Local Attractions

Things to do in Winnipeg

There are so many fun things to do in Winnipeg you will want to stay an extra few days. Excellent shopping, unique dining experiences, world-renowned entertainment and festivals, sporting events and let us not forget our diverse museums and art galleries. With so many unique things to do in Winnipeg, you will definitely find something for everyone.

Things to do in Winnipeg – Shopping and Dining

Shop at Winnipeg’s largest shopping centres Polo Park and St.Vital, take in the new IKEA store or visit small specialty boutiques along Corydon Avenue. Dine in elegant restaurants or grab a Skinner’s hotdog at the Forks Market.

Things to do in Winnipeg – Arts and Culture

Take in some memorable entertainment at Winnipeg’s many festivals held year round. If you’re looking for local culture, attend the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Winnipeg Art Gallery, or Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, you’ll find new things to do in Winnipeg every visit! The much anticipated opening of the Museum for Human Rights will be in September 2014.

Things to do in Winnipeg – Festivals and Entertainment

Winnipeg has numerous festivals throughout the year from Festival du Voyageur to Folk Fest and Folklorama. Entertain your family with nature visits to Oak Hammock Marsh or check out the Journey to Churchill exhibit at the Assiniboine Park Zoo.

Things to do in Winnipeg – Sporting Events and Concerts

Be it spring, summer, fall or winter, there are always exciting things to do in Winnipeg! Enjoy a variety of sporting events, Goldeyes baseball, Blue Bombers football and Winnipeg Jets hockey, offering hours of entertainment. Intimate venues such as the Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts and larger gathering places like the Winnipeg Concert Hall offer excellent acoustics for a variety of concerts.

Things to do in Winnipeg – Historic Districts and Architecture

Winnipeg is home to a number of remarkable historic districts and beautiful architecture. The Exchange District is an interesting area to visit, with classic warehouses that have been converted into offices, condos, galleries, book stores and a toy shop. Located next to the Exchange is Winnipeg’s historic Chinatown, a gathering place with authentic shopping opportunities.

Shopping and Dining

Arts and Culture

Festivals and Entertainment

Concerts and Sporting Events

Historic Sites and Architecture