Things to do

Discover the best things to do and enchanting places to visit in Winnipeg. Explore attractions in Winnipeg now and start planning your next trip to Winnipeg.

 
Tourist attractions in Winnipeg.

800-661-3830

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

Seasonal

Arranged by the The Great Canadian Travel Company, are for people looking to experience more than just the wildlife this region has to offer. Enjoy a truly remarkable cultural experience on this 6-day tour of the Arctic circle. Read More >>

800.565.2595

Atikaki Provincial Park, MB

Arranged by the Aikens Lake Wilderness Lodge, a fishing lodge situated in Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park, this trip is perfect for adventurers with a penchant for wilderness. Read More >>

204-949-2050

Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Seasonal

This tour organised by Frontiers North explores the wild tundra landscape in a specially designed all-terrain Tundra Buggy vehicle providing optimal photography opportunities and wildlife viewing. You can see many wildlife along this trip – caribou, beluga whales, wolves, polar bears, red and arctic fox, moose, Ross’ gulls and more. Read More >>

Birds, Bears and Belugas

8668469453

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

July & August

Organised by Churchill Wild explores the wild tundra landscape for over 5 days. The catch phrase ‘Walk with Polar Bears, Swim with Belugas’ seems to come true during this amazing and incredible adventure. Read More >>

Marvels of Manitoba

(204) 636-2968/(877) 636-2968

Winnipeg, MB

Organised by Churchill Nature Tours, explore Winnipeg to Churchill and cover 1710 kms in 9 days. Explore Manitoba’s prairie province from Winnipeg to Wasagaming to Duphin to Churchill. Learn about the cultural heritage of the province and also see the natural history and wildlife of Manitoba. Read More >>

204-945-5813

450 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1S4, Canada

Year Round

Manitoba Legislative Building houses the legislative assembly and stands as a symbol of the strength and vitality of the capital city. The building was designed by Frank Worthington Simon and the official opening ceremony was performed by Sir James Aikins, then Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba in 1920. Read More >>

204-349-2410

Lot 83 Barren Lake Road, Falcon Lake

With friendly ambiance, peaceful surroundings with a western setting, visitors here are assured of a wonderful time. Go on trail rides, pony rides, or wagon/sleigh rides and soak up the fresh air or go horse back riding. Read More >>

(204) 222-1824

67 111 Deacon Rd, Winnipeg, MB R2C2Z2

Have a fun day at the farm, visit the animals in their pens, see miniature cows on the pasture, go on wagon train rides, try goat milking, climb the tower of bales, the tired mountains, and enjoy a game of Farmer Golf. Take part in their annual Pumpkin Festival. Read More >>

(204) 989-8355

1961 McCreary Road, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2K9

FortWhyte Alive is an environmental, education and recreation centre situated on 640 acres of prairie, lakes, forest and wetlands. It is a place for everyone to enjoy throughout the year with many family fun activities to give everyone an unforgettable experience. Read More >>

204-233-9470

866 St Joseph Street, Winnipeg, MB

Seasonal - May Mid to Late August

Fort Gibraltar was originally a fur trade post, built in 1810 at the Forks of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers by the North West Company. The Fort was later destroyed by the Selkirk Colony and later rebuilt in 1817. Read More >>

(204) 222-1137

59 North Drive, Oakbank, MB, Canada


Monday - Sunday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Visitors can enjoy horseback riding or go for a scenic trail ride around the Birds Hill Park and see deer, owls, and other animals or go on wagon rides. There are options to include dinner or breakfast with trail rides. In winter, enjoy sleigh rides. Read More >>

(204) 467-3300

1 Snow Goose Bay, Stonewall, Stonewall

Year Round

About Oak Hammock Marsh  A Wetland of international Importance, the Oak Hammock Marsh’s total Wildlife Management Area is 36 sq km. This restored prairie marsh is home to many species of birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, insects and more. Read More >>

(204) 586-6298

551 Machray Ave, Winnipeg, MB R2W 1A8

The museum displays the history of the Fort Garry Horse Regiment from its origins to the present time through use of artifacts, photographs and archival material. The museum has three display rooms and a library with the larger artifacts displayed either around the armoury or outdoors. Read More >>

(204) 786-4300

969 St Matthews Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0J7

Tue 14:00-20:00

The Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying of military artifacts, pictures, books, documents etc. of Western Canada’s oldest Infantry Regiment. Military artifacts, pictures, books, documents are displayed at the Gallery. Read More >>

+ 1 877-877-6037

85 Israel Asper Way, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0L5

Monday - Sunday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pmWednesday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

With 10 core galleries, guided tours, interactive experiences, thought-provoking programs and creative use of mobile technology, the Museum aims to inspire its visitors on a journey to erase barriers and create meaningful change. Read More >>

(204) 255-2864

600 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg, MB R2M 3L5

Explore the museum that depicts the history of St. Vital. The Museum displays artifacts relating to the history of St. Vital including fine arts, decorative displays, archival materials, films and videos dating from the first settlement. Read More >>

(204) 947-0438

2777 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3J 3S5

Open May long weekend to August 31

About Grant’s Old Mill The Grant’s  Mill is based on a “Water Mill” near Sturgeon Creek which was drawn on a map made by mid-19th-century surveyor and map-maker, J.H. Hind. Read More >>