Winter at the Winnipeg  St.Boniface Cathedral
Winter at the Winnipeg St. Boniface Cathedral
Situated in the heart of Winnipeg’s French Quarter, St. Boniface Cathedral attracts thousands of visitors each year. The dramatic façade faces west across the Red River toward downtown Winnipeg. The cathedral is open year-round.
Credit: Tara Kenny
A Close Encounter with a Herd of Bison at Fort Whtye Alive
Fort Whyte Alive’s A Prairie Legacy: the Bison and its People, is one of Canada’s signature experiences. Visitors will feel their hearts leap as they’re led out into the prairie to see a herd of 30 bison up close and personal.
Credit: Dan Harper
Travel through Time in Winnipeg's Exchange District
Travel through Time in Winnipeg's Exchange District
Located in the heart of the city, The Exchange District National Historic Site boasts a stunning collection of architecture. Visitors can marvel at the architectural beauty of this 20-block area while exploring unique retailers, galleries, eateries and more.
Fountain show at the Manitoba Legislative Building’s Manitoba Plaza
Fountain show at the Manitoba Legislative Building’s Manitoba Plaza
Completed in 1920, the Manitoba Legislature Building is a priceless monument built in the neo-classical style. The spectacular Italian-style plaza located on the south grounds features a fountain that can shoot water 18 metres into the air
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Dr. Frank Albo leads a group through the Manitoba Legislative Building on a Hermetic Code Tour
The mind-bending Hermetic Code Tour reveals freemasonic symbols, hidden hieroglyphic, inscriptions and numerological codes cleverly masked in the Manitoba Legislative Building’s design.
Credit: Dan Harper
Inspiring encounters at The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Inspiring encounters at The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will create inspiring encounters with human rights for all who visit, no matter what their age or life-experience.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a ground-breaking, innovative museological  experience that shares the global development of human rights concepts and Canadian’s important role within it.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a ground-breaking, innovative museological  experience that shares the global development of human rights concepts and Canadian’s important role within it.
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The museum is a testament to Canadians’ commitment to Human rights, and our honest struggle to be better today than yesterday, and better tomorrow than today through affirming and protecting fundamental freedoms.
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The museum is a testament to Canadians’ commitment to Human rights, and our honest struggle to be better today than yesterday, and better tomorrow than today through affirming and protecting fundamental freedoms.
Fireworks at The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Fireworks at The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Every visitor experience will be made up of a series of amazing interactions with both architecture and content.
Opening of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opens to the public on September 20, 2014.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
This national museum is the only museum in the world solely devoted to human rights awareness and education.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights Ramp
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has re-envisioned the museum experience by embracing an approach to inclusive design that will set new Canadian and world standards for universal accessibility.
Elevator at  Winnipeg's Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Elevator at Winnipeg's Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has re-envisioned the museum experience by embracing an approach to inclusive design that will set new Canadian and world standards for universal accessibility.
The heart of Winnipeg's French quarter with O Tours
The heart of Winnipeg's French quarter with O Tours
St. Boniface Cathedral – in the heart of Winnipeg’s French quarter, the Saint-Boniface Cathedral stands as an icon of this community’s rich history of exploration, conflict, perseverance and strength.
Learning about Winnipeg's fur trade history with O Tours
Learning about Winnipeg's fur trade history with O Tours
Fort Gibraltar is a great example of Winnipeg’s fur trade history.
Become a voyageur with O Tours
Become a voyageur with O Tours
Winnipeg’s history is based on the fur trade of the 18th and 19th century.  Become a voyageur and experience what life was like as you discover our beautiful rivers and historic sites.
Winnipeg's spectacular skyline
Winnipeg’s skyline is defined by many unique landmarks such as the towering spire of the Esplanade Riel, the soaring dome (topped with the famous Golden Boy) of the Manitoba Legislature and the breathtaking architecture of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Credit: Dan Harper