Keep your kids engaged this winter season with these free activities and attractions.
- Remembering the Real Winnie: Take kids to the The Pavillion @ Assiniboine Park to see memorabilias of Winnie the Pooh. This exhibition features objects from Lieutenant Harry Colebourn’s personal collection that present the story of a Canadian female black bear that inspired A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh and dates back to the Great War of 1914–1918. Details
- Visit the Zoo & Museum: A number of attractions in Winnipeg offer free admission to Kids 12 and under during the holiday season. Visit the Assiniboine Park Zoo and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The Assiniboine Park Zoo offers free admission for children aged 11 and under from December 21 – January 5, while Youth 12 and under receive free admission from December 21, 2019 to January 5, 2020 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
- Go to FortWhyte Alive: Did you know that FortWhyte Alive promotes healthy and climate-friendly living? This means that visitors who walk or cycle to FortWhyte gets Free admission! Check out this list of five things to do at FortWhyte Alive in Winter.
- Skate under the lights: The heart of Winnipeg, The Forks, is a bustling place full of energy and lots of things to do. Arctic Glacier Winter Park on-land trails are open for the season. Walk through the sparkling light tunnel in the Prairie Garden (beside Muddy Waters). Try your hand at crokicurl. The crokicurl rink is located in the Market Plaza beside the canopy ice rink.
- Illuminate 150: Celebrate Manitoba through this 150-day countdown to Manitoba Day. The light will illuminate the capital city through July 2020.