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Winnipeg: Energetic Hub of Culture in Canada

Both the largest city and capital of the Manitoba province, Winnipeg is an exciting place to visit – even if it is a consistent target of abuse from The Simpsons! The area is a vibrant cultural centre that packs in plenty of activities to experience. With a large selection of attractions, shops, restaurants, hotel choices and nightlife options, it is no surprise that Winnipeg rates as one of the best destinations for travellers in all of Canada. Although if you are travelling during winter, make sure to pack a coat… or three!

Attraction Highlights

If you are only visiting for a short time, you will want to try and fit in as much as possible when it comes to experiencing the best that Winnipeg has to offer. As for the highlights of the city, you can’t go wrong with venturing to Assiniboine Park. Featuring its very own zoo, scenic walking paths, a theatre, miniature train and stunning themed gardens, this park is a fantastic attraction to experience for a day. For further fun with an abundance of things to do, a trip to FortWhyte Alive – where you can do everything from tackling cross-country ski trails to stopping off at the Aquarium of the Prairies – is also highly recommend. If you are looking for a change of pace, the acclaimed Leo Mol Sculpture Garden delivers a relaxing natural setting combined with stunning artwork to admire. Other must-see attractions in the city include the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Club Regent Casino and Tinkertown Family Amusement Park.

Landmarks & Museums

Alongside numerous modern activities, hotels and motels, restaurants and so on, Winnipeg is also home to a varied choice of attractions with a historical focal point. With that in mind, perhaps the only place to start is with The Forks National Historic Site. Known as a meeting place, for at least 6,000 years, The Forks preserves its history while supplying picturesque sights amongst its nine-acre park. Another place on the heritage map in Winnipeg is the Manitoba Legislative Building, which is a neoclassical building dating back to 1920 and welcomes visitors to sample legislative proceedings. As far as museums go, the city boasts a wealth of options for you to explore. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is an inspiring attraction that entices many travellers, while the Manitoba Museum covers everything from Manitoba to the universe! Other popular choices that are worth sampling when in Winnipeg include the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada, Winnipeg Railway Museum and Manitoba Children’s Museum.

Shop ‘Till You Drop

Shopping is, without doubt, one of the strongest facets that Winnipeg has to provide. Whether you are searching for one of a kind boutique stores or trusty and well-known retailers, the city has an abundance of opportunities available when it comes to acquiring gifts for your family and friends… and yourself! This is highlighted by the various shopping centres that populate the area. The CF Polo Park is arguably the most impressive, with 200 shops overall – equating to it being the largest of its kind in all of Manitoba. In addition, the Grant Park Shopping Centre and Garden City Shopping Centre are alternative options to choose from, where you will also find a nice selection of high street establishments. As far as purchasing speciality items and unique products goes, one Winnipeg destination that many choose is the Forks Market. From local original artwork to cigars, approximately 300 local and Canadian artisans sell a multitude of tempting treats.

Dining & Drinking Delight

If you are an enthusiastic foodie (and let’s face it: who isn’t?), you are in for a treat when travelling to Winnipeg. Due to containing well over 1,000 restaurant options overall, there is no lack of choice when it comes to dining out in the city. Alongside the area being packed full of different cuisine types from around the world, you will also find an assortment of different types of restaurants – whether it is a casual food joint or one of the best fine dining establishments in all of Canada. The same can also be said for Winnipeg’s nightlife scene. Alongside plenty of bars and nightclubs that are dotted throughout, the city’s hub for partying the night away is undoubtedly the Exchange District. In this area, there’s a countless selection of hip spots to unwind with a drink. From relaxed lounge bars to contemporary concert venues, there is something for all tastes and requirements.

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