Tag Archives: Winnipeg School Travel

Leo Mol Sculpture Garden

Leo Mol Sculpture Garden Combining artistic beauty with a natural setting. Save some time to stroll the magnificent Leo Mol Sculpture Garden while visiting Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg, this beloved garden offering a quiet retreat to enjoy the works of master sculptor Dr. Leo Mol. These meticulously landscaped gardens feature Dr. Mol's bronze sculptures mixed…
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St Norbert Farmers Market

St Norbert Farmers Market “We make it, bake it, and grow it for YOU!” With both summer and winter shopping opportunities, Winnipeg's St Norbert Farmers Market is always a great addition during your group's visit. More officially known as Le Marché St Norbert Farmers Market, this market is Manitoba's largest farmer's market with over 200…
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Heart of the Nation Tour

Heart of the Nation Tour 'You will never see Winnipeg in the same way again'. Of course, you wouldn't want to miss what TripAdvisor has called the #1 activity in Winnipeg since 2012 during your visit, which is why we think you should save room in your itinerary for a Heart of the Nation Tour…
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Rainbow Stage

Rainbow Stage Welcome to Rainbow Stage, Canada's largest and longest-running outdoor theatre! Located in Kildonan Park, this covered, open-air theatre seats up to 2,300 people and features live musical theatre productions on stage from June to August. Rainbow Stage is considered to be Central North America's premier destination for professional Broadway-inspired musical theatre, putting on shows…
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Splash Dash Tour

Splash Dash Tour 'Bringing Winnipeg's Riverways to the World'. For a quick, informative, and scenic look at Winnipeg, your group should consider a Splash Dash Tour! Providing scenic tours since 1992, Splash Dash Tours allows visitors to take quick 30-minute riverboat tours, the ride supplying an entertaining and informative look at major sites along the…
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Fort Garry

Fort Garry Welcome to Fort Garry, or Upper Fort Garry, the historic 1822 Hudson's Bay Company Trading Post. Located at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers in what is now downtown Winnipeg, this historic site is 'arguably one of the most significant historic sites in Western Canada'. During your group's visit to Fort…
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Kildonan Park

Kildonan Park [caption id="attachment_37808" align="alignright" width="193"] Bike path along Red River in Winnipeg Stockfresh[/caption] Be sure to save some time to explore Kildonan Park during your Winnipeg trip, this urban green space featuring over 99 acres of outdoor recreation and fun. Walk among some of the oldest and largest trees in Manitoba as you explore…
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Manitoba Children’s Museum

Manitoba Children's Museum The children's museum provides an environment that nurtures the power of the imagination and the spirit of self-discovery. Groups with younger children will most definitely want to make a stop at the Manitoba Children's Museum while in Winnipeg, the premier place for 'families to play, laugh, learn, and grow'. This museum 'exists…
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Saint Boniface Cathedral

Saint Boniface Cathedral [caption id="attachment_37793" align="alignright" width="425"] Saint Boniface Cathedral Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] The Saint Boniface Cathedral is the Roman Catholic Basilica located in Winnipeg, the current cathedral actually the 5th built on this site since 1818 by the same name. During a visit to this stunning architectural gem, you will learn all about the…
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Royal Canadian Mint

Royal Canadian Mint Welcome to the Winnipeg location of the Royal Canadian Mint, the high-tech, high-volume manufacturing facility producing Canadian circulation coins. Every single Canadian circulation coin is produced here, which equals out to billions each year! This location was established in 1976, though the Royal Canadian Mint, in general, was first established in 1908.…
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