Header Image by: Jimmy Chau (click for full photo) Ceilings have been decorated and adorned for centuries. Indeed, there's something awe-inspiring about standing beneath an intricately designed ceiling that fills your entire vision. And lucky for us, we have quite a few beauties right here in Manitoba. Here are 7 of the best ceilings in the province...
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Header Photo by Jad Davenport Happy #PolarBearWeek ! Led by Polar Bears International , #PolarBearWeek celebrates the fall polar bear migration to Churchill, Manitoba, where bears gather in anticipation of the big freeze. With this annual migration in mind, it's no surprise that Churchill (known as
If thrills and chills are right up your alley, give yourself a scare this Halloween with one of Manitoba's many macabre events that test the limits of all things creepy. From zombies and ghouls to vampires and clowns, there's something (...or someone ) to truly terrify everyone - just be sure to check the dates and times before proceeding. Here's how to catch a fright this October in Manitoba...
Photo credit: @ddaatt Since most people still think of Manitoba as having only flat, prairie landscape, it may come as a surprise that our province actually has three diverse ecosystems: prairie, boreal and tundra. And within these three unique landscapes comes a variety of gorgeous and scenic
Header photo: Acorn Cafe Happy first day of fall! It's all happening now - from delighting in the feeling of crunchy leaves underfoot to savouring the smell of freshly baked pumpkin pie wafting in the air. And we all know that autumn is a time for harvest, bounty and long dinners spent with friends and family. Here's where YOU should eat this fall in Manitoba...
Header image: A Maze in Corn by Tanya Not all those who wander are lost - except if you're in a corn maze, of course. When it comes to quintessential fall experiences, finding your way through a corn maze is right up there with sipping pumpkin spice lattes and feeling colourful leaves crunch beneath your boots. Here are 5 corn mazes that you must check out in Manitoba.
Header photo: Scattered Seeds market With craft season right around the corner in Manitoba, we'd like to extend a little challenge. There are over 50 craft shows happening throughout the province, which means it's easier than ever to buy LOCAL for the holiday season. And what's more - we've organized them all into a handy guide to 2018 craft sales in Manitoba. Did we miss your sale? Leave us a comment and we'll add it to the list!
In between early mornings, connections and flight delays...travel can be hard. But that doesn't mean long travel days need be stressful. During your next visit or stopover to the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport , spoil yourself with these two luxurious add-ons. 1. Farewell
Header image by: We Travel The World The old idiom goes, "I'll cross that bridge when I come to it" - but why wait for a chance encounter? As bridges have become a popular subject matter for photographers, we compiled a little list of some of the most intriguing and attractive bridges in Manitoba.
Summer in Manitoba is notoriously short, and while there's much to explore, why not take the road less travelled and set your sights on the pristine northern part of the province? Flin Flon, Manitoba is a MUST-SEE spot for adventurers of all kinds: families, couples, even groups of friends looking for outdoor adventure within reach of a city slicker's creature comforts. And, it's only 8 hours drive from Winnipeg - a reasonable distance for a long weekend adventure or summer getaway.