Morden-Winkler
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Morden-Winkler

Explore What We're Famous For.

The twin cities of Morden and Winkler are just 15 minutes apart from each other. With tree-lined streets, local vendors, vibrant festivals, friendly neighbours and views that stretch in every direction, Morden-Winkler is forever charming.

Cities in Manitoba’s heartland

The entrepreneurial spirit of the residents here offers some great dining and shopping options. From authentic Mexican food to organic cosmetics, it’s easy to explore what Morden-Winkler is famous for.

Museums share stories of Manitoba’s history, and in the case of the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Morden - prehistory. Check out 80 million year-old marine reptile fossils or join paleontologists on an actual fossil dig.

This part of the province was once completely underwater. You can get a better sense of the landscape by hiking, biking or cross-country skiing along the trails in the area. There is a 16-kilometre track around Lake Minnewasta in Morden or head just out of town to hike the Great Trail in the RM of Stanley.

Morden-Winkler is on Treaty 1 territory.

Morden Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre

Discover Morden-Winkler

You've heard of the Corn and Apple Festival, and the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre is one of the town's cornerstones, but if you're looking for a laid-back, fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind of weekend, here are a few things to do in Morden.

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The Pembina Threshermen's Museum showcases the local heritage and history in and around Winkler.

Things To Do

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Arts, Culture & History

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Food & Drink

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Shopping

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