233 Hargrave St, WinnipegDowntown location of this Canadian sports bar franchise boasts a gaming room with 140 slot machines and six blackjack/poker tables.
Attractions & Tours
SilverCity Polo Park, 817 St. James St, WinnipegFeaturing large floor-to-ceiling screens and stadium seating these Famous Players multiplexes are a great place to see the latest blockbuster.
SilverCity St. Vital, 110-1225 St. Mary, WinnipegFeaturing large floor-to-ceiling screens and stadium seating these Famous Players multiplexes are a great place to see the latest blockbuster.
Box-27B Sturgeon Rd, WinnipegOct 4-31–Two spooky experiences are offered at this fun-filled attraction in the month of October. Family Fun by Day gives
200-400 Fort Whyte Way, WinnipegManitoba’s first all-trampoline, walled playing court is now open to the public. All ages are free jump for joy in
Highway 59, 30 minutes north of Winnipeg, WinnipegLocated 20 minutes south of Grand Beach on Highway 59, this bustling casino is straight from the 1920s. Featuring 300
575 C Berry Street, WinnipegWith 27,000 sq. ft. of indoor track space, nine curvy bends and karts that reach 50 km/h, this indoor go-kart
WinnipegOpens May 18. Spend a peaceful day exploring the Red and Assiniboine Rivers by canoe. Weather permitting to mid-Oct. Rental:
Main dock at The Forks Historic Port, WinnipegExplore the Red and Assiniboine Rivers on this unique water bus service. Dock-to-dock service is available from seven river stops:
65036 Oasis Rd., WinnipegLocated a 1/2 hour from downtown, this is the closest downhill ski facility to Winnipeg. The park offers downhill runs
WinnipegAlong with camping and swimming facilities, this provincial park is home to Spirit Sands, a hiking trail unlike any other
190 ave de la Cathedrale, WinnipegThe dramatic façade is all that is left of the original St. Boniface Cathedral-Basilica which was destroyed by fire in
494 Tache Ave., WinnipegDiscover the history of the early days of Winnipeg’s Francophone community. The building is the oldest in Winnipeg, and the
Twenty minutes from downtown off of Pembina Hwy in St. Norbert. 100 rue des Ruines du Monast, WinnipegThis historic site was once home to the Trappist monks and is also the site of the monastic ruins. The
190 River Rd, WinnipegThis urban green space runs along the Red River, providing scenic cycling and hiking trails. A boat launch area makes
The Forks, WinnipegRelax riverside, or catch a show at the Scotiabank stage. There are endless summer activities to enjoy at this downtown
The Forks, beside the Manitoba Children, WinnipegMeasuring 60 metres across and 2.5 metres deep this stone circle is geometrically aligned to the sunrise and sunset of
3180 Portage Ave, WinnipegTo Aug 30. This summer program features the tour A Trip to the Browns’ House. The theatrical presentation takes place
WinnipegThis new 9.5-kilometre, 3.5 hour, self-guided circuit gives walkers the opportunity to explore urban Winnipeg’s historic, cultural, architectural, and modern
190 Rupert Ave, WinnipegStart amid a stampeding buffalo hunt and travel through Manitoba’s history at this celebrated museum. Gaze up at towering dinosaurs,