Winnipeg, Manitoba is the heart of Turtle Island and is located to Treaty #1 territory, the homeland of the original peoples- Anishinaabe, Cree and Dakota and also the birthplace of the Metis Nation.
Find out why Vogue calls Winnipeg, “an absolute must-visit destination,” while National Geographic has listed The Peg as “one of the best trips on earth.”
Experience the joy of polar bears swimming overhead, before learning about the effects of climate change on northern species at the Journey to Churchill. Take an interactive journey through humanity’s struggles and triumphs at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, then head over to the charming Exchange District with its handsome architecture, hip restaurants, and fashionable shops.
The Forks has an incredibly unique public market along with scenic boat trips (summer) and the world’s most stylish skating trail (winter) along the Assiniboine and Red Rivers. Performances from Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre enchant, while so much of the city is awash with gorgeous parks and elm-canopied neighbourhoods.
Sports fans will feel the thrill while cheering on the NHL Jets, CFL Blue Bombers and American Association Goldeyes, while just on the horizon we have the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s $65-million Inuit Art Centre – which will house the world’s largest collection of contemporary Inuit art and Canada’s Diversity Garden – a massive $75 million horticultural attraction that celebrates humanity’s history with plants.