wikipedia | curlie

ThingsToDoInWinnipeg.com

capital and largest city of Manitoba, Canada

Winnipeg
  1. Leo Mol's Sculpture Garden
features works of internationally recognized Ukrainian artist Leo Mol.
read more: official page | manitoba photos | artist's wikipedia page
  2. Manitoba Planetarium & Science Gallery
part of the Manitoba Museum, it offers cosmic shows in its 280-seat Star Theatre.
read more: youtube | frommers map
  3. Manitoba Children's Museum
encourages creative learning; lets families play, laugh, learn and grow.
read more: official page | wikipedia | yahoo travel
  4. Kildonan Park
located in the North of the city, established in 1909 by a Polish Canadian.
read more: wikipedia | winnipeg.ca | google images
  5. Manitoba Legislative Building
neoclassical building completed in 1920, meeting point for Manitoba legislative.
read more: wikipedia | google images | government info page
  6. Basilique-Cathedrale de Saint Boniface
an old stone building; new Cathedral built inside the ruins of a former one.
read more: official site | google images | wikipedia
  7. Western Canada Aviation Museum
aviation museum presenting a respectable collection of vintage aircrafts.
read more: official site | wikipedia | google images
  8. Winnipeg Art Gallery
world-renouned museum for its collection of Inuit art galleries.
read more: official site | wikipedia | google images
  9. Grand Beach Provincial Park
awesome beach, filled in the summer with sand castles and tunnels.
read more: wikipedia | government page | google images
10. MTS Center
an indoor sports arena and entertainment venue in the city's downtown.
read more: wikipedia | official site | google images


Country: Canada
City area: 448.92 km2
Website: www.winnipeg.ca

Temperatures (in oC):

©2019 - All rights reserved.