Exchange District Tours

492 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1B7
Phone: 204.942.6716

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Death and Debauchery - 1 hour 

Take a walk on the wild side and explore the dark secrets that made Winnipeg the ‘Wickedest City in the Dominion.’ Get a glimpse into a different side of Winnipeg’s history with drunken mayors, angry mobs, a legal red light district, and a few executions.

•  May to August 
•  Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
•  $10 per person
•  Group rate $8 per person 
•  Students & kids  $6

Historic Architecture - 1.5 hours 

Explore the vibrant history and stunning architecture of the Exchange District, a roadmap of Winnipeg’s early growth and architectural styles. See examples of brick and mortar warehouses from the 1890s, marvelous terracotta skyscrapers of Winnipeg’s 1910 boom period, as well as modernist complexes in Winnipeg’s brutalist quarter.

•  May to August
•  Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
•  $10 per person
•  Group rate $8 per person
•  Students & kids $6  

History of the Exchange District - 1.5 hours   

Walk the cobblestone streets and experience the colourful history of the Exchange District. Explore Winnipeg’s riveting political history – from its leadership in the anti-fascism movement, to the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike, the largest labour strike in Canadian history, which led to the ill-fated Bloody Saturday.

•  May to August
•  Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
•  $10 per person
•  Group rate $8per person
•  Students & kids $6

Strike! The Walking Tour - 1.5 hours  

The 1919 Winnipeg General Strike was the longest and most violent labour conflict in North America and had a major national impact on the labour movement. Learn about the plight of the strikers from the citywide halt of production to the firing of the police force and the tragic events of Bloody Saturday.

•  May to August
•  Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
•  $10 per person
•  Group rate: $8 per person
•  Students & kids: $6

Food Tours and Additional Specialty Tours

Learn about the district’s rich history while sampling locally crafted gin at an artisan distillery, sipping beer brewed right here or enjoying the culinary creativity of the neighbourhood’s vibrant restaurants. Visit the website to see all current tour offerings.

•  June to August
•  Prices TBD

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Winnipeg, Manitoba
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1 855 PEG CITY (734-2489)

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