A fun and historical site located in the heart of Winnipeg. A great way to spend time outside in any season. The Common offers a wide variety of food, drinks and souvenirs.
Large riverside community hub with a variety of shopping, dining & recreational activities.
So much to see here. Lots of stores and restaurants. Great place to spend an afternoon with the family. You can also have a variety of kraft beers here. The children's museum is a lot of fun for the Little ones..There is also the Manitoba Theatre for Young People, and the famous Old Spaghetti…
From 300 Assiniboine to the Forks, walk along the river and enjoy the beauty of the Assiniboine River walk - in the winter you can enjoy skating along the both the Red and the Assiniboine Rivers.
“One of the most unique museums - must see exhibitions - with a fabulous architecture and great views over the city.”
“Assiniboine Park and Assiniboine Park Zoo is a place for absolutely everyone! At the park there are events taking place year round from tobogganing in the winter to free movies and concerts in the grass at the Lyric theatre. Our newly renovated zoo has created a place for families and individuals to experience the animals in a fun and educational environment. Restaurants, art galleries, english gardens and duck ponds, we guarantee you'll enjoy your day at the park. ”
“This is a modern multipurpose arena situated in the centre of downtown Winnipeg. There are many large groups and artist which perform here when the Manitoba Moose or Winnipeg Jets are not trying their best to beat their rivals. Given its location it is easily accessible using public transportation and there are nearby options for refreshment before the event along with options for libations.”
“There are many exhibitions held each year at this gallery which was one of the first civic ones in the country. It now holds over 25,000 pieces in its permanent collection. The native artworks are always somewhat special as society often overlooks such talent, so coming here and seeing it is well worth the time.”