2. The Forks

Photo credit  - Dan Harper

Visit the shops, see the sights and enjoy all there is to discover at the crossroads of culture and history at the Forks National Historic Site, where the Red and Assiniboine river meet.


3. Fort Whyte

Fort Whyte Alive connects humans with nature. Immerse yourself in the wilderness, without leaving the city. Winnipeg’s urban nature oasis is the perfect place for an everyday escape. Explore, wander, and discover something new, each time you visit. Make this place your own. Experience our passion for the outdoors and the things that are important – active people, a healthy planet, and a vibrant community.


4. Journey to Churchill at Assiniboine Park Zoo

Retrouvez-vous face à face avec un ours polaire à l'exposition permanente Voyage à Churchill au Zoo du parc Assiniboine.


6. Royal Canadian Mint

8. Oak Hammock Marsh

Oak Hammock Marsh is one of North America’s birding hotspots and a great destination for people of all ages. This 36 km2 Wildlife Management Area features a restored prairie marsh, aspen-oak bluff, waterfowl lure crops, artesian springs, some of Manitoba’s last remaining patches of tall-grass prairie and 30 kilometers of trails for you to explore.

This wetland is home to 25 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, numerous amphibians, reptiles, and fish, and countless invertebrates. During migration season, the number of waterfowl using the marsh can exceed 100,000 daily!


9. Winnipeg Art Gallery

10. Manitoba Children's Museum