Welcome to Winnipeg!
Known as the "cultural cradle of Canada," Winnipeg is Manitoba’s cosmopolitan capital city offering plenty of charm. This four-season destination boasts a dazzling arts, vibrant theatre and indie music scene, as well as a buzzworthy dining scene featuring award-winning chefs and global influences.
Winnipeg’s world-class attractions educate, entertain and delight. Be moved by the galleries at the architecturally stunning Canadian Museum for Human Rights designed by Antoine Predock, and watch polar bears swim overhead at the award-winning Journey to Churchill northern species exhibit at Assiniboine Park Zoo.
The Forks is the city’s meeting place with 54 sprawling acres of attractions, shopping, parkland, restaurants and entertainment. Explore Winnipeg’s diverse neighbourhoods, such as the historic Exchange District, trendy Corydon Avenue, the French Quarter of St. Boniface or the boho chic Osborne Village. Marvel at the grace of Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, hop aboard the Nonsuch—a full-size replica trading ship at Manitoba Museum, or visit the Winnipeg Art Gallery, home to the world’s largest collection of contemporary Inuit art.
Winnipeg’s luxury spas offer unique experiences, including a Turkish hamam, Indigenous hot stone massage and a tranquil Scandinavian-inspired spa set in nature. Hit the links at one of 27 golf courses, or shop till you drop at a new outlet mall, one-of-a-kind boutiques, shopping centres and big box stores.
Sports fans can cheer on the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets, AHL’s Manitoba Moose, CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers or the Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball team. For a night on the town, head to the city’s two themed casinos, bet on horses at Assiniboia Downs or dance the night away at the city’s nightclubs.
Beyond city limits is trophy fishing and hunting, while sun seekers adore the fine white sand of Grand Beach—named one of North America’s top beaches, located an hour’s drive away on Lake Winnipeg.
Credit: Dan Harper
Credit: Assiniboine Park Conservancy
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Credit: Dan Harper