Canadian Museum for Human Right

The new national museum of Canada is a one-of-a-kind exploration of the significance of human rights. Digital interactive technology, video, film, and art are all intended to educate and inspire.

Assiniboine Park Zoo

The Assiniboine Park Zoo, located minutes from downtown Winnipeg in beautiful Assiniboine Park, is one of Manitoba's premier tourist attractions.

Assiniboine Park

Spend the day at this pleasant park, which includes, among other things, a zoo, fabulous English gardens, scenic walking paths, a miniature train, and a theatre.

The Forks Market

This buzzing fresh and specialty foods emporium, part of the "the Forks" development, has the feel of an outdoor market but is actually indoors.

Manitoba Museum

The Manitoba Museum is the province's largest heritage and science learning centre, distinguished by its combined human and natural history themes, immersive world-class dioramas, science and astronomy education, and the breadth and quality of its programmes.

Royal Canadian Mint

Our 45-minute tours are entertaining, educational, and suitable for people of all ages. One of our knowledgeable guides personally leads each tour.

Fort Whyte Alive

All-Year Edutainment In our 640-acre backyard, you can learn it, love it, and live it! Every day, choose from a variety of outdoor activities for a new adventure. • Interpretation Center

Leo Mol Sculpture Garden

This is a must-see attraction in Winnipeg. Leo Mol is a world-class sculptor, and his works are on display in this beautiful English Garden setting and small gallery, which Winnipeg tourism should SHOUT about.

Manitoba Legislative Building

In Winnipeg, this is a must-see attraction. Leo Mol is a world-class sculptor, and the exhibition of his works in this lovely English Garden setting and small gallery is something Winnipeg tourism should celebrate.

The Forks National Historic Site

In the heart of Winnipeg, you'll find a green oasis. This nine-acre (3.6-hectare) park, which includes open green spaces and tree-lined walkways, is a national treasure that Parks Canada owns and operates.