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. Creating inspiring encounters with human rights, we will engage Canadians and our international visitors in an immersive, interactive experience that offers both the inspiration and tools to make a difference in the lives of others. We will welcome our visitors as partners on a journey to erase barriers and create meaningful, lasting change.
One of the loveliest public spaces in Winnipeg and a "must see" for any visitor, The Forks is an expanse of riverside property in the heart of downtown Winnipeg. A meeting place for thousands of years, it is the city's most popular gathering place, attracting more than five million visitors each year.
The MTS Centre is Canada's newest major market sports and entertainment centre. It provides an exciting lineup of entertainment and sports events designed to energize and inspire more than 800,000 fans to visit the city's downtown every year to embrace and utilize the community's newest landmark and source of civic pride.
is one of Canada's premier privately operated, non-profit, outdoor education and recreation facilities. Just 20 minutes from the heart of Manitoba's capital, Winnipeg, Fort Whyte features over 400 acres of woodlands, wetlands, grasslands and lakes. Our buildings and select trails are wheelchair accessible. Enjoy a relaxing respite from your hike - enjoy a home-made lunch in the Buffalo Stone Café or find that perfect bird house or birthday gift in The Nature Shop.
A respect for and belief in the potential of all children is the vision of the Manitoba Children’s Museum. The museum provides an interactive learning environment which nurtures the power of the imagination and the spirit of exploration and self-discovery.
Enriching the human experience.
Canada's Second largest Avaition Museum is a must see for avaition buffs of all ages. See Canada's first helicopter, military jets, bush planes, Avro Arrow artifacts and much more. Try piloting one of the flight simulators or visit Canada's largest avation bookstore.
The Manitoba Lotteries Corporation (MLC) operates and manages two casino properties; McPhillips Street Station Casino and Club Regent Casino. As well, MLC operates a video lottery terminal (VLT) network and is responsible for the distribution of all Lottery products to a network of lottery retailers, in the province of Manitoba.
A 40-acres Living History Museum and Tourist Destination Point in Steinbach, Manitoba, about 35 minutes from Winnipeg. See Canada's only working windmill, buy flour, eat in our restaurants, visit the bookstore, the printery, church, housebarn - stay all day. Most days Oxen rides available. Open year round
As a catalyst for social change this unique Museum will attract a global audience, including tourists, scholars, and program participants. Visitors to the Museum will be asked to assume a heightened commitment to uphold human rights and educate others. High school students, teachers, police officers, peacekeepers, and other visiting groups will have educational programs designed for and around them. Visitors to the museum will become ambassadors for human rights and agents of systemic change toward a universal respect for human rights.
an outdoor amusement park with over 20 rides and attractions —the place for fun in the summer! Our friendly youthful staff makes you feel welcome. Cool off with Water Wars, or take a relaxing half mile ride on the Train. Play some Games. Try a round of Miniature Golf. Have a picnic or enjoy our wide variety of food and tasty treat items...and don't forget the Candy Floss and Giant Pickles! Tinkertown amusement park is located between Fermor, (Hwy #1), and the South Perimeter Hwy
The Forks is of national historic significance due to its strategic location at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers that were part of a vast continental network of water routes. The site’s significance derives from its continuous use over time for transportation, trade and settlement. A traditional aboriginal stopping place, The Forks was the site of Fort Rouge, Fort Gibraltar and the two Forts Garry.
Winnipeg's Ultimate Women's Show taking place on April 12 & 13, 2008 at Assiniboia Downs will be a truly femalelicious, sensational, entertaining and exciting weekend out for each and every woman visiting. This show presents the ideal opportunity to shop, learn, participate and enjoy! There will be interactive exhibits and over 100 participating companies that will appeal to all senses - showcasing products and services for women of all ages.
View the first steam locomotive on the Canadian Prairies, The Countess of Dufferin. Continue on and view an early-generation diesel locomotive just like the ones still used today.