• Saint Boniface

    Home to one of the largest francophone communities west of the Great Lakes, St. Boniface is known as the heart of Manitoba's French history and culture.

  • Esplanade Riel

    This five-metre wide and 250-metre long “people path,” is located north of the junction of the historic Red and Assiniboine Rivers, and provides a link between The Forks and Winnipeg’s French Quarter - St. Boniface.

  • Canadian Museum for Human Rights

    The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights.

  • Saint Boniface Catherdral

    Saint Boniface Cathedral is a Roman Catholic basilica and the cathedral of Saint Boniface, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

    It is an important building in Winnipeg, and is the principal church in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Boniface, serving the eastern part of Manitoba province as well as the local Franco-Manitoban community. The basilica sits in the centre of the city at 190 avenue de la Cathédrale, Saint Boniface.

  • The Forks Market + Food Hall

    Located just steps from Inn at the Forks and now home to a vibrant + deliciously eclectic food hall, The Forks Market features the best in local offerings on the main floor and fantastic local maker + retail options on the second floor. What is now The Forks Market was once horse stables + haylofts in the height of the railway days.

  • NHL Winnipeg Jets Hockey

    As the official home of the National Hockey League’s Winnipeg Jets, Bell MTS Place hosts 45 home games each season (41 regular season games, 4 pre-season games). Thanks to the incredible support of Winnipeg Jets fans, Bell MTS Place has earned the reputation as the loudest building in the entire NHL after only one season.

  • Riverwalk

    One of the city’s jewels, The Assiniboine Riverwalk winds along the riverbanks from underneath Esplanade Riel all the way to the foot of the Manitoba Legislature. Featuring interpretive plaques concerning area history, the walk showcases a distinctive river’s eye view of central Winnipeg.

  • Downtown Winnipeg

    If you are a visual person, login to Instagram and search #finditdowntown. This might just be the best way to see how vibrant, diverse and artistic Winnipeg’s core is.

    You’ll be met with stunning shots of Winnipeg’s famed architecture, which is a mix of turn of the 19th century, and early 20th century masonry (or, as we like to say, stone skyscrapers) and modern glass buildings. You’ll also be introduced to downtown’s culinary scene, where gourmet sandwiches, food trucks, and handcrafted cocktails are all the rage these days.

  • Festival du Voyageur

    The Festival du Voyageur is an annual 10-day winter festival that takes place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The event is held during each February in Winnipeg's French Quarter, Saint-Boniface, and is Western Canada's largest winter festival.

  • The Forks National Historic Site

    Come experience an exceptional array of dining options, fantastic local makers and retailers, a constantly changing slate of entertainment and events, and many unique attractions that encompass the site’s natural, historic and built features.

  • Saint Boniface Museum

    The Grey Nuns’ convent, Winnipeg’s oldest building, houses Le Musée de Saint‐Boniface Museum. Built for the Grey Nuns who arrived in the Red River Colony in 1844, the structure is an outstanding example of Red River frame construction. The Museum presents an impressive collection of artifacts that reveal the lives and culture of the Francophone and Métis communities of Manitoba, including a special exhibit about Louis Riel, the “father” of Manitoba.

  • Upper Fort Garry

    Upper Fort Garry Provincial Park is the place where the Province of Manitoba was born and the decision was made to join Canada. Today this site has been revitalized, re-energized and fort and area stories are being told through technology, art and a sound and light show.