Winnipeg, the largest city and capital of Manitoba, Canada, is full of wonderful museums, historic sites and world-class attractions. This diverse city offers culture, history and exciting entertainment for people of all ages.
•The Manitoba Museum – As an award-winning cultural center, the museum offers a glimpse into the city's history with a planetarium, science gallery and the first authentic pirate ship ever discovered in U.S. waters. •Children's Museum – Located in Winnipeg's oldest train repair plant, the museum features a 1952 diesel locomotive and a 1910 passenger car that you can explore. There are 12 permanent galleries including the Splash Lab where kids can create fun water experiments.
•The Exchange District – Located in one of Winnipeg's most colorful neighborhoods, this 30-block area showcases beautiful 19th century architecture, art galleries and antiques. The district offers concerts at The Cube and food tours where you can sample Winnipeg's best cuisine. •The Forks – Recognized as a National Historic Site along the Assiniboine River, The Forks offers dining, shopping and entertainment in a beautiful historic environment. There are year-round festivals, farmer's markets, painting competitions and fall fishing derbies. •The French Quarter – Just over the Esplanade Riel Bridge, you'll find St. Boniface, Winnipeg's unique French Quarter. A stroll along Provencher Boulevard with quaint cafes and one-of-a-kind boutiques will give you a true sense of Winnipeg's French heritage.
•Sports Events – Winnipeg sports lovers can enjoy non-stop, year-round entertainment with the Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball team, the Winnipeg Jets NHL team and the favorite team for locals, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers CFL team. •Assiniboia Park – As one of Winnipeg's oldest attractions, Assiniboia Park offers something for everyone. Visit Assiniboia Downs for a day of horse racing or the casino for a night of gaming. The 80-acre Assiniboia Park Zoo is a favorite tourist stop. •Royal Canadian Mint – The mint produces all Canadian coins in circulation, as well as coins for more than 60 other governments around the world. With an interactive coin museum, you can make your own souvenir coin and hold a pure gold bar worth more than $600,000. •Fort Whyte Alive – In this 640-acre, award-winning nature center you can hang out with a herd of prairie bison, feed exotic birds at the bird feeding stations , hike through forest trails, or learn to fish at the lake, where kids under 12 can take home two fish.
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