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Ranked #1 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: History Museums; Natural History Museums; Observatories/ Planetariums
Owner description: This museum provides ­a unique journey through the province of Manitoba, the world and the universe. Explore diverse... more » Owner description: This museum provides ­a unique journey through the province of Manitoba, the world and the universe. Explore diverse ecological environments and blast off on an interactive tour of the current night sky. « less
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Ranked #2 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Historic Sites; Parks
Owner description: Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site of CanadaHistory will unfold before your eyes at this restored 19th century fort... more » Owner description: Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site of CanadaHistory will unfold before your eyes at this restored 19th century fort where costumed staff recreate the 1850s in the Red River Valley. Come and meet the Governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company as he strolls through his garden, barter with the company clerk, sit in a tipi and listen to the whispers of ancient legends, and touch the coarse fur of a bison hide at the oldest stone fur trading post in North America – or, if you prefer, scour the fort for clues in a family scavenger hunt. There is something here for the whole family.Living-history programs run mid-May – Labour Day, 9:00 – 5:00 daily. Daily guided tours in English and French and motorized access for mobility challenged visitors available. Regularly scheduled tours are offered in September. Don’t forget to ask us about our Halloween and Christmas programs. The site is open to groups year-round for tours, weddings or meetings by pre-booking. « less
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Ranked #3 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Historic Sites

Slip on your mittens, put on your skates and join in the fun on the longest naturally-frozen skating trail in the world! With an approximate length of 9.34 kilometers, the... more »

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Ranked #4 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Specialty Museums
Owner description: Winnipeg's Aviation Museum -- dedicated to the preservation, restoration and display of Canada's unique aviation heritage... more » Owner description: Winnipeg's Aviation Museum -- dedicated to the preservation, restoration and display of Canada's unique aviation heritage from the golden age of bush flying. « less
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Assiniboine Park (Winnipeg)
Ranked #5 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Zoos; Gardens; Parks
Owner description: Spend the day at this pleasant park which features a zoo, fabulous English gardens, scenic walking paths, a minature train... more » Owner description: Spend the day at this pleasant park which features a zoo, fabulous English gardens, scenic walking paths, a minature train and a theater,among other amenities. « less
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Rainbow Stage (Winnipeg)
Ranked #6 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
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Fort Whyte Alive (Winnipeg)
Ranked #7 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Parks
Owner description: Year Round Edutainment Learn it, love it, and live it up in our 640-acre backyard! Choose from a variety of outdoor... more » Owner description: Year Round Edutainment Learn it, love it, and live it up in our 640-acre backyard! Choose from a variety of outdoor activities—for a new adventure every day.• Interpretive Centre • Buffalo Stone Café • Aquarium of the Prairies • Burrowing Owl Enclosure • Bison Prairie • Saturn Family Tree House • Tipi Encampment • Prairie Dog Town • Pioneer Sod House • 7 km of forest trails • Nature Shop • floating marsh boardwalks • wildlife watching • canoeing & fishing on 5 lakes • cross-country skiing • snowshoeing • toboganning • public programs & events. Whether you are planning a first-time or return visit to this very special place, we are sure that you will leave with new insights into the natural world, a deeper appreciation of Manitoba’s heritage, new information and actions for sustainable living, and plenty of fresh air, memories of fun and discovery with family and friends. « less
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Ranked #8 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Government Buildings; Architectural Buildings
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Folklorama (Winnipeg)
Ranked #9 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
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Eskimo Museum (Churchill)
Ranked #10 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: History Museums
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Ranked #11 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Performances
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Ranked #12 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: National Parks; Hiking Trails
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Shaw Park (Winnipeg)
Ranked #13 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields
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Ranked #14 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Beaches; Parks
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Ranked #15 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Find out what life was life in the 1870s: this historic village is a reconstruction of a late 19th century Mennonite... more » Owner description: Find out what life was life in the 1870s: this historic village is a reconstruction of a late 19th century Mennonite community. « less
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Ranked #16 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Symphonies
Owner description: For 60 years the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra has delighted audiences with its innovative programming and musical excellence.... more » Owner description: For 60 years the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra has delighted audiences with its innovative programming and musical excellence. The WSO has become the celebrated hub of Winnipeg's rich cultural life and has gained international recognition for the International New Music Festival. Under the guidance of Music Director Alexander Mickelthwate the WSO's 2008-2009 concert performances feature world renowned guest conductors and artists, celebrates music from the great composers to the crowd-pleasing Pops. The WSO’s concert program runs September through May. « less
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Ranked #17 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre is an award-winning nature interpretation centre located on the edge of the Oak Hammock... more » Owner description: Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre is an award-winning nature interpretation centre located on the edge of the Oak Hammock Marsh. The interpretive centre offers a multitude of fun and interactive exhibits as well as a 120-seat multimedia theatre, a gift shop as well as a delicious café overlooking the marsh. Open year-round, the Interpretive Centre welcomes families, group tours and school visits for guided programs such as canoe excursions, guided birding walk and snowshoe walks, The marsh itsefl is a 36 km2 Wildlife Management Area featuring a restored prairie marsh, aspen-oak bluff, waterfowl lure crops, artesian springs, some of Manitoba's last remaining patches of tall-grass prairie and 30 kilometers of hiking trails to explore. It is home to 25 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, numerous amphibians, reptiles, and fish, and countless invertebrates. During migration season, the number of waterfowl using the marsh during migration can exceed 400,000 daily! « less
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Ranked #18 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Art Museums
Owner description: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada's oldest civic art gallery, celebrates its 100th anniversary from Sept 2012 to Aug 2013. As... more » Owner description: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada's oldest civic art gallery, celebrates its 100th anniversary from Sept 2012 to Aug 2013. As one of Canada's leading art museums, the WAG has over 25,000 works of art ranging from 15th century European paintings to 21st century American multi-media art, and has toured exhibitions around the world-Spain, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Taiwan, Norway, China, Italy, and the United States. At the forefront in promoting Manitoba artists nationwide and abroad, the WAG also represents artists from countries and cultures from across the globe. « less
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Ranked #19 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Dinner Theaters
Original 3 act musical comedies that will keep you singing and laughing all evening.
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Ranked #20 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Science Museums
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Hecla Provincial Park (Hecla Island)
Ranked #21 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Parks; Historic Sites
This small cluster of islands was once settled by migrating Icelanders.
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Ranked #22 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Theaters
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Kildonan Park (Winnipeg)
Ranked #23 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Parks
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Ranked #24 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks
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Doors Open (Winnipeg)
Ranked #25 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
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Ranked #26 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Government Buildings
Open Mon-fri 9-5 in winter, mon-sun 9-5 in summer. $5 per adults and $3 per child. Call to make reservations.
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Ranked #27 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Theaters
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Fort Gibraltar (Winnipeg)
Ranked #28 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Historic Sites; Educational Sites
Owner description: Located minutes from downtown Winnipeg, Fort Gibraltar is an ideal venue for hosting a variety of events: weddings, corporate... more » Owner description: Located minutes from downtown Winnipeg, Fort Gibraltar is an ideal venue for hosting a variety of events: weddings, corporate meetings, private functions, group tours and more! Three rooms are available year-round, offering modern facilities in an historical setting. In the summer, Fort Gibraltar is also a living history museum offering interactive and educational guided tours about the fur trade era. Our costumed interpreters relive the daily life of the inhabitants of the site in 1815 as you visit significant buildings in the fort such as the blacksmith shop, the winterer's cabin and the trading post. In February, the historical venue is at the heart of the largest winter festival in Western Canada, the Festival du Voyageur. « less
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Ranked #29 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Owner description: The Clear Lake Golf Course was built in two stages commencing in 1928. Renowned architect Stanley Thompson designed the front... more » Owner description: The Clear Lake Golf Course was built in two stages commencing in 1928. Renowned architect Stanley Thompson designed the front nine while the back nine was designed and built by Vic Creed with supervision from Park Superintendent Mr. Smart. The complete course was open for play in the spring of 1934. Relief Workers during the Great Depression supplied labor for the back nine, and at the time the green fees were set at fifty cents. An annual golf membership was available for husband and wife for the princely sum 5.00 per couple. The Golf Professional for the day was well-known Johnnie Lawrence who continued in that capacity for 43 years until his retirement in 1976. Local tradespeople built the Clubhouse, which is registered as a Heritage Building, in 1933. We are situated in Riding Mountain National Park at the east end of Clear Lake. The course remains one of the most unique and beautiful courses in the Province. The course is within 10 minutes of the commercial district and any of the lodges in the area. When driving north along highway #10, turn left at the end of the lake and the gates will invite you in. « less
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Ranked #30 of 306 attractions in Manitoba
Category: Bodies of Water
Plunging more than 400 feet, this is the deepest lake in Manitoba.
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