As summer approaches, many of us are gearing up for fun, adventurous road tips. Manitoba has plenty of awesome sights to see, along with innumerable quaint small… Read more »
Are you looking for some fun, educational places to visit in Manitoba? This heartland province boats of many unique museums, both large and small. Here are 25 museums that you’re going to want to check out.
Looking to pass the time in Brandon? There are plenty of fun things you can get up to in the area, even in winter! Here are 25… Read more »
A list of snowboarding & downhill skiing destinations in Manitoba.
The Guinness World Records have been around since 1954 and was created by Sir Hugh Beaver who was the Managing Director of the Guinness Brewery at the… Read more »
Do you choose to wander the historic Assiniboine river banks or paddle the river? Explore the rolling hills at Brandon Hills, or enjoy time at the aspen… Read more »
The season is changing and with it comes the pull of nature to be out and explore. What better way than hiking through grass prairies, forests, undulating river valleys, rolling hills, or even wetlands. Be it just a walk in the woods to a stroll on the beach to a backpacking trip, Manitoba’s hiking trails offer it all.
Manitoba is home to several suspension bridges including the longest suspension bridge in Canada. If you’re feeling brave enough to cross one of these amazing bridges, here are a few that you’ll want to check out.
Looking to travel out of Winnipeg? Maybe a day trip? Why not try Manitoba Provincial Parks? Listed here are Parks situated within two hours of Winnipeg. Whether you want to camp out, spend the day relaxing at the beach or explore new terrains, these parks offer you many choices for a fantastic weekend getaway.
Winnipeg, Manitoba is a thriving city with plenty of delightful places to explore and travelling with mobility challenges doesn’t need to limit your opportunities to have a great time. If you are thinking of a visit, here is a sample itinerary to enjoy your stay.