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Museums/Galleries

Winnipeg Art Gallery

Playing a vital role in the community, this gallery thrives as a creative and accessible place for learning, discovery and inspiration through art, with a focus on Inuit art and culture. Tour guide is every 15 minutes offered in both official languages.

300 Memorial Blvd.
http://wag.ca/

Royal Canadian Mint

Learns how coins are made, see the famous Vancouver 2010 athlete medals, hold a solid gold bar worth over $750,000 and much more.

520 Lagimodière Blvd.
http://www.mint.ca/store/mint/visit-the-mint/winnipeg-location-8900024#.WaBAUunkWUk

Manitoba Museum

The province’s largest, not-for-profit heritage and science centre. We are renowned for our vivid portrayal of Manitoba’s rich and colourful history, Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits.

Rupert Ave
https://manitobamuseum.ca/main/

Aboriginal/Cultural/Historical Sites

Circle of Life Thunderbird House

Home for Aboriginal spirituality and culture. It is a focal point and mecca for Aboriginal people coming from rural communities to Winnipeg’s urban environment.

745 Main St.
https://www.facebook.com/CircleofLifeThunderbirdHouse/

St. Boniface Cathedral-Basilica

The original Cathedral, built in 1908, was destroyed by a fire and the remaining walls are incorporated into the design of the new church.

190 Avenue de la Cathedrale
www.cathedralestboniface.mb.ca

Polo Park

Boasts 200 of the finest shops and services with several exclusive brands. It is the 12th largest shopping centre in Canada and the largest between Toronto and Edmonton.

1485 Portage Ave
https://www.cfshops.com/polo-park.html
1485 Portage Ave

Walking Tours

Exchange Districts Historical Walking Tours

The largest inventory of heritage buildings in North America, built between 1880 and 1920. Steeped in history, the Exchange District holds Winnipeg’s deepest and darkest secrets. On our guided walking tours, knowledgeable and dynamic tour guides examine legends of power, corruption and heroism all while you enjoy an exceptional collection of architecture.

https://www.tourismwinnipeg.com/play/tours/display,listing/05739/exchange-district-historical-walking-tours
492 Main St.

Food & Drink

The Forks Market

One of Winnipeg’s most beloved places, at the junction of the Assiniboine and mighty Red rivers. Winter, spring, summer or fall, this market is a must for a stunning array of dining experiences, incomparable shopping, a constantly changing slate of entertainment and events, and many unique attractions that encompass the site’s natural, historic and man-made features.

http://www.theforks.com/
1 Forks Market Rd.

Fort Garry Brewing Company

Made in Manitoba since 1930, our facility features state of the art brewing equipment Which enables us to brew perfect batches of Fort Garry beers every time.

http://www.fortgarry.com/index.asp
130 Lowson Crescent

Half Pints Brewery

Every Saturday, we offer a free tour of our brewery, beginning at 1:00pm.
To make it a worthwhile visit, tours are limited to 20 people. It is on a “first-come, first-served” basis, so please arrive early enough to secure a spot on the tour. We explore how beer is made; the different styles of beer there are; how and where Half Pints fits into the Winnipeg beer landscape. Questions are welcome. Our tour ends back in the taproom, where you can spend some time with friends afterwards, sampling some of our offerings.

http://halfpintsbrewing.com/
550 Roseberry St.

Chocolatier Constance Popp, Winnipeg’s Premium Chocolate

We LOVE making our own cacao bean to chocolate bars here in St. Boniface Manitoba! We select only premium criollo beans from all over the world from certified organic and fair-trade plantations!

http://constancepopp.com/
180 Provencher Blvd.

Clementine Cafe

Amazing atmosphere, fantastic staff, great coffee and stunning food.

clementinewinnipeg.com
123 Princess St.

Miscellaneous Entertainment

Prairie Dog Central Railway

A fully restored 1950-era vintage train with five wooden coaches pulled by either an 1882 steam or a 1950’s classic GP9 diesel locomotive. Each unique trip incorporates station stops at Grosse Ile where there are local country vendors with home baking, produce and handicrafts.

www.pdcrailway.com
1 Prairie Dog Trail

Assiniboine Park & Zoo

Over 400 acres and nearly 200 species, Assiniboine Park & Zoo is your destination for adventures, discovery and four seasons of fun. List of attractions in Assiniboine Park:
English Gardens, Leo MOL Sculpture Garden, Lyric Theatre, Pavilion Gallery Museum, Winnie the Bear Statue and much more.

www.assiniboinepark.ca
2595 Roblin Blvd.

Discounted Pass Program

Here is a link to our Discounted Pass Program that may be ideal for the delegates: https://www.tourismwinnipeg.com/deals/discounts-and-passes