Make plans to designate Manitoba’s largest city your next urban retreat. Winnipeg is a vibrant city with a rich history and plenty of events; the energy of city’s youth can be felt in the air, and its historic character can be seen everywhere you look!
No trip to Winnipeg would be complete without a visit to the Forks National Historic Site and Port, which includes a 9-acre interpretive center and adjoins the Assiniboine RiverWalk and River Trail.
But there’s more! Entertainment, enlightenment and culture come together under one roof at the Manitoba Centennial Centre. This is the home of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. The center also houses galleries and exhibits that will help you learn more about science and natural history.
If you love outdoor recreation, you don’t have to look far to find some of the most beautiful lakes, including Lake Winnipeg, the world’s 11th largest lake, Lake Manitoba, and Lake of the Woods. Take a tour through the historic areas of the city; meander along the trails – both rejuvenation and relaxation can be found when you visit Winnipeg!