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
Brandon You Belong in Brandon - with its rich agricultural heritage and natural resources, the opportunity
Captain Kennedy Museum and Maple Grove Tea Room was built in 1866 by Captain William Kennedy, an explorer,
Dauphin Dauphin is rich with nature, culture, history and events. Nestled between the beautiful Riding
About the Fort la Reine Museum; The Fort la Reine Museum is located on Hwy 1 & 1A, at the east edge of
Inglis Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site (PHS) is the last remaining row of standard country
Midwinter Heritage Site is a century-old one-room school house converted to a museum. Bus tours by
Neepawa Neepawa is a Cree word meaning "abundance or plenty". The town is also known as the "World Lily
Home to Brandon and Regional Tourism Centre, Brandon Riverbank Inc., Brandon First and Ducks Unlimited Canada
Explore the culture, geography, history and wildlife of Manitoba's Red River Valley with more than 20
Sam Waller Museum (PHS) contains the unique and extensive natural and human history collections of Sam
The Saint-Claude Roman Catholic Church was designed by architect Etienne Gaboury who designed the
Trembowla Cross of Freedom Historic Site and Museum (PHS) is the site of the first Ukrainian Catholic Divine
Westman Reptile Gardens - walk through this indoor exhibit of North America's most varied collection of