Thre is nothing more fun than exploring a city – its history, landmarks, art as well as its waters. Here is a list of self-guided tours that will help you explore Winnipeg.
St. Boniface Historical App Tour
St. Boniface has lots of history with landmark buildings including St. Boniface Cathedral, Esplanade Riel, Boulevard Provencher, the Provencher Bridge, and more. Discover these places and their importance to Manitoba on this GPS tour. Balado decouverte
Saint-Boniface Historical Tour Trail is 3.47 km with 19 points of interest.
Walking Winnipeg’s Past
Do you want to know more about Winnipeg’s history? The eight sites mentioned will take you on a journey that dates back from 6000 years to the present. 6000 Years
QR Code Tour
This unique tour is all about Winnipeg’s buildings and landscapes. The advantage of the tour is that there is no fixed route for this tour, which means you can use this tour to explore the city based on your interest. Start the tour from where you are, just click on the QR Code Reader/Scanner app pre-installed on your mobile. Stroll through the streets and learn about Winnipeg’s architectural projects and landscapes. QR Code Tour
The Murals of Winnipeg
Take in local public art via the Mural tours. Did you know there are many murals scattered across Winnipeg? Go on a self-guided mural tour. The Murals of Winnipeg
Winnipeg Trails is a wonderful website that provides information of over 30 trail maps across the City of Winnipeg. Just select which way you want to go and explore the city. Winnipeg Trails
Bike Winnipeg has a number of routes you can take to explore the city or get to work. Bike Winnipeg.
Canoe River Tours
Explore Winnipeg with family or friends on a Canoe. If you don’t have a canoe, you can always rent one. Canoe River Tours.
See Winnipeg’s unique architectural landmarks and culture via the 9.5 km urban walking trail. There are over 60 points of interest on this trail, which will keep you occupied for well over 3.5 hours. The Loop
On This Spot
This is an app-based tour that allows its users to create then-and-now photos on two historical walking tours – Winnipeg’s history from 1870-1912 (boomtown period) and 1913-1945 (marked by strike, depression, war). Each stop in the tour has photos of the then period, which walkers can use to compare with the present. What a great way to learn the history of the city. On This Spot.
Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park
Explore the Park using this GPS-enabled map. Discover points of interest and stories about events that happened at the Park. CanNect.
Seven Oaks Homestead Tour
Go on a unique tour of the Seven Oaks homestead. As you walk the tour click on the markers to view archival photos and artworks relevant to the site. Homestead tour.