Manitoba Legislative Building (PHS)

At the turn of the twentieth century, members of the provincial government were unanimous in their desire to construct a building that would serve as a symbol for the people of Manitoba. Completed in 1920, the Beaux-Arts Classical-style building features a grand staircase, matching bison statues, Manitoba Tyndall limestone and the famous Golden Boy statue atop the dome. The grounds contain statues of Queen Victoria, La Vérendrye, statesmen and poets. Location: Broadway and Osborne.
  • Full wheelchair access
  • Manitoba History
  • Provincial Heritage Site