When you visit Manitoba, you are also visiting Treaties 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 - the traditional lands of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Get to know these rich Indigenous cultures by supporting a local, Indigenous-led tour or workshop.
Osborne Village, step aside. There’s a new kid on the block – well, a rather old one if we’re being quite honest – that deserves some quality time and your undivided attention. Founded in the 1800s, Saint-Boniface is a Manitoba gem of a town with a rich history and vibrant French culture that sees
Sometimes people think of old stuff as being boring. I mean, what can compete with the flash of an iPad or latest smart phone model in today's modern world? Especially when you're a kid who's not old enough to know what a payphone or a VCR is. Enter Le Musee de Saint-Boniface Museum and their
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.
If you have a love for visiting open houses, then we suggest visiting these four Winnipeg museums. While they are not for sale, they represent some of the city’s best preserved historic homes, complete with period features that will make you want to move right in. So take a look at these real estate listings to figure out which museum to visit first – the price of admission is way less than a down payment.
Cemeteries are creepy places. After all, they are filled with dead people. Once the sun goes down, there’s really no good or logical reason to be wandering these supernaturally mysterious grounds. In fact, there’s hardly any reason to be there even at high noon…unless it’s a play, and in the St.
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?
If you’re going to go back in time, you’re going to need a ride. The York boat is just one example of transportation from another era. Here’s our list of five more important modes of transport that moved Manitoba’s history along. 1. Nonsuch The Manitoba Museum 190 Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg In 1668,
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has made a striking impact on Winnipeg’s skyline. Designed by Antoine Predock, this impressive building’s concept was inspired by Canadian landscapes and features imagery of tree roots and out-stretched wings. Simply put, the museum is an unparalleled