8 fun and colourful spots in Winnipeg that will brighten your day
Posted August 20, 2020
| Author Breanne Sewards
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From breweries and boutiques to ice cream parlours and hotels - these colourful locales will bring some cheer to your day. Remember to follow physical distancing protocols and wear a mask when distancing yourself isn't possible. #StaySafe.
It's about time that Winnipeg got its own tropical paradise to be enjoyed year-round! Kilter Brewing Co. brings a variety of interesting, signature brews which can be sipped in their colourful, stylish taproom.
2 - Watermelon Bridge
Hum along to Watermelon Sugar as you cross the watermelons of Niakwa Bridge. FACT: All bridges should be this fun. The colourful project was created by Cool Streets Winnipeg and designed by local artist Alexandra Plante.
With two locations throughout the city, Shop Take Care is one of the best consignment shops in Winnipeg. This colourful store carries a carefully curated selection of used, locally made or recycled pieces for people of all gender expressions. Shop for a new one-of-kind piece, a bright pair of socks or a new tote bag.
Located next to a dog park, Fête just might be the perfect place to have a doggy date this summer. Visit in the morning to try a cup from Detour Coffee Roasters, or treat yourself with a few scoops from Fête's line of made-from-scratch premium ice creams (acceptable at any time of the day, if you ask us).
Support a small local business and go home with a number of cute nicknacks at Riley Grae. Run by a mother-daughter duo, the boutique sells gently used clothing, art prints, jewelry, stationery and more.
Even if you're not staying overnight at Mere, it's impossible to ignore the hotel's colourful facade as you drive, walk or cycle down Waterfront. Stop for a quick photo on your way to the delicious Cibo Waterfront Cafe or while exploring the Exchange District.
Hey! I'm Breanne, Editorial Content Specialist for Travel Manitoba. First to jump in the lake and last to make it down the River Trail. Always up to try a new restaurant, cafe or bakery - as long as it has potential to go viral on TikTok. 😉