Top 10 Things To Do in Winnipeg
1. The Forks
Known as Winnipeg’s meeting place, The Forks is right in the heart of downtown. Framed by the banks of the two rivers, The Forks has served as a meetingplace for over 6,000 years. With dining, shopping, entertainment and over 4 million visitors a year, you know you have to visit.
2. Shaw Park
Shaw Park hosts multiple games and concerts every year. Ticket prices are always low and the view from anywhere is great. This really is the perfect spot to see a wide variety of entertainment and just have fun.
A fun and adventurous modern-day treasure hunt you can enter as many times as you want! You’ll be adventuring all over Winnipeg and the surrounding areas solving clues that will have you exploring the city, including spots you likely haven't explored before! It only costs $10 and every time you finish, you will get $5 to the Adventure Hunt Store and be entered to win a FREE TRIP TO PANAMA! You can enter on your own, with a date or with a group of friends. No matter how many people you are with, you will have a blast!
4. Assiniboine Park
Assiniboine Park is stuffed with fun. You can explore the Zoo, roam around the English Gardens, unwind on the scenic walking paths, admire the miniature train and so much more! No matter what, you will have a blast!
5. Fort Whyte Alive
Boasting 640 acres, Fort Whyte Alive has something for everyone. There is a tree house, owl enclosure, 7 km of forest trails, floating marsh boardwalks, wildlife, 5 fishing lakes, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and so much more. Trust us when we say you won’t be bored here!
6. Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is very enlightening and a great place to see. There is digital technology, video, film and art to learn from. The outside also is fun to look at as the architecture is unique. No matter if you are going inside or just admiring from the outside, this is a definite stop.
7. Kildonan Park
Kildonan Park is a great park to walk or run around. It is always kept very clean allowing you to really enjoy the flowers or Autumn colors depending on when you are there.
Established in 1909, Chinatown boasts some of the best shops, gardens and dining the Chinese culture has to offer. As you step in, you can feel the culture and just appreciate it as you go.
9. Leo Mol Sculpture Garden
This hidden gem is located in Assiniboine Park and has many bronze sculptures to see and take pictures with. It also has a beautiful garden you can check out. It is never too crowded allowing you to see what you want.
10. Manitoba Legislative Building
Standing at 253 feet tall, the Manitoba Legislative Building was completed in 1920 and has amazed people since. Famous for the gold covered statue at the top of the dome known as the Golden Boy, Manitoba Legislative Building is definitely a must-see.