor on ice at the Canopy Skating Rink with a live DJ! Warm up with some hot chocolate (and do some shopping!) inside The Forks Market and Johnston Terminal. Be sure to check out our favourite kids store - Kite and Kaboodle!
For other amazing family adventures in Winnipeg, just yelp for help! Or go to tourismwinnipeg.com.
PAW Patrol LIVE! Race to the Rescue
January 3 - 6:00 pm
January 4 - Two shows 2:00 pm & 6:00 pm
January 5 - Three shows 10:00 am, 2:00 pm & 6:00 pm
Centennial Concert Hall
Click here to purchase tickets