North on Hwy 59, east on Garven Rd 1 km, turn south on Lorne Hill Rd 1/2 km to ranch entrance, WinnipegNear Birds Hill, this ranch offers trail rides, pony rides, and hay and sleigh rides through area sand dunes, trails
Attractions & Tours
WinnipegKristen and Nicole Verin-Treusch runs four themed summer walking tours around downtown. Boom and Bust details Winnipeg’s turn-of-the-last-century rags-to-riches-to-rags story.
Gimli, one hour north of Winnipeg on Hwy 8, WinnipegLocated in the Icelandic community of Gimli, the New Iceland Heritage Museum allows you to visit three exhibits in three
WinnipegTravel down the Assiniboine and Seine rivers and discover Winnipeg’s rich fur trade history aboard a 25-foot voyageur canoe. This
Twenty minutes north of Winnipeg, at the junction of Hwy 67 & 220, between Hwy 7 & 8, WinnipegNamed best environmental experience in the world by British Airways. This thriving wetland is home to nearly 300 species of
25 Poseidon Bay, WinnipegBuilt for the 1967 Pam Am Games and revamped for the 1999 Pan Am Games, this pool boasts one of
6 km south of Nutimik Lake on PR 307, or 38 km north of PTH 44 in Whiteshell Provincial Park, WinnipegThese ancient rock formations depict animals, humans, and geometric shapes. They are said to be an earthly reminder of instructions
190 Rupert Ave, WinnipegYou’ll have stars in your eyes as overhead images explore the universe and probe scientific fact and fiction. The newly
Prairie Dog Trail, North of Inkster Blvd between Sturgeon Rd and Rte 90, WinnipegMore than just a train ride, this vintage steam locomotive holds up to 300 guests for a wild entertainment journey.
Hwy 75 at PR 210, WinnipegLocated five minutes south of Winnipeg on Highway 75, Victory Lanes Speedway provides exciting racing entertainment. Each NOPA/WISSOTA sanctioned racing
330 River Rd., WinnipegThis restored Red River frame house was once home to the mother of Louis Riel, one of Manitoba’s most important
Alexander Docks (Waterfront Dr at Alexander St), WinnipegMajor renovations have transformed this classic river boat into a trendy, upscale vessel for afternoon, dusk and late night sightseeing
140 Meade St N, WinnipegUntil Aug 31 This log house, built in 1854, is the prairie’s first post office. Wed-Sun 10 am-4 pm. Free admission.
WinnipegThese self-guided walking, skiing driving, cycling and paddling tours explore Manitoba’s natural and Aboriginal history along the Red River.
958 Ferry Rd, Hangar T-2, WinnipegLearn the history of aviation in Canada with displays of vintage aircraft and artifacts. Discover great (and not so great)
520 Lagimodiere Blvd, at the junction of Hwy 1 and 59, WinnipegSee your money being made at the Royal Canadian Mint. All of Canada’s circulating coins, as well as currency for
777 Sand Hills Drive, Winnipeg/CarberryThis third First Nations-owned casino in Manitoba boasts 350 slot machines, table games, live entertainment, Dunes restaurant and Oasis lounge.
190 Rupert Ave, WinnipegDiscover your scientific side at this hands-on science centre. Learn about science through high-tech demonstrations, build a remote-controlled car, create
Lagimodière-Gaboury Park(Thibault St & Provencher), WinnipegThis nature trail winds through old St. Boniface to the Red River. Watch out for birds and wildlife along the
115 Rupertsland Blvd, WinnipegOne of the oldest surviving residences in the province. Built between 1851-1853, the house is decorated with furniture, clothing, toys