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This was the question my four-year-old asked as we put on our jackets to head to the Manitoba Museum the other day. And it turns out someone else must have asked this same question because as we arrived at the newly minted Winnipeg Gallery located inside the museum, it looked like we had, indeed,
9 Manitoba places to go with your out-of-town guests to ensure you're still speaking to them in 2019
Header photo by @laura_from_505 Gifts have been exchanged, carols have been sung, turkey has been consumed and after a few days spent in the close company of your family, ‘bonding’ has happened and you’re all pretty much over it and each other. You love them, of course, but it is time to get out and
Header photo: Harness Adventure Mushing Co. Whether or not you believe that personality tests carry any weight, there's no doubt that it's fun to dig a little bit into the inner workings of your persona. The Myers-Brigg Type Indicator Test categorizes people into 16 different personality types - 8 of which favour extroversion. Unlike introverts, extroverts are primarily motivated by interactions with others - they actually feel more energized after a social situation such as a party or networking event. If this sounds like you, read on for 9 activities that will lift your extroverted spirit in Manitoba...
Let's face it, the items found in museums can be pretty cool. Things are old, beautiful, handcrafted, shiny and contain stories of the past. It's sometime hard not to wander through a space and wish you could have that amazing painting hanging on the wall in your own living room. With that idea in
From the Earth History Gallery to the Science Gallery, if you were raised in southern Manitoba, chances are a wander through the Manitoba Museum will bring on some pretty intense nostalgia. Memories of field trips and spring break aside, the Manitoba Museum is evolving by adding new exhibits and improving old ones - and it has some pretty big plans for the future. Here are 3 new things you must check out at the Manitoba Museum, and a few things to look forward to in the years to come!
It may very well be a few months still until Christmas, but no one said you couldn’t be proactive by shopping for loved ones ahead – way ahead – especially if your loved ones prove challenging or picky. And let’s not forget those loved ones with random birthdays that just spring up out of no where – never mind the fact you had an entire year to think about it – and leave you scrambling to find a meaningful gift. For some of us, a museum gift shop might be the last place we think about for finding that perfect something for that special someone. We’d encourage you, however, to reconsider. Museums gift shops are quite full of surprises…pleasant ones too. Here are five Manitoba museum gift shops that will make your shopping and gift-giving experience a pleasant surprise.
Travel back in time and across the regions of Manitoba at the Manitoba Museum. Journey through nine interpretive galleries that take you from Manitoba’s ancient past to potential future, then check out the world of science and finally into space. See what your journey has in store for you:
This summer, Manitoba has been taken over by dinosaurs. The roaring, stomping, giant and ancient creatures have come to life at the Assiniboine Park Zoo, the Manitoba Museum and Morden’s Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in three distinct exhibits that are sure to thrill the dinosaur obsessed 3, 10,
Road trips in the family minivan were a staple of my childhood. While we might not have the minivan, my girlfriend and I figured it was about time we made some family memories of our own—so we packed up her four-year-old daughter Lily and an alarming amount of luggage (how can such a small child