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Winnipeg Sightseeing and Manitoba Tour Packages

Below are some of our itineraries for meetings and conventions. As always, these itineraries are adaptable and can easily be customized to suit your needs and interests.

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Rural Manitoba | Manitoba Tour Packages

Rural Manitoba

Board a motor coach and leave the city behind with one of our Manitoba Tour Packages. Sit back and enjoy as your tour guide takes you through Manitoba’s rich countryside. Around 12,000 years ago, most of Manitoba was covered ... [show more]

Rural Manitoba | Manitoba Tour Packages

Rural Manitoba

Board a motor coach and leave the city behind with one of our Manitoba Tour Packages. Sit back and enjoy as your tour guide takes you through Manitoba’s rich countryside. Around 12,000 years ago, most of Manitoba was covered under the immense prehistoric Lake Agassiz – and we’ve had problems with flooding ever since! Visit the Ste. Agathe Flood Interpretive Centre to see how floods have affected the Red River region over the past thousands of years, and how Manitobans have mitigated or succumbed to their ravaging effects.

Continue your tour to the Mennonite town of Steinbach and its Heritage Village Museum. The museum’s 40-acre complex spreads out from a street reminiscent of the Mennonite villages found in southern Manitoba in the late 1880s, a time when approximately 8,000 Mennonites moved to Manitoba to settle the vast amounts of inexpensive farmland available. The museum features century-old dwellings, a church and a school, all of which are furnished accurately to period specifications. Enjoy a traditional Mennonite lunch before touring the complex.

A geographically diverse province, Manitoba is known for its rich and fertile soil, and its varied crops – canola, wheat, soy, and many other crops thrive in Manitoban soil. See these crops first-hand as you travel through the Manitoban countryside. On your return trip to the city, enjoy a stop at Apple Seeds – a unique gift shop in Niverville carrying beautiful jewellery, hand-made trinkets and a variety of hand-crafted gifts from local artisans.

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Chocolatier Constance Popp’s Award-Winning Manitobar

The Winnipeg culinary scene is truly unique, as it is a product of not only the varied regional ingredients available from Manitoban fields, forests, lakes and wetlands, but also of the m... [show more]

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Chocolatier Constance Popp’s Award-Winning Manitobar

The Winnipeg culinary scene is truly unique, as it is a product of not only the varied regional ingredients available from Manitoban fields, forests, lakes and wetlands, but also of the many ethnic cuisines that are represented and shared by Winnipeg’s multicultural residents. Recipes from the “old world” meet and overlap with new ingredients and other cultures to create something truly Canadian – and exceptionally delicious.

With one of the highest ratios of restaurants per capita in Canada, Winnipeggers love to cook and they love to eat – so why not join in the fun?

Start your Winnipeg Sightseeing tour at the well-known and well-loved local bakery Tall Grass Prairie, where you’ll have a hand in preparing your own bread using organic ingredients grown right here in Manitoba. Next, you’ll take a tour of local craft brewery Half-Pints Brewery, where you’ll be taken behind the scenes and shown the ropes, while tippling their great local ales and lagers along the way. Lunch at a charming venue with a typically Manitoban menu will follow, but make sure to leave room for dessert, as your final stop will be at renowned local chocolatier Constance Popp’s chocolate shop, where you will be sampling some world-class sweet treats! After working alongside such chefs as Wolfgang Puck and having her chocolates featured at such events as the 2010 Olympic Games and the Golden Globe® Awards, Constance herself will take you through the fascinating processes of making and tempering chocolate, and perhaps even share some of her secrets with you as you sample the confectionary jewels her chocolate shop offers.

Whether you eat to live or live to eat, get your hands dirty and let your taste buds run wild on this delicious tour!

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Albert Street in Winter

Not far from Winnipeg’s original meeting and trading place – The Forks – is The Exchange District, a 30-block area of downtown Winnipeg that is one of the most historically intact early twentieth-century commercial d... [show more]

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Albert Street in Winter

Not far from Winnipeg’s original meeting and trading place – The Forks – is The Exchange District, a 30-block area of downtown Winnipeg that is one of the most historically intact early twentieth-century commercial districts in North America. At the turn of the twentieth century, Winnipeg had become a major railway centre and the commercial gateway to western Canada and the north-western States, counting two dozen rail lines converging near the city centre and over 200 wholesale businesses. Earning its name from the Winnipeg Grain Exchange and the many other commodity and financial exchanges that found their homes there at the turn of the century, the Exchange District is known for its turn-of-the-century collection of warehouses, financial institutions and early terra cotta clad skyscrapers. The architecture of the area is predominantly that of the Chicago style of the early 1900s, earning Winnipeg the nickname “Chicago of the North”.

Today, the Exchange District flourishes as Winnipeg’s commercial and cultural nucleus. This thriving and unique neighbourhood is home to an array of specialty retailers, restaurants, nightclubs, art galleries, wholesalers and Winnipeg’s theatre district. Its cobblestone streets and pedestrian-friendly environment also contribute to the Exchange District’s popularity as a period backdrop for today’s movie industry.

Come and see the breathtaking architecture and hear the stories of a time and a place that catapulted Winnipeg onto the international stage – where it has stayed ever since.

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Shopping Downtown

Looking to indulge in some retail therapy? With some of the finest shopping available in Canada, Winnipeg is just the right place to indulge. Start your tour with a private fashion show at the gorgeous flagship of Nygård I... [show more]

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Shopping Downtown

Looking to indulge in some retail therapy? With some of the finest shopping available in Canada, Winnipeg is just the right place to indulge. Start your tour with a private fashion show at the gorgeous flagship of Nygård International, Canada’s most widely recognized fashion house that designs leading brands of prêt-à-porter apparel for women. After the show, enjoy a fashion consultation with one of Nygård’s experts and find the shapes, colours and textiles that flatter you most, to have you feeling like you just walked off the runway yourself. Following your consultation, you will have time to browse the racks and apply your new-found fashion knowledge or experiment and create a new style of your own.

Continue your tour to one of Winnipeg’s trendiest shopping districts, Osborne Village. Boho and artsy meet kitsch and cool in the creative community of Osborne Village, where early 1900s architecture stands alongside modern high-rises, housing a mix of young and old, hip and urban. With a spirit born out of the 60s, the Village is home to an incredible variety of shops, restaurants and galleries – all concentrated within six city blocks. Here you’ll find specialty cookware, hand-crafted artisan jewellery, up-and-coming designer apparel and accessories, unique giftware and much more.

If you plan to shop until you drop, an additional lunch option at a great local restaurant is available for this tour.

Please note that many other shopping options are available. Winnipeg is a city that boasts a full range of factory outlets, anchor stores (including Canada’s largest Ikea store) and shopping malls for deal hunters and brand-seekers, as well as multiple shopping districts with individual boutiques, fashion ateliers and antique shops for those people looking for something unique. We would be more than happy to customize an itinerary to make your retail therapy session as pleasant an experience as possible.

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Old Market Square Performance during the Winnipeg Fringe Festival

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Old Market Square Performance during the Winnipeg Fringe Festival

Whether it be the lazy, hazy days of summer or the dead of winter, there is one constant that holds true in Manitoba: we know how to party. With over 100 annual festivals celebrating all aspects and walks of life, as well as world-class cultural institutions and sports venues, and a multitude of special events, there is always something going on in Winnipeg. Let Ô TOURS help you incorporate one of the many festivals or special events into your convention program for a truly memorable experience for your conventioneers.

Festivals or events to consider include:

  • Festival du Voyageur (February 16-25, 2018) – Western Canada’s largest winter festival, Festival du Voyageur is an annual ten-day celebration of Canada’s fur trade era and French-Canadian culture, cuisine and entertainment. With over 400 live shows, an international snow sculpture contest and delicious food, the Festival also provides visitors the chance explore Fort Gibraltar, a historic fur-trade fort brought to life by costumed guides.
  • Folklorama (August 6-19, 2017) – If you are looking for a truly Manitoban experience, look no further. Folklorama is a two-week cultural festival comprised of 40 countries/pavilions showcasing their cultures, and draws approximately 400,000 people annually. Each pavilion features the country’s authentic cuisine, dazzling shows and vibrant ethnic displays, allowing you to tour the world in just one night!
  • Winnipeg Folk Festival (July 6-9, 2017) – Held annually in Bird’s Hill Provincial Park, the Winnipeg Folk Festival is one of North America’s premier outdoor music festivals, attracting an audience of approximately 80,000, as well as such names as Tito Puente, Ani DiFranco, Blue Rodeo, Feist, the Barenaked Ladies, Elvis Costello, Alison Kraus, Oasis, Great Big Sea, Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Lyle Lovett, just to name a few.
  • Taste of Manitoba (July) – This culinary festival allows you to indulge in sample-sized portions of menu items from some of Winnipeg’s finest restaurants. Located in Memorial Park, adjacent to Winnipeg’s stunning Legislative Building, Taste of Manitoba allows guests to sample a wide assortment of cuisines for a fraction of their menu price, all while chatting up the chefs in a beautiful outdoor setting.
  • Winnipeg International Jazz Festival (June 15-25, 2017) – Whether you like your jazz hot, sweet or jumping, the Winnipeg International Jazz Festival will have you grooving. This annual festival delivers four days of free programming in the city’s historic Old Market Square, followed by six days of concerts in downtown theatres and clubs from local, national and international jazz and blues superstars such as Holly Cole, Booker T. Jones, Trombone Shorty, Jesse Cook, Pink Martini, The Lost Fingers, Janelle Monae and Wynton Marsalis.
  • Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival (July 19-30, 2017) – North America’s second-largest Fringe festival, the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival offers a fascinating mix of theatre performances from over 170 theatre troupes world-wide in approximately 30 indoor and outdoor venues, all in downtown Winnipeg. The Fringe takes over Old Market Square in the Exchange District, which serves as the headquarters of all the action, with its Fringe information booth, delicious food services, local artisan kiosques, roaming buskers, outdoor patios and live performances on the Old Market Stage from noon to midnight every day. From improv and stand-up comedy, to heart-wrenching dramas and even dance performances, there is something for everyone!
  • Royal Winnipeg Ballet – Founded in 1939, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet holds the double distinction of being Canada’s premier ballet company and the longest continuously operating ballet company in North America. The Company received its royal title from Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 and has been enchanting audiences ever since. With an international reputation for their dancers’ grace and athleticism, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet performs both traditional classics and boundary-pushing ballet, always testing the limits of dance and the human body. Not to be missed is the RWB’s Canadian twist on the beloved Christmas classic The Nutcracker, complete with shinny hockey and a figure-skating bear!
  • Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra – The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra performs more than 80 concerts for approximately 100,000 people each year, and offers a wide range of musical experiences ranging from great art of the master composers to Pops, family concerts, educational performances, and other special concerts. Come and hear Canadian opera superstar Measha Brueggergosman sing cabaret classics, the Barenaked Ladies jam with a full symphony orchestra, or hear Handel’s Messiah played masterfully, all with the WSO at Winnipeg’s Centennial Concert Hall.
  • Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre – The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre is Canada’s first and largest regional theatre company, presenting over 250 performances annually for more than 150,000 theatre-lovers. The company produces in two venues: the Warehouse Theatre and the Mainstage Theatre (a national historic site), and has seen such actors as William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, Gordon Pinsent, Keanu Reeves and Judd Hirsch grace its stages.
  • Rainbow Stage – Built in Kildonan Park, Rainbow Stage is Canada’s longest-running outdoor theatre and has been delighting crowds with musical theatre for over 55 years.
  • Winnipeg Jets Hockey – After a 15-year hiatus, Winnipeg finally got its beloved NHL hockey team back. The Winnipeg Jets play at the state-of-the-art MTS Centre in downtown Winnipeg, where the show in the crowd is just as good as the show on the ice.
  • Winnipeg Goldeyes Baseball – Hit a homerun with your delegates! Come and join Goldie in cheering on the Winnipeg Goldeyes, the 2012 American Association Champions, at beautiful Shaw Park. Home to the Goldeyes since 1999, Shaw Park is a first-class ballpark with great seats overlooking the field, delicious and unique concession stands and restaurants, and high-quality professional baseball. And with the historic Exchange District, The Forks and St. Boniface all within walking distance, your trip downtown doesn’t have to end when the game does.

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Saint Boniface Cathedral

Winnipeg is home to the largest French-speaking community west of the Great Lakes. This tour takes you across the river into St. Boniface, the city’s French Quarter, where the language, folklore, traditions and hist... [show more]

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Saint Boniface Cathedral

Winnipeg is home to the largest French-speaking community west of the Great Lakes. This tour takes you across the river into St. Boniface, the city’s French Quarter, where the language, folklore, traditions and history of the first French-Canadian settlers live on. Spend the day discovering the joie de vivre (love of life) of this historic and dynamic community, just minutes from downtown Winnipeg.

Start your tour with a visit to the St. Boniface Cathedral, the former head of Catholic churches in western Canada and one of Manitoba’s most photographed sites. Learn the story of how the cathedral came to be, and enter the ruins to see how the old has been integrated with the new.  See the history of the parish and its parishioners brought to life in a live theatre performance by the troupe Theatre in the Cemetery, performed on-site. Afterwards, walk over and visit the St. Boniface Museum, which is not only the former Grey Nuns’ convent, but the oldest remaining structure in Winnipeg and the largest oak log structure in North America.

A visit to the French Quarter would not be complete without a traditional French-Canadian lunch at the newly renovated Resto Gare, a restaurant renowned for its French cuisine and unique atmosphere.

In the afternoon, visit historic Fort Gibraltar, a full-scale trading post where costumed interpreters recreate and share with you their lives in the fur trade in 1815. Try your hand at hatchet throwing, bake bannock around a camp fire and experience what life was like for the Voyageurs and first Francophone settlers who braved the Canadian wilderness – and won!

Lots of surprises and plenty of joie de vivre await you on this captivating tour!

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Manitoba is home to the largest Francophone community west of the Great Lakes. This one-and-a-half hour walking tour will take you through St. Boniface, Winnipeg’s historic French Quarter. St. Boniface is located just a stone’s throw across the river from downtown Winnipeg, yet has a very distinctive culture and history all of its own. Visit this vibrant community and hear about its historic struggles, its successes and its legendary joie de vivre (love of life), and take in some of the beautiful architecture that makes St. Boniface truly unique on the Canadian landscape. Stops for this tour include St. Boniface Cathedral, one of the most photographed landmarks in Manitoba, and the old St. Boniface City Hall building, which also served as a police station and jail at the turn of the century and shows signs of its former tenants to this day.

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Fort Gibraltar

Fort Gibraltar

The history of Manitoba and Western Canada is inextricably linked with the Hudson’s Bay Company, the fur trade and the early explorers and Voyageurs who ran the trade. Start your tour at the Manitoba Museum’s Hudson’s Bay Col... [show more]

Fort Gibraltar

Fort Gibraltar

The history of Manitoba and Western Canada is inextricably linked with the Hudson’s Bay Company, the fur trade and the early explorers and Voyageurs who ran the trade. Start your tour at the Manitoba Museum’s Hudson’s Bay Collection, a collection that contains more than 10,000 artefacts and spans three centuries of the Company’s  – and Canada’s – colourful history. Then, grab your moccasins and head to the historic Red River, where you will paddle your canoe down river like the Voyageurs to Fort Gibraltar, a full-scale trading post where costumed interpreters recreate and share with you their lives in the fur trade in 1815. Tour the fort and participate in Voyageur games, bake bannock by the campfire and learn about the fort’s economic system with a game that will have you bartering and haggling for the goods you’ll need to survive on the wild, unpredictable prairies!

Allow yourself to be carried away with the infectious spirit and joie de vivre of the French-Canadian Voyageurs as you explore first-hand Canada’s fascinating past.

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Aboriginal Dancing

One of the things Manitobans are most proud of is their cultural diversity. With approximately 100 languages and nationalities represented in Winnipeg alone, guests can easily travel the world without having to leave Winn... [show more]

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Aboriginal Dancing

One of the things Manitobans are most proud of is their cultural diversity. With approximately 100 languages and nationalities represented in Winnipeg alone, guests can easily travel the world without having to leave Winnipeg’s city limits. With the Manitoban Mosaic Tour, allow Ô TOURS to help you plan a customized itinerary for your group, which could include learning about Aboriginal cultures and the medicine circle, making perogies with Ukrainian ladies, learning to dance a jig with the Métis, singing your hearts out to traditional French-Canadian songs, finding your Zen in the middle of one of Winnipeg’s many Japanese gardens, or any number of other authentic cultural activities. Allow us to play tour guide and travel agent as you discover the global cultural mosaic that is Manitoba.

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Lower Fort Garry

This tour combines two of Manitoba’s best qualities – its breathtaking wildlife and its lively history – as it takes you to award-winning attractions, with your guide providing plenty of interesting information about the si... [show more]

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Lower Fort Garry

This tour combines two of Manitoba’s best qualities – its breathtaking wildlife and its lively history – as it takes you to award-winning attractions, with your guide providing plenty of interesting information about the sights and stories of Manitoba along the way.

Your first stop is at Oak Hammock Marsh, a wildlife management and interpretive centre that is home to 25 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, numerous reptiles, amphibians and fish, and countless other creatures. Recognized as one of the best bird viewing wildlife management areas in North America, the marsh features artesian springs, aspen-oak bluff, some of Manitoba’s last remaining patches of tall grass prairie, over 30 kilometres of trails to explore, and waterfowl lure crops which can attract over 400,000 waterfowl daily during migration season. Upon request, other tour activities at the marsh could include a walk-about, rooftop viewings, a tour of the indoor exhibits, snowshoe walks, critter dipping or even canoe excursions!

Your next stop is at Lower Fort Garry, a Parks Canada National Historic Site and North America’s only restored stone fort from the fur trade era. Travel back in time to the days when the Hudson’s Bay Company ruled Rupert’s Land, and witness what life was like in the 1800s at this Red River settlement. Entertaining costumed guides bring this historically significant fort to life as you take an interactive tour of the aboriginal encampment, the blacksmith’s shop and eight other historic buildings within the fort’s palisade-style walls, all while testing your mettle as a blacksmith or fur packer, making fire with flint and steel, spinning wool, and many other memorable activities.

Before leaving the past behind, relax and enjoy a classic lunch with local flair at Fort Bistro in the Visitor Reception Centre and browse the fort’s impressive gift shop.

The trip back to Winnipeg will take you along Red River Drive, also known as Heritage Drive, the road used by the first Red River ox carts and along which you will still find many beautiful historic homes from the early 1800s. The last stop of the tour will take you to St. Andrew’s on the Red Anglican Church, the oldest stone church in continuous use in western Canada. The church was designed by its first rector, the Reverend Archdeacon William Cockran of Northumberland, England, who immigrated to the Red River Settlement in 1825 and is buried in the church cemetery. The Gothic Revival architectural style, which was popular in England at the time of the construction of the church, is unique on our prairie landscape, and the magnificent stained glass and church interior, which has remained mostly untouched since 1849, along with many original artefacts, will make a believer out of anyone.

From wilderness to bewilderment, you will not want to miss this fascinating tour!

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Winnipeg Beach

Let’s go to the beach! North of Manitoba’s capital city, on the shores of beautiful Lake Winnipeg, lies the Icelandic resort town of Gimli. While most are familiar with the stories of the French, Anglo-Saxon and Slavic settle... [show more]

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Winnipeg Beach

Let’s go to the beach! North of Manitoba’s capital city, on the shores of beautiful Lake Winnipeg, lies the Icelandic resort town of Gimli. While most are familiar with the stories of the French, Anglo-Saxon and Slavic settlers of Manitoba, many often overlook the important waves of Icelandic immigration to the interlake region of Manitoba in the late 1800s. New Iceland, as it was called, was a republic with three town sites (with Gimli as its capital) and had its own fully functioning Icelandic government and system of laws before the borders of Manitoba expanded to their present-day size in 1881. Learn about this unique chapter in Canada’s history in Gimli at the Waterfront Centre’s series of multimedia exhibits called “The Story of New Iceland”. Then visit the Lake Winnipeg Visitor’s Centre for a presentation on the natural history of the lake and the fisheries industry. A 500-gallon aquarium filled with local fish species and a whitefish boat from the 1940s are just a couple of the interesting artefacts and exhibits you’ll find at the Visitor’s Centre.

After learning about the sea-faring people of this prairie province, enjoy a delicious lunch overlooking the harbour at Seagull’s Restaurant. Then, spend some free time strolling along the sandy beaches, taking in the murals on the seawall, relaxing in the sun or shopping in the unique boutiques and shops of Gimli, including H.P. Tergesen & Sons, a general store that has been owned and operated continuously by the Tergesen family since 1899.

On the return trip to Winnipeg, a brief stop will be made at Winnipeg Beach, a popular summer playground known for its famous boardwalk and beachfront. Have a delicious ice cream cone or another refreshing treat while strolling along the lakefront, basking in the prairie sun.

The return route to Winnipeg will take you down River Road, a scenic drive along the west bank of the Red River that is dappled with historical buildings (many of which have been designated Provincial Heritage Sites or National Historic Sites). Let your guide regale you with stories and facts about the historical relevance of the sites and the intimate lives of the residents of the manses along the way.

Be sure to pack a hat and sunscreen for this fun-in-the-sun excursion to Manitoba’s lakes and cottage country!

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St. Boniface Museum

What better way to discover Winnipeg and encourage team spirit than to incorporate team-building exercises into your premier tour of Winnipeg?

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What better way to discover Winnipeg and encourage team spirit than to incorporate team-building exercises into your premier tour of Winnipeg?

Peg City Pursuit is a multi-stop tour of some of Winnipeg’s finest and most historic attractions, at each of which your delegates, divided into teams, will be sent on a quest and partake in group activities centered on Manitoba’s history and culture. At the end of each stop, the team will collect trade coins if they have successfully completed their quest. The delegates travel together by motor coach, and between stops, your guide will present the historical importance of the site to be explored as well as the next task to be performed, ensuring that the groups learn beforehand about the importance of the site to Manitobans/Canadians and have their bearings before being sent out on their adventure.

At the end of their tour/quest, the delegates can be brought to a final destination where they turn in their coins to participate in a planned activity, such as a dinner or another cultural experience, or to receive a prize.

This tour event is highly customizable and can include such sites as:

  • The Forks National Historic Site of Canada
  • The Exchange District National Historic Site
  • The Legislative Building
  • Saint Boniface Cathedral and Cemetery
  • Assiniboine Park/Leo Mol Sculpture Gardens
  • Fort Gibraltar

The activities are relatively simple and encourage the whole group to participate and enjoy learning about Winnipeg. The activities can be modified to meet the needs of your group, i.e. they can be changed to accommodate physical limitations, can be made more competitive, can focus on a certain topic/theme, etc.

Make your tour more dynamic, interactive and fun, all while fostering team spirit, on a Peg City Pursuit!

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Oak Hammock Marsh

This wholly customizable motor coach tour will leave your guests feeling enlightened and pampered. Your group will be treated to a truly interactive, behind-the-scenes tour of three of Winnipeg’s finest attractions, based on your group’s interests and seasonal availability. Not only will your customized visits provide your guests with loads of interesting, insider information, but between locations, your group will be entertained aboard their coach with Manitoban comforts to delight their senses, including music from local artists, a feast of Manitoban sweets and delicacies, and even a mini spa treatment! Let us fuss over you while you see what all of the fuss over Manitoba is about!

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Winnipeg Art Gallery | Winnipeg Sightseeing

The Winnipeg Art Gallery

Winnipeg Sightseeing is known for its thriving arts and culture scene, and Winnipeggers have always had a keen eye for the visual arts. This half-day art tour allows you to take in some of Winnipeg’s finest gallerie... [show more]

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery

Winnipeg Sightseeing is known for its thriving arts and culture scene, and Winnipeggers have always had a keen eye for the visual arts. This half-day art tour allows you to take in some of Winnipeg’s finest galleries, with the following unique stops along the way:

  • Upstairs Gallery – Established in 1966, Upstairs Gallery is Winnipeg’s oldest gallery of fine art. It includes early twentieth-century and contemporary paintings, prints and drawings, as well as an impressive gallery of Inuit art.
  • Warehouse Artworks – At this downtown gallery, you will find originals, limited-edition prints, posters and photos from Canadian and world-renowned artists.
  • Winnipeg Art Gallery –  The first civic art gallery in Canada, the WAG has almost 24,000 works of art ranging from fifteenth-century European paintings to twenty-first century American multi-media art, and represents artists from countries and cultures around the globe. With more than 11,000 pieces in its collection, it also houses the world’s largest ensemble of Inuit art.

Finish off your tour of these impressive galleries with lunch at a restaurant in the historic Exchange District.

Note: This half-day tour can easily be converted to a full-day tour with the addition of motor coach transportation and visits to the Assiniboine Park Pavilion Gallery, the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, and Assiniboine Park’s formal English gardens.

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Downtown Winnipeg | Winnipeg Sightseeing

Downtown Winnipeg Skyline

From a small settlement at the meeting of two rivers, to a bustling city vibrant with spirited energy, come and see what makes Winnipeg so unique and rich in culture, history and natural beauty.

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Downtown Winnipeg | Winnipeg Sightseeing

Downtown Winnipeg Skyline

From a small settlement at the meeting of two rivers, to a bustling city vibrant with spirited energy, come and see what makes Winnipeg so unique and rich in culture, history and natural beauty.

This popular three-hour motor coach Winnipeg Sightseeing tour visits various areas and crowd-pleasing sites of the city. Hear the esoteric secrets of our Legislative Building, witness the tragic history of the St. Boniface Cathedral, learn the historical and international relevance of our downtown, and explore where it all started – The Forks National Historic Site and Market.

Winnipeg is known for its greenscapes and urban forests; as such, no tour of the city would be complete without a stroll through the formal English gardens and the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiniboine Park.

Come and experience just a taste of what Winnipeg has to offer!

Scheduled Tours: A regularly scheduled public tour runs every Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 8:30 to 11:00 AM, departing from the VIA Rail Station. The cost is $30 per person.

Customized Tours: Customized tours can be organized according to your needs and schedule.

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