Take a guided tour of Winnipeg via trolley, on foot or on a boat where professional guides can give you an excellent synopsis of the area’s history and current day life.
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Is an Artist Run Centre dedicated to the development, exhibition and dissemination of contemporary art by cultural producers. maintains a commitment to emerging artists and recognizes its role in placing contemporary artists in a larger cultural context.
It is an arts service organization that supports its membership and the Manitoba arts and cultural community at large with administrative services, and the provision of affordable creation, production, exhibition and administration space.
Bear Creek Gallery has assembled a wonderful collection of Manitoba artists encompassing a variety of styles, subjects, and media. From large acrylics to small water colours, photography to soapstone sculpture.
For nearly twenty years, bringing people and art together has been an everyday business for Birchwood Art Gallery. At its heart are two owners who have garnered the gallery's excellent reputation for customer service.
The Buhler Gallerry, unique in Manitoba, is located in St. Boniface Hospital. Open to all patients, visitors, physicians, volunteers and staff, its goal is to provide an oasis of contemplation and vision, engaging people in high visual arts programming, music, readings, and performances.
Club Regent Casino is located in the neighborhood of Transcona Winnipeg, and is one of two world class casinos in the city. With a Caribbean atmosphere, Club Regent Casino offers its clientele numerous lounges and restaurants.
Come celebrate fashion, culture, and history at the Costume Museum of Canada. Step into the life of a Manitoba socialite or RCMP officer or an Eskimo from Yukon.
Nestled in the heart of Winnipeg's Arts District, cre8ery gallery is committed to the celebration of emerging as well as established artists. cre8ery takes pride in uncovering artistic gems of all media and genres and invites patrons of the arts to come discover their next art treasure.
The objective of Dalnavert Museum, a designated National Historic Site of Canada, is to foster an appreciation and an understanding of the late Victorian era in Winnipeg, through the preservation, exhibition and interpretation of the building and the museum’s collection.
The Edge is a key component to revitalize Winnipeg's North Main/Logan area using Arts, Culture and Heritage as catalysts for change. It offers eight live-work apartments as well as studio spaces, gallery rentals and workshop facilities.
The historic Exchange District offers visitors and residents alike a chance to look at history. With a multiplicity of restaurants, bars, and retail space, the increasing vibrancy of this area is close to achieving the hectic pace of this important commercial region that opened the west.
When you come to Fleet Galleries to have your artwork or memorabilia professionally framed, the first thing we do is talk with you about your piece. We want to know something about it, what it means to you, and whether or not you have any ideas in mind for its frame.
This site currently displays mostly the Acrylic Originals on Paper - however there are many Framed and un-Framed canvas pieces available for sale ranging from $250 up.
Gallery Lacosse is a small neighbourhood gallery that makes a big impression. A full service store, Gallery Lacosse offers expert assistance to both private and corporate clients in art sales and placement, and custom picture framing.
Graffiti Art Programming Inc. is a not-for-profit community youth art center, using art as a tool for community, social, economic and individual growth.
Grand Beach is a wonderful place to be in the summer. The sand is awesome and you'll find many kids and adults making castles and tunnels towards the water's edge. Easy on the feet when walking and playing sports.
The watermill known as Grant's Old Mil occupies the site of the Red River Settlement's first mill built in 1829.
Keepsakes Gallery boasts over 70 Manitoba artists featuring hand-blown glassware, jewelry, photography, aboriginal art, wrought iron, paintings, and more.
The Maison des artistes visuels francophones is an artist centre of contemporary art that works with the francophone community in Manitoba as well as the French-speaking community at large.
Not just a garden but a free and beautiful garden full of fishponds, giant bronze sculptures that are easy to climb, witch houses and secret paths. Total walk-through time can depend on how frequently you interact with the statues and ponds.
Take a trip back through time to witness what the prairie was like before settlement and urbanization. This museum teaches Manitoba history and ecology through guided hikes and exhibits in its interpretive centre.
The Manitoba Children’s Museum exists to spark kids’ creative learning. For over two decades, we have been the place for families to play, laugh, learn and grow.
Explore the history of electricity in Manitoba from the 1800s to the future. Interactive and interesting exhibits include a replica turn-of-the-last-century tram car and a towering robot made of 50 appliances. Free admission and personal tours.
Located in Winnipeg's historic Exchange District, the gallery represents a select group of gifted Canadian artists including Joe Fafard, Wanda Koop, John MacDonald and Robert Genn.
Medea Gallery, named after a Greek enchantress, was established in 1976 as Winnipeg's first Artists' co-operative. It comprises 2 floors of original fine art by Manitoba artists. Currently there are 23 member artists, who manage and staff the gallery, and 26 consignment artists.
Art and ideas from Manitoba, across Canada and beyond -- including, in the recent past, from Germany, Ethiopia, Sudan, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Uganda and Cuba. Unique programming in an impressive, two level space. Mon to Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Sat noon - 5 pm.
The goal of the Naval Museum of Manitoba is to promote the history of Canada's Navy, especially as it pertains to those Manitobans who have served with the Navy.
Our Gallery is named after Nunavut, the Canadian arctic territory established on April 1st, 1999. We carry Inuit sculpture from nearly all areas of Nunavut including Baker Lake, Cape Dorset, Arviat, Kimmirut (Lake Harbour), Pelly Bay and more.
Outworks gallery is an artist-run centre in the heart of the Exchange District featuring studio and exhibition space. Outworks formed as a collective of winnipeg-based artists sharing ideas and working together in the spirit of collaboration and opportunity. May be rented for group or solo shows.
As the centerpiece of Assiniboine Park, the Pavilion houses a gallery museum featuring the largest collections of works by three renowned Manitoba artists: Ivan Eyre, Clarence Tillenius, and Walter J. Phillips.
This long-time, volunteer-operated sales and exhibition gallery has operated under the Piano Nobile Gallery name since 1990 in a charming space directly over the entry to the Centennial Concert Hall building. Specializes in local artists.
Located at the historic Johnston Terminal at the Forks, Pulse Gallery showcases the wealth of Manitoba's talented artists and artisans with a modern twist. Colour is the star in this gallery. Art can stimulate; art can inspire; art can ignite. Daily year round 11 am - 5 pm or by appointment.
The RWB will create an enriching experience of dance for members of the Winnipeg and Manitoba community and others throughout Canada and the world at a cost that is financially sustainable.
Le Musee de Saint-Boniface Museum collects, preserves, researches, and interprets a collection of artifacts relating to Western Canada’s French-Canadian and Metis heritage, while acknowledging the historical contributions of the First Nations and the religious communities.
Winnipeg’s Stoneware Gallery, founded in 1978, is one of the longest running artist’s co-operatives in Canada. The pottery displayed is among the best available in contemporary ceramics and an essential acquisition for the contemporary collector.
Museum offers an extensive collection of vintage fire apparatus, artifacts, pictures and information about the history of fire fighting in the city of Winnipeg and it's suburbs.
The Folks Market has been around since 1989 and has turned into one of Winnipeg's best gathering spots. Seeing is how this is a historical site, many of the older historic buildings needed to be repaired in order to keep that feeling of history.
Dedicated to preserving the heritage, teaching the student, inspiring the artist, and promoting a way of life that values the hand-made, the Manitoba Crafts Museum and Library has its origins in the early years of the Crafts Guild of Manitoba.
The name, The Manitoba Museum, is a legacy of the evolution of the organization from its opening to the development of ‘The Futures Project” – Strategic Plan 2000-2005.
The Transcona Historical Museum has as its vision to maintain and promote the history, stories and community spirit of Transcona. Exhibits explore the origins of Transcona and the accomplishments of its citizens.
In 1944 after nearly 50 years in their new homeland, Ukrainian Canadians needed an institution to preserve their culture in Canada. The Ukrainian National Federation of Canada created Oseredok, the Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre.
Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art is a nationally recognized leader in Aboriginal arts programming and one of the foremost venues and voices for Aboriginal art in Canada.
Strongly committed to the arts, Wayne Arthur and his wife Bev Morton were determined to display and sell the work of other Manitoba artists.
The Western Canada Aviation Museum offers a unique mix of history and science. Enter through 'Gate 1' - the original Trans Canada Airlines (now Air Canada) passenger terminal - step back in time and let the pioneer aviators of the north take you on an inspirational journey through time!
What happens when you combine 12,000 square feet of historic beauty, high tech sound / lighting and Vegas like entertainment with country charm and hospitality? Whiskey Dix!! Whether your style is country casual or business, you'll feel right at home.
The WAG was established in 1912 when a group of Winnipeg businessmen, recognizing "the civilizing effects of art," each contributed $200 and rented two rooms in the old Federal Building at the corner of Main and Water Streets.
The Winnipeg Folk Festival, celebrating 38 years in 2011, is one of North America’s premier outdoor music festivals. It takes place each summer over the second weekend in July in Birds Hill Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada, with the 2011 festival running from July 6 to 10.
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Climb the stairs of the historicVia Rail Union Station to tracks 1 & 2 where you will discover the only museum in Winnipeg dedicated to the preservation of Manitoba's rail heritage. See where it all began.
Woodlands Gallery, established in 1984, has enjoyed bringing collectors together with local and international artwork for more than 20 years. Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Academy Road, Woodlands Gallery presents an engaging selection of original contemporary Canadian art.