Winnipeg is one of Canada’s hidden gems.  A mid-sized city located in the center of the country, Winnipeg offers up a uniquely diverse blend of warm and cold weather activities to entertain the whole family all year long.  


Here is a list of some of Winnipeg’s most famous attractions. 

The Forks 

The Forks is one of Winnipeg’s most iconic attractions located where the city’s two rivers (Red and Assiniboine) meet right in the city center.


Here you will find restored buildings housing a mixture of restaurants, shops, and museums.  


You can stroll for hours around the grounds, along the famous river walk (or skate on in the winter), and climb up the lookout tower for a Birdseye view of the city.   


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Canadian Museum Of Human Rights 

No visit to Winnipeg is complete without a visit to the Canadian Museum of Human Rights. The museum was opened at The Forks in 2014 and has received worldwide recognition for its spectacular design, architecture, and interactive content.  


The CMHR is the only dedicated human rights museum in the world, receiving a slew of awards and accolades. 


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Assiniboine Park Zoo

Ever wanted to see a polar bear?  Assiniboine Park Zoo is located in Winnipeg’s beloved Assiniboine Park. The zoo spans an impressive 455 acres full of animals, interactive displays, and gardens.  


Located inside the park is the famous Leo Mol Sculpture garden, and two working trains for a fun and easy way to explore all corners of the park.  


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Winnipeg Art Gallery 

The Winnipeg art gallery hosts over 25,000 pieces of art and attracts some of the best traveling galleries from all over the world. The collections focus on Inuit, American, European, and Canadian artists and also have a rooftop bar hosting live jazz.  


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Fort Whyte Alive 

If you’re looking for some real Canadian nature without leaving the city, Fort Whyte Alive is the place to go. It’s an opportunity to see prairie dogs, and owls, and famous prairie Bison herds. 


With activities all year long, Fort Whyte Alive is a fun and informative way to connect with nature.  


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Royal Canadian Mint 

The Royal Canadian Mint has produced over 55 billion coins to date. The mint offers daily tours of their facilities where you learn about the entire minting process from start to finish. 


The museum inside shows visitors the history of coin making and how currency first started.  


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