Assiniboia Downs features thrilling Live Thoroughbred Horse Racing. Live simulcast racing is available from other Canadian and American tracks as well as slot machines in the Club West Gaming Lounge. Assiniboia Downs offers exquisite dining in the Terrace Dining Rood and great fun for all.
Relive the opulent splendour of a bygone era at McPhillips Street Station Casino. Saunter down the street in our historic railway village amid the bustle of old-world life. Come and explore a mystical world...vibrant flowers bloom and the sounds of tropical singing birds fill the air as you begin your journey to the Caribbean Resort that is Club Regent Casino.
Enjoy the very best in interactive musical comedies. The original shows and table-side banter will have you rolling in the aisles. The actors come right off the stage to serve you a delicious four-course meal. Don't be shy, you may be part of the show, LAUGHTER....GUARANTEED!
Beautiful and fascinating, Dalnavert is one of the finest examples of Queen Anne Revival architecture. It was originally built for Hugh John Macdonald, the only son of Canada's first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald and Manitoba's premier in 1900. Dalnavert re-creates the lifestyle of a well-to-do family home of 1895. Enjoy this gracious historic home with its recreation of the luxurious wood paneling and elegant wallpapers so typical of this period.
Exchange District BIZ (walking tour)
The Exchange District National Historic Site is the original centre of commerce and culture in Winnipeg. The arrival of the railway in 1881 marked the beginning of an economic boom that would last for four decades and bankroll the construction of office towers, warehouses, banks, hotels and theatres in the area. Together with cobblestone sidewalks and streets, the buildings create an atmosphere growing in popularity as the background for period movies, fine dining, entertainment, shopping and commerce.
Known as the "Gateway to the Canadian West", The Forks preserves and commemorates its colourful 6,000 year past through a forest-lined river walkway, prairie gardens, sculptures and art, exhibits, historic views and vistas, a heritage adventure playground and entertaining and enlightening tours.
Come and experience FortWhyte Alive. There are over 400 acres to explore and four lakes stocked with fish. Rent a boat or canoe, scoop for waterbugs, or throw in a line and go fishing. FortWhyte Alive is a bird watcher's paradise with over 200 species that reside or regularly visit during migration.
Extend your cultural visit to Manitoba by visiting the diverse community of Churchill. In July & August, you will have the opportunity to witness the dazzling colours of the tundra, over 3,000 Beluga Whales frolicking in the Churchill River, and the nesting and migrating of numerous species of birds.
With the 5 ½ story screen, the IMAX Theatre can make a big impression on your group. IMAX combines the largest film frame in motion picture history with six channels of wraparound sound.
Imagine climbing aboard a full-size 17th century ship, discovering an authentic Cree encampment before European settlement , or strolling the boardwalk of a turn-of-the-century town. These are just some of the moments you'll find suspended in time at The Manitoba Museum. Award-winning galleries in dramatic walk-through settings tell the story of Manitoba through the ages, from the Arctic coast to the prairie grasslands. The Manitoba Museum offers guided group tours and travel learner programs.
The forty acre site spreads out from a village street, in a pattern reminiscent to Mennonite villages found throughout southern Manitoba at the turn of the century. The north side of the street illustrates the early settlement buildings while the south side shows the gradual shift to various business enterprises. The Village Centre, open year round, houses an exhibit gallery that tells the Mennonite story from 1525 to present. Additional exhibit areas feature displays on a variety of related themes. Mennonite Heritage Village exists to preserve and share the Mennonite heritage and illustrate a traditional way of life that has disappeared.
Tour Manitoba's finest attractions. Ô Tour's friendly and knowledgeable guides will have you experience the best of Winnipeg and Manitoba.
Located in one of North America's top wildlife-watching areas, this birder's paradise is alive from dawn till dusk with the sights and sounds of the creatures that call this 36-square kilometres wetland home. It's the perfect place for birdwatching, photography and environmental education for people of all ages and is open all year round.
For over 40 years, Polo Park has been Winnipeg's premiere shopping mall. The atmosphere is comfortable, modern and fun: majestic fountains, lush foliage, bright sky-lights and spacious walkways. The amenities are designed for maximum customer convenience and satisfaction: ample elevator and escalator access to both levels and a 500 seat food court.
Since its inception 55 years ago, Winnipeg’s Rainbow Stage has been a key figure within the Manitoba arts community and a leader in the staging of top-quality, professional musical theatre. Rainbow’s season consists of two productions each summer that take place in beautiful Kildonan Park at Canada’s oldest operating outdoor theatre. Bringing the best of musical theatre to Winnipeg every year, Rainbow Stage is committed to delivering spectacular entertainment.
The Royal Canadian Mint is known and respected around the world for its high standards of craftsmanship and its reputation as a premier refinery of gold. The Winnipeg Branch of the Royal Canadian Mint produces pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and loonies for circulation in Canada.
Completed in 1849, St. Andrews is the oldest church in continuous use in western Canada. The rectory, built in 1854, contains exhibits and displays relating the early missionaries' work and influence on the economic and social life of the settlement. An historic cemetery surrounds the church.
The St. Boniface Museum is housed in Winnipeg's oldest building, the Grey Nun's Convent. It was originally built for the Grey Nuns who arrived in 1844 and is an excellent example of early Red River Frame construction. The museum presents an impressive collection of artifacts that reveal the lives and culture of the Francophone and Metis populations of Manitoba.
Soar through history at one of Canada's most exciting and unique collections of vintage and unusual aircraft at The Western Canada Aviation Museum. The Museum has promoted public awareness of Canada's aviation heritage through its exciting exhibits and programming.
Exhibitions and programs are at the heart of the WAG, and over the years the Gallery has established itself as one of Canada's leading art museums, organizing exhibitions of local, national, and international artists. By developing and maintaining Manitoba's visual arts heritage, it ensures the preservation of this legacy for future generations.
Joined together in 1995, the restaurants of WOW! Hospitality strive to make every dining experience a memorable one. As their name indicates, each unique award-winning restaurant will provide exceptional service, food and atmosphere.