The rustic charm of the log exterior of this café attached to Lazy Bear Lodge is carried through the interior with hand-built log furnishings and a stone fireplace. Lazy Bear Café prides itself on using traditional Indigenous ingredients, such as bison, elk, Arctic char and wild berries. The addition of a greenhouse means fresh, organic produce enhances the made-from-scratch meals. The café is open only summer through fall (closed in winter and spring) and does not service alcohol.
The Seaport Hotel’s licensed dining room and coffee shop is open all year. Try the house specialty – the Jack Daniels Ribs!
Find hearty and wholesome meals with a regional Arctic twist, including elk, Arctic char or the famous vegetarian Borealis Burger. The pub features weekly open mic nights and live music.
The Churchill Hotel operates a seasonal restaurant and bar. The restaurant can accommodate dietary restrictions on request.
The gift shop at the Itsanitaq Museum features northern books, Inuit art, plus local carvings, prints, beaded mitts, moccasins, mukluks and stone cut prints.
Step inside an old-fashioned trading post, where locals showcase their fine handiwork, including mukluks decorated with beading and fur trim and tufted caribou hair arrangements.
This is the home of the Tundra Buggy. Find a selection of Churchill and Tundra Buggy gear, as well as local artwork, Hudson’s Bay Company items and Canada Goose apparel.
Take home a souvenir from your dogsled excursion with Wapusk Adventures at this gift shop located right in town.
A general store for the modern era, find groceries, toiletries, housewares, clothing and souvenirs at the Northern Store in Churchill.
The gift shop in this hotel lobby features books, souvenirs and a selection of cold weather gear.
What does it feel like to see the northern lights dance above you in the remote subarctic? Many have described the experience as a humbling one; an awe-inspiring event that leaves one feeling so, so small in the grand scheme of our magnificent universe....
Wildlife enthusiasts know that Manitoba is one of the most magical places in the world to visit in the autumn months. And it's not for the wicked fall foliage. 1000 kilometres north of capital city Winnipeg lies the northern port town of Churchill, made...
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