One of Canada’s architectural marvels, this 30-block district boasts Canada’s most extensive (and handsome) turn of the 20th century buildings. While walking its charming streets you’ll find some of the city’s trendiest and tastiest spots including small plate restaurants and bistros who flaunt their exposed brick and beam, up-and-coming and established galleries, vintage and antique shops and some of the best the city has to offer in coffee and café culture.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Our aim is to build not only a national hub for human rights learning and discovery, but a new era of global human rights leadership.
The newest jewel in Winnipeg’s luxuriant-spa crown, Thermëa brings a bit of Scandinavia to the heart of Canada. Let the stress soak out of you in thermal pools situated amongst the pines; indulge your senses in Finnish saunas; treat yourself to the best in body treatments and massage therapy and then finish your day with some exquisite dining — because hey, you are worth it.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights welcomes visitors from around the globe. Situated in Winnipeg – the site of great human rights triumphs and struggles, Canada’s new national museum takes visitors on a journey of inspiration
Now open, Assiniboine Park Zoo’s new permanent Arctic species exhibit Journey to Churchill is one of the most significant projects in North American zoo history. Visitors can not only view Arctic species, such as polar bears, Arctic fox, muskox and caribou, but also learn how climate change has affected their habitats and the fragile Arctic ecosystem.
Over the last decades, Winnipeg has developed into a cosmopolitan city complete with top-notch restaurants, swanky boutiques, exciting attractions and an arts and culture scene that bursts with talent and originality.