296 McDermot Ave, WinnipegLocated in the Exchange District, this store and studio space carries handmade creations made by local artisans including Nancy Blokland
Art Galleries & Museums
914 Corydon Ave, WinnipegQuality antiques, European and American art glass, pottery, china, primitives, original art and folk art.
290 McDermot Ave, second floor, WinnipegNew local contemporary artists whose work is non-commercial, experimental or multi-disciplinary in nature and professional in quality. Free Admission. Tue-Sat
300 Ross Ave, WinnipegThis new commercial gallery on the edge of the exchange district displays innovative and forward-thinking Winnipeg contemporary artists.
Air Force Way, north of Sharp Blvd, WinnipegThe largest outdoor park of its kind in Canada features 13 aircraft tracing the history of military flight in Canada,
41 Princess St, WinnipegSix-storey historic warehouse, located on the edge of the Exchange District, bursting with quality antique furniture, home decor items and
474 Main St, WinnipegA nostalgic blend of home decor, furniture, local memorabilia and objets d’art.
Johnston Terminal at The Forks, main floor, WinnipegAlcove shop specializing in the works of Manitoba craftspeople, metalsmiths and silversmiths.
7-1170 Taylor Ave, WinnipegSpacious gallery offers a large selection of prints, originals and bronzes by local and international artists. Custom framing available.
409 Taché, WinnipegLocated inside St. Boniface Hospital this gallery exhibits Canadian and local visual artists. Also features visual arts programming, music, readings,
85 Israel Asper Way, WinnipegYears in the making, Winnipeg’s newest landmark is the first museum dedicated solely to the history, evolution, celebration, and future
181 Higgins Ave, main floor, WinnipegLocal contemporary and traditional Aboriginal art. Contemporary and traditional pieces available in many media, such as paintings, pottery, jewellery, leather
125 Adelaide St., WinnipegThe Exchange District is home to this art gallery and workshop centre that focuses on fostering and displaying local talent,
61 Carlton St, WinnipegSee how the city’s upper crust lived at this turn-of-the-last-century home. The restored home of Sir Hugh John Macdonald, former
65 Albert Street, WinnipegLocated in the Exchange District, this gallery offers custom and creative frame services, and two professional galleries for local artists
331 Smith St, WinnipegFeaturing handicrafts from Manitoban and Canadian First Nations. Silver and turquoise jewellery, leather clothing, blankets, moccasins and mukluks, headdresses, jewellery
169 Lilac St, WinnipegAiry Corydon area gallery offers a beautiful variety of contemporary and traditional Canadian art, glassware and jewellery. Professional framing services
300 Memorial Blvd, WinnipegOn-site shop at the Winnipeg Art Gallery carries Inuit sculpture, wall hangings, upscale tableware, handcrafted jewellery, children’s gifts, ceramic, glass
109 Higgins Ave, WinnipegBringing street art to the fine art world. Aerosol spray paintings on large canvasses displayed in a funky warehouse space.
Fort Garry Place, 20 Fort St, Studio 24, WinnipegLocated in the elegant Fort Garry Place, this gallery specializes in Abstract Expressionism and European Art from the 14th to