Magical moments in Manitoba
Winnipeg Art Gallery: Get to know Manitoba's capital city by first browsing Winnipeg Art Gallery and the building called Quamajuq.
Manitoba Legislative Building: Inaugurated in 1920, Manitoba's seat of parliament is certainly worth browsing for its assortment of architectural curios.
The Manitoba Museum: Set aside a couple of hours or so to discover the Manitoba Museum.
Canadian Museum of Human Rights: Another top-of-the-list Winnipeg visitor attraction is the excellent Canadian Museum of Human Rights.
The Forks: Spend some downtime in The Forks, Winnipeg's premier shopping and entertainment district.
Manitoba Children's Museum: Traveling with kids? Then the Manitoba Children's Museum at.
Assiniboine Park and Zoo: Assiniboine Park and Zoo affords visitors close up encounters with all sorts of charismatic creatures.
The Royal Canadian Mint: You can't miss the Royal Canadian Mint.
Exchange District: Winnipeg's venerable Exchange District is where to admire the city's finest examples of turn-of-the-century Victorian.
Saint Boniface Cathedral: Saint Boniface Cathedral enjoys a special place in the hearts of many Manitobans.
Manitoba Centennial Centre: Winnipeg comes alive in the evening.