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Heritage & Historic Sites



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Fort Gibraltar

866 St. Joseph St, Whittier Park, Hébert St and St. Joseph St, Winnipeg

Standing near the fork of the Red and Assiniboine rivers in St. Boniface, this historical site is a replica of

Manitoba Legislative Building

Broadway and Osborne St, Winnipeg

Tour the grand building where the province’s decision-makers meet. Self-guided tours daily 8:00 am-8:00 pm. From September to June, guided

Riel House

330 River Rd., Winnipeg

This restored Red River frame house was once home to the mother of Louis Riel, one of Manitoba’s most important

Seven Oaks House

115 Rupertsland Blvd, Winnipeg

One of the oldest surviving residences in the province. Built between 1851-1853, the house is decorated with furniture, clothing, toys

St. Boniface Basilica

190 ave de la Cathedrale, Winnipeg

The dramatic façade is all that is left of the original St. Boniface Cathedral-Basilica which was destroyed by fire in

St. Norbert Arts & Cultural Centre

Twenty minutes from downtown off of Pembina Hwy in St. Norbert. 100 rue des Ruines du Monast, Winnipeg

This historic site was once home to the Trappist monks and is also the site of the monastic ruins. The

The Forks/Oodena Circle

The Forks, beside the Manitoba Children, Winnipeg

Measuring 60 metres across and 2.5 metres deep this stone circle is geometrically aligned to the sunrise and sunset of

Union Station

123 Main St, Winnipeg

Built in 1911, the station was designed by the same architects behind New York’s Grand Central Station. Today this is

Upper Fort Garry Gate

Broadway and Main Street across from The Forks, Winnipeg

Central to some of Winnipeg’s most memorable events of the fur trade era, all that remains of this Hudson’s Bay
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