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Top Choice Zoo in Winnipeg

Assiniboine Park Zoo

White snow leopards, white Bengal tigers and polar bears are some of the over 2000 animals seen close-up at Assiniboine Park Zoo, which specializes in animals indigenous to harsher climates. The new International Po…
Top Choice Historic Site in Winnipeg

Forks National Historic Site

In a beautiful riverside setting, modern amenities for performances and interpretive exhibits in this park outline the area's history as the meeting place of aboriginal people for centuries.The rivers routinely over…
Top Choice Museum in Winnipeg

Manitoba Museum

Nature trips through the subarctic, history trips into 1920s Winnipeg, cultural journeys covering the past 12,000 years – if it happened in Manitoba, it's here. Amid the superb displays are a planetarium and an enga…
Top Choice Museum in Winnipeg

St-Boniface Museum

A mid-19th-century convent is Winnipeg's oldest building and the largest oak-log construction on the continent. The museum inside focuses on the establishment of St-Boniface, the birth of the Métis nation, and the 3…
Top Choice Gallery in Winnipeg

Winnipeg Art Gallery

This ship-shaped gallery plots a course for contemporary Manitoban and Canadian artists, including the world's largest collection of Inuit work, alongside a permanent collection of European Renaissance art. Temporar…
Top Choice Canadian in Churchill

Gypsy's Bakery

One of the best places to eat in Churchill. Luscious baked goods await in display cases and you can order from a full cafeteria-style menu. The breakfasts, sandwiches, gyros with Greek salad and pasta dishes are top…
Top Choice Historic Site in Churchill

Cape Merry

A lone cannon behind a crumbling wall is all that's left of the battery built at Cape Merry, 2km northwest of town. It's an incredibly beautiful location in its own right and, during summer, belugas can be seen from…
Top Choice Museum in Churchill

Itsanitaq Museum

This one-room museum showcases an exceptional collection of Inuit carvings made of whalebone, soapstone and caribou antler, as well as millenia-old harpoon heads and bone carvings of shamans and bears left over from…
Top Choice Museum in Winnipeg

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Housed in a stunning contemporary building designed by American architect Antoine Predock, this terrific museum explores human rights issues as they relate to Canada, its culture and the rest of the world through th…
Top Choice Cultural in Winnipeg

Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival

North America's second-largest fringe fest; the comedy, drama, music and cabaret are often wildly creative, raw and great fun. Held over 10 days in the Exchange District.