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Best Things to Do in Winnipeg

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Things To Do in Winnipeg

Winnipeg has a variety of things to do for people of all ages. Whether you’re into museums, art, or spending a day in the park, consider one of these popular options to add to your Winnipeg travel itinerary.

Assiniboine Park

This popular park is the place to be during the Winnipeg summers as it is where locals like to play frisbee, have a picnic, or take a stroll during lunch. The park is also home to the city’s zoo, conservatory, English gardens, and more. If you’re in Winnipeg during the winter months, don’t miss the chance to cross-country ski or go tobogganing at Assiniboine Park.

Manitoba Children’s Museum

Traveling with children? Have no fear! We’ve got options for the whole family to enjoy. The Manitoba Children’s Museum has hands-on galleries kids will love, and adults will appreciate going somewhere that allows kids to have free reign of the territory. The museum has exhibits on fairy tales, trains, and more, so you’ll have plenty to keep your family busy.

Winnipeg Art Gallery

Art lovers will need to make a stop at Western Canada’s oldest art gallery. The gallery focuses on local, Canadian, and international artists, including native Inuit Art. The building is located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg and is an architectural wonder on its own.

Outdoor Adventures

Situated on the fork of two rivers, Winnipeg is a great location to spend time outside. Spend some of your trip in the great outdoors by checking out one of these beautiful locations in and around Winnipeg.

Birds Hill Provincial Park

You’ll find this beautiful spot 24 kilometers northeast of Winnipeg, and the trip outside the city will be well worth your time. The park has a gorgeous lake, aspen forests, and prairies full of summer wildflowers. Visit any time of year for outdoor fun like camping, swimming, cross-country skiing, biking, or enjoying the Winnipeg Folk Festival in July.

King’s Park

If you don’t want to leave Winnipeg to find some outdoor adventures, head to King’s Park near the University of Manitoba. This park borders the Red River and has beautiful pathways leading to scenic marshland. The park is a great spot to kick around a soccer ball, play baseball, or take a stroll. King’s Park is also home to the Carol Shields Memorial Labyrinth and Japanese pagoda gardens.

Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre

Anyone with a passion for environmentalism should consider this spot a must-see, since it was voted the Best Environmental Experience in the world in recent years. Take a guided journey on nature trails or head out on your own for canoeing, wildlife spotting, and interactive exhibits.

With so much to see and do, make sure you have a reliable way to get around during your stay. Budget Rent a Car is the best choice for affordable prices and convenient options to make your vacation as stress-free as possible.