Being thrifty is our thing. Skate on 1. A six-km system of woodchip Explore the animal kingdom at the Assiniboine Park Zoo; bask in exotic florals at the An event every week that begins at pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until August 31, An event every week that begins at pm on Tuesday and Thursday, repeating until July 30, Free things to do in Winnipeg, events, activities, giveaways and more!
When are you traveling? Clear Dates. All Things to Do. Join us for an evening of canoeing or kayaking for the perfect summer night. Register in advance to reserve a canoe or kayak for a minute exploration July 14, To August 28, Stroll into the past along the historical Pine Ridge Trail and visit the Kudlowich Homestead, the last remaining home in the park from the Pine Ridge Community, July 14, To July 17, Join us on the patio or in the theatre if weather is not cooperating and watch one of the performances live!
July 13, To August 21, Looking for an opportunity to learn all about farm animals in a friendly, safe environment? During this camp, youth between the ages of 8 and 14 will learn the July 13, To July 31, Every West End mural No experience is necessary to get on the water and start learning the fun of sailing!
Sail Manitoba introduces youth to the wonders of sailing in their July 11, To August 30, Head to the boardwalk trail to find all kinds of critters in the marsh and try to identify what you have found. This child-led activity promotes exploration July 11, To August 15, Join entomologist Joel Gardner from the University of Manitoba to find out how bumble bee populations are doing at FortWhyte.
You will learn how to safely handle July 11, To August 29, Explore FortWhyte and look for things along your route. July 10, To October 16, Plus they had a large art area, a place to climb, and a building section. We also spent a lot of time in the Run! I wonder why. We grabbed lunch at the Forks, which is an market filled with a variety of different restaurants. The Cinnamon Rolls were recommended to us, so that is what the kids ate for lunch and Craig and I shared a Sri Lankan dish.
I love these markets and how there are so many options in side and how cool the buildings are that house everything. When we were there, they had a traveling dino exhibit that had moving dinosaurs and a dino dig area! Plus the highlight was the farting dinosaur. Yes a farting dinosaur — ha! Travel Guides. They have a free airport shuttle and free on-site parking. As you can see, Winnipeg is an awesome city to visit and explore. Matthew G. Bailey is the main honcho behind Must Do Canada.
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Must Do Canada is all about the best things to do from coast to coast to coast. Hosted by Matthew and Karla Bailey, we showcase Canada through articles, photography, and video. We also help YOU plan the most incredible Canadian dream trip possible. For an interactive experience, hop inside a replica turn-of-the-century tram car.
Benches along both strips offer perfect people-watching spots. Local boutiques scattered in between restaurants and patios provide a great chance to browse and shop, of course.
Catch an impromptu game of ultimate or a league cricket match in the summer. In the winter, head down the toboggan slide or zip around the skating rink. We highly recommend the renowned Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, which features almost works by the famed sculptor. The Leg, as locals call it, is home to the famous Golden Boy, a Free self-guided tours run daily from 8 a.