Header photo by Kristhine Guerrero While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to settle on the west coast, Manitoba has its own history of royal visits and accolades. Tap into your inner royal with these 5 Manitoba experiences, fit for a queen or king! 1 - High tea party Fun fact: The term
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.
From vintage passenger planes to shiny propeller planes, the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada is the place to go for the plane lover in your life. Even if you're not a plane aficionado, you won't be able to help but marvel at the sheer size, scale and complexity of these winged machines. Of course, for the littlest ones among us, planes hold an entirely different level of magic, mystery and marvel--how do those things get into the sky anyway?--and the aviation museum is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with your family.
It’s the most terrifying time of the year, and ghastly characters are out and about in Manitoba. From clowns at the legendary Six Pines Haunted Attraction, to ghosts at the historic Fort la Reine, there’s just no escaping the fact that Halloween is here. If the thought alone gets your heart racing,
Want to really immerse yourself in Manitoba’s culture and history? Manitoba’s 7 Signature Museums are recognized and designated by the Province of Manitoba for their significant contribution to preserving the history and heritage of our province. How many can you visit this summer?
It’s a little hard to fathom that January is almost over. Hopefully you’ve had an exciting month of getting out and enjoying winter in all its glory and splendour – be it at an indoor event, or basking in an outdoor activity. If not, lucky for you, there is still lots of time to get your winter on.
Winnipeg is bursting at the seams with activities and events for kids. With so much to see and do around the city, we’ve selected a few to make your job a little easier. While we can’t promise you that you still won’t have a hard time choosing from this list, we’re certain that you’ll have enough
There’s a chill in the air, the evenings are getting shorter, and the leaves covering the lawns are changing from gold to bleary brown. Coupled with the sudden influx of flyers for costume shops and candy discounts, it can only mean one thing: Halloween is right around the corner! Here is our eerie
If you are age 11 and up, you have surely received your letter to Hogwarts by now and are ready to start your Wizarding education. You may already be a pro at Muggle Studies, but every fifth year student must take the O.W.Ls, or Ordinary Wizarding Levels. These subject-specific tests allow you to
Schooool’s out for summer! With loads of long sunny days, summer is the time to make some family memories. Here are some sure-fire way to keep the kids busy this summer. Splashing around Pack those towels, that cooler of snacks, the