Call the Tundra Inn home while you explore all that Churchill has to offer -
Enjoy a whimsical Northern Lights adventure in Churchill with the Tundra Inn.
Located one block south of the MTS Centre and connected via heated skywalk,
Some people say there's nothing new under the sun - people who've never been to Manitoba.
When it comes to unique experiences, our province is a land of almost limitless opportunities. You can go snorkeling with beluga whales, come face to face with polar bears and spend long nights pondering the wonder of the Northern Lights.
Crack the secrets of Winnipeg's own Da Vinci Code at a historic landmark where mystic messages and Masonic symbols were hidden in plain sight for an entire century. Or head deep into the wilderness to follow the paths of fur traders and Aboriginal elders.
Explore a lakeside Icelandic settlement, become an Olympic athlete or artisanal baker for a day or build your own adventure - in Manitoba, there's always something new just for you.
The Parks Canada Visitor Centre features exhibits about the human and natural history of the area. Staff provide information on Prince of Wales Fort National
Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary and Visitor Centre provides an upclose view of goslings in spring and fall during
The newly constructed Credit Union Aquatic Centre features spray arches and umbrellas, pre-school area with
Arden See a turn-of-the-century general store and buildings circa 1900 featuring fieldstone foundations. The
Bakers Narrows Provincial Park This spot is ideal for camping, fishing and boating. There are also
Boissevain is a community steeped in history and beauty. Four museums, a giant outdoor art gallery featuring
Brandon You Belong in Brandon - with its rich agricultural heritage and natural resources, the opportunity
This is the first hands-on interpretive facility which will explore the ways in which food is made in Canada.
Captain Kennedy Museum and Maple Grove Tea Room was built in 1866 by Captain William Kennedy, an explorer,
Learn about the wind farm, salamanders and other ecological aspects. Children receive a green passport with a
Have your photo taken with Chuck the Channel Cat Statue. This 11-metre fiberglass statue stands proud on
Clearwater Lake Provincial Park The water of Clearwater Lake is so clear the bottom is visible at 11 m/35
Dauphin is rich with nature, culture, history and events. Nestled between the beautiful Riding Mountain
Duke the giant Black Bear, a life-size bronze statue craeted by artist Ruth Abernethy, situated in the
You'll find true wilderness adventure right outside your doorway. The landscape surrounding Lynn Lake was
This is a thriving mining community and vacationer's destination, nestled in the middle of nature's
About the Fort la Reine Museum; The Fort la Reine Museum is located on Hwy 1 & 1A, at the east edge of
A giant goose statue marks Lundar as the Heart of Canada goose country. Every Thanksgiving weekend teams
The name comes from ancient Norse mythology and means “Home of the Gods”. Located on the west shore of the
The Gimli Public School 1915 houses the municipal offices and features the attic home of Gimli’s own
Inglis Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site (PHS) is the last remaining row of standard country
The Interlake Tourism Association (ITA) is a non-profit membership driven organization. Our mission is to
Découvrez la Joie de Vivre du Manitoba La meilleure façon de découvrir cette Joie de vivre est de se
Keystone Centre is one of the largest consolidated convention, entertainment, agriculture and recreation
La Vérendrye Trail - Experience the adventurous heart of northeastern Manitoba’s historical and cultural past