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Attractions in Manitoba
Discover all that Manitoba has to offer with a trip to the zoo, historic sites, and other attractions. Whether you’re spending your days in downtown Winnipeg or heading to The Forks, you’ll find a wealth of interesting things to do, see, and explore throughout the region. Many Manitoba attractions are open year round but some are best reserved for the summer months so you don’t have to worry about harsh temperatures or ice.
Fort Garry is the only fort of the three forts in Manitoba that still has remains from the days of fur trading in Winnipeg. However, you can head to the fort grounds to see some of the most significant trading sites in Canada's history. Fort Gibraltar is now a living history museum where you can learn about life on the fort in-depth. These forts were built in the 18th century and are a must-visit destination for first-time visitors and history lovers. You'll find several other historic sites within a short drive of the fort grounds in downtown Winnipeg.
Located 20 miles north of the original site of Fort Garry in St. Andrews, this historic site is worth expiring any time of year. You’ll find original buildings at this site and can tour the living history area to interact with interpreters and learn more about what life was like during the 19th century. The fort is still surrounded by gardens and serves as the site of many community activities. It’s the perfect opportunity to take a step back in time and learn about the region’s rich history in a simulated setting. Take a break to explore the scenic sites around the Red River nearby to make the most of your visit.
Built in 1920, the Manitoba Legislative Building still hosts political talks and meetings. You can take a tour of the building when meetings are not in session and see the remarkable architectural structures throughout. The Carrara marble Grand Staircase is one of the more noteworthy features of this building. Don’t miss the Golden Boy gold statue on the top of the building’s dome, a distinctive feature of this famous site. You can also explore the building to see the Legislative Chamber, Rotunda, and the Lieutenant-Governor’s Reception room. The building encompasses more 250,000 square feet of space and continues to be a Winnipeg landmark.
One of the most well-known landmarks in Manitoba, Provenchar Bridge is where you can cross over the Red River to get to downtown Winnipeg from St. Boniface. You’ll find both a vehicle and pedestrian bridge here, as well as a restaurant where you can settle in to enjoy the water views. The modern architecture of this bridge is a standout design among the area’s other historic sites and the entire bridge lights up at night for a dazzling presentation. Plan to take a leisurely drive or stroll across this bridge during your trip to downtown Winnipeg any time of year.
See the place where Canadian coins are made and put into circulation at the Royal Canadian Mint plant in Winnipeg. The Royal Canadian Mint plant opened in 1976 and produces more than one billion coins every single year. You can take a guided tour of the plant to see the exact process and machines used to make Canadian coins. Tours are available year round and include a behind-the-scenes tour of the facilities. The venue also has a gift shop with collectible coins, medallions, and memorabilia to add to your collection of Canadian souvenirs. This is also the only place where you can purchase Royal Canadian Mint clothing.
Discover the rich history of Winnipeg and Manitoba with a day at The Forks National Historic Site. This is where Aboriginal peoples used to trade goods more than 6,000 years ago and is also where the first immigrants and pioneers settled. This is also the place where many Scottish settlers and buffalo hunters set their sights on during the 18th century. The Forks are now home to a handful of restaurants, shops, and other attractions where you can learn about the region’s history and enjoy some local foods. Plan on spending at least a day here as you explore the historic site along the Red River and Assiniboine River, shop for souvenirs, and enjoy some people watching.