Located directly under the Auroral Oval, Churchill is one of the best places on
Summer is the perfect time to visit Churchill - thousands of beluga whales
See the wild side of Manitoba with a whirlwind adventure that takes you from
Take a hike with a naturalist in a provincial park and peruse pioneer villages, fur trading posts and museums with an escort who knows the lay of the land.
In Winnipeg, Exchange District Historic Walking Tours bring the 30-block district's past to such vivid life, it's as if the walls of its 19th-century buildings have ears. The Death and Debauchery tour recalls Winnipeg's wicked days as a sin city of boozing, brothels and corruption. See movie locations where Brad Pitt, Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez and other stars shot films on the Real to Reel tour or explore the district's significant commercial sites and scenes of import during the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike.
Stroll across the Riel Esplanade from The Forks to take a walking tour of old St. Boniface and peek behind the imposing facade of the St. Boniface Cathedral, an architectural gem that retained the surviving walls and facade after a fire destroyed the 1908 structure. Theatre in the Cemetery Tours are unique living history plays in the oldest Catholic cemetery in Western Canada, which contains the grave of Louis Riel. And don't miss Heartland Travel's Hermetic Code tour of the Manitoba Legislative Building, where occult secrets were hidden in plain sight until scholar Frank Albo discovered it's a hotbed of Freemason symbols and mysticism to rival the Da Vinci Code.
Nestled in the heart of Winnipeg, Assiniboine Park is the perfect place to relax and play year-round with attractions that blend the best of physical activity,
Assiniboine Park Conservatory;The Conservatory is a year-round verdant, green paradise, featuring more than 8,000 flowers, planets and trees. With an
The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre houses the largest collection of marine reptile fossils in Canada. If you like dinosaurs or sea monsters, you will love
Churchill Northern Studies Centre is an independent, non-profit research station located along the coast of Hudson Bay. It offers nature study tours of the
Winnipeg's 640-acre wild oasis features five lakes, seven kilometres of self-guiding forest trails, and natural adventure for everyone! Canoe and rowboat
Full service travel company operating our own unique tours: Churchill Polar Bear day tours from Winnipeg, Historical Fur Trade Tour to Norway House, Churchill
The Leo Mol Sculpute Garden is a serene garden brimming with flowers and tranquil pools, which features the magnificent work of internationally recognized
Enter through Lower Fort Garry’s massive gates, where colourful characters from the past welcome you as they sweep you into their world. This is where
Take advantage of all that Morden has to offer, from spacious parks, great fishing and camping, public art, festivals, museums as well as shopping at the
Join Us This Year As We Present 3 Great Shows! A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline: June 5th - June 15th The Producers: July 4th – July 19th Disney’s
Located approximately 100 km north of Brandon, Riding Mountain National Park is an island of wilderness surrounded by a sea of farmland, boasting 3000 km2 of
Royal Canadian Mint Circulation coins for 75 countries around the world are produced here. Tours: from Labour Day to Victoria Day, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Central Museum of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery (The RCA Museum) displays Canada's largest collection of artillery artifacts and the most
The Forks is one of Winnipeg’s most beloved places, at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. Winter, spring, summer or fall, The Forks is a must for
The Forks has been a place to meet, explore, and play for over 6,000 years. The site has been used continuously over time for transportation, trade and
Parks Canada offers a variety of fun and interactive interpretive programs for families, individuals and groups. Take a 6000-year journey through The Forks in
The Manitoba Museum Museum Galleries: Set sail on a thrilling voyage of excitement and discovery at The Manitoba Museum. Only here can you travel
Winkler The province’s fastest growing city and largest center in the Pembina Valley, Winkler’s roots are agriculture. It has become the shopping and
Explore the Manitoba Tourism areas of Selkirk, St. Andrews and St. Clements. Only 30 minutes North of
26th Field Regiment RCA/XII Manitoba Dragoons Museum contains military artifacts, memorabilia, archives and a
Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary and Visitor Centre provides an upclose view of goslings in spring and fall during
AltonaAltona is the Sunflower Capital of Canada, twinned with Emerald, Australia. The Manitoba Sunflower
Melita The Antler River Historical Society Museum has artifacts from archaeological digs, a wedding dress,
The Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village is a working museum and interpretive centre showcasing
La Rivière The Archibald Historical Museum includes a furnished log house (1878) where Nellie McClung