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Being able to participate in an experience goes a long way in learning, understanding and enjoying a tour. That’s exactly what these two tours at the St. Pierre Museum provide—a hands-on approach to history and food.
What is the secret to the perfect family vacation in Winnipeg? Loads of kid-approved activities, a handful of ways to spend time outdoors, a splash of hotel fun and a dash of adults-only options when you’re ready to leave the kids with the grandparents...
Explore Manitoba's second largest city, Brandon, where you instantly feel at home and are welcomed like an old friend. Then soak in the splendour of the land with a series of day trips to museums, attractions and parks throughout the rolling hills and...
Breathe in the outdoors in Whiteshell Provincial Park. This slice of the Canadian shield is rich in sunsets, boreal forest and ancient granite rock.
Travel through southeast Manitoba to discover communities, trails and attractions rich in cultural diversity including Métis, Francophone and Mennonite heritage.
From pretty valley views and cool prehistoric finds to contemporary gardens and modern eateries, this road trip through the Pembina Valley and gateway communities showcases all sorts of fun waiting to be explored.
Every year from mid-October to mid-November, something extraordinary happens on the shores of the Hudson Bay. As the temperatures begin to dip, polar bears gather in large numbers, waiting for the ice to freeze so that they can begin their seal hunt. This...
Amidst closures and restrictions, the Winnipeg Art Gallery has kept moving all the while — completing the construction of Qaumajuq, the Inuit Art Centre, at the end of March.
When you step foot into a museum, each visit is its own journey as you discover a new artifact or gain more knowledge. Next time you visit one of these beloved, venerable museums throughout the province, make a point to seek out a unique find that allows...
I know I am not alone in saying that during challenging times, nature has been a true friend. Whether taking a simple hike or swimming in a lake, I feel renewed after spending quality time with Mother Nature.
Embarking on a walking tour at Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum will have you feeling connected and proud of your Métis and Franco-Manitoban heritage. Maybe it will even inspire you to start your own journey of discovery and healing in this time of...
Get rewarded for exploring Manitoba with the Explore 150 app - where no two destinations are the same, and you earn more entries for visiting harder-to-reach locations!
From start to finish, morning to night, the Riel Region delivers on history, culture, delicious eats and friendly faces. A day trip through the Riel Region will take you from the birthplace of Manitoba through its fur trade era to experiencing today’s...
This summer is shaping up to be a hot one in Manitoba, but we have plenty of ideas on how to stay cool. From community pools and beaches to campgrounds and once-in-a-lifetime adventures, these attractions are fit for the whole family.
Every summer the Churchill River Estuary welcomes thousands of beluga whales to its waters. Seeing these friendly whales splash and swim up close is one of the most unforgettable wildlife experiences in Manitoba. Luckily there is still time for anyone...
From farm vistas to city sights, these 8 Manitoba patios deliver on setting and menu alike. Please continue to follow all COVID-19 regulations and #staysafe in Manitoba.
With family roots in southwestern Manitoba, I always look forward to visiting the region each summer. This year, instead of visiting our usual haunts like Brandon and Souris, we followed the Trans-Canada Highway a little further west to check out lake...
From windmills to waterslides, explore the province’s central region. Spend a day or two in Portage la Prairie before opting for a day trip to nearby Delta Marsh and then making your way to Holland and Carman for plenty of small town charm.
When it comes to road trips, it's all about the treats you eat along the way. If you find yourself exploring Manitoba this summer, be sure to mark these 48 amazing bakeries on your map.
Ahh February. 'Tis the season of love, romance and sweetness. It's no surprise that you might have commitment on the mind and we're here to help. Here are 12 locations that make the perfect backdrop for marriage proposals - now or in the future.
All Manitobans know that The Forks is the place everyone goes to get their skate on. And for good reason! But for those needing more ice skating inspiration, here are 8 more spots to break out the skates this winter.
Let's face it - we can all use a stiff drink right now. 2020 has been an emotional rollercoaster and many of us can't wait for the year to end so we can usher in positive vibes for 2021.
Brandon's dining scene has serious momentum, and visitors could plan an entire itinerary around which local restaurant to nosh at next.
It's deep into autumn, and the daytripping we're doing now around Manitoba officially looks different. Sure, there may be less hiking, golfing and beach time, but we can still explore by making a museum, shop or restaurant our main reason for hitting the...
How long has it been since you explored a neighbourhood other than your own? Add some adventure into your weekend as we guide you through some of Winnipeg's best neighbourhoods.
I know, I know. We live on the prairies - and while you can see a spectacular sunset on any given night from your own backyard, the novelty never quite wears off. If you want a change of scenery, plan to visit these amazing locations at sunset.
In this time of physical distancing and travel restrictions, your summer plans might look a little different. But life is better when we see things as an opportunity than an obstacle, isn't it?
How long has it been since you explored a neighbourhood other than your own? Add some adventure into your weekend as we guide you through some of Winnipeg's best neighbourhoods. This blog post features businesses in the Norwood and Old St. Vital areas.