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    Western Canada Aviation Museum

    Type: Speciality Museums Owner description: Winnipeg’s Aviation Museum — dedicated to the preservation, restoration and display of Canada’s unique aviation heritage from the golden age of bush flying.

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    Winnipeg Art Gallery

    Type: Art Museums Owner description: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada’s oldest civic art gallery, celebrates its 100th anniversary from Sept 2012 to Aug 2013. As one of Canada’s leading art museums, the WAG has over 25,000 works of art ranging from 15th century European paintings to 21st century American multi-media art, and has toured exhibitions […]

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    The Manitoba Museum

    Type: History Museums, Natural History Museums, Observatories/ Planetariums Activities: Shopping Owner description : This museum provides ­a unique journey through the province of Manitoba, the world and the universe. Explore diverse ecological environments and blast off on an interactive tour of the current night sky. SOME MUSEUMS BUY THEIR TREASURES — WE MAKE OURS Parklands/ […]

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    Manitoba Planetarium & Science Gallery

    WELCOME TO THE AMAZING WORLD OF DIGISTAR Please note: For the safety of all our visitors once a Planetarium show has begun latecomers will not be admitted, and visitors who leave during a show will not be re-admitted. The Manitoba Museum was the first Planetarium in Canada to offer visitors the Digistar® 5 All-Dome digital projection […]

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    Fort Gibraltar

    History in the Making Combining the elegance of a history setting with modern comfort and features, Fort Gibraltar is the ideal venue to become the New Frontier for your next event. Located minutes from downtown Winnipeg, we offer a unique venue for weddings, receptions, corporate meetings, private functions, conferences and group tours. Indoor and outdoor events […]

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    Le Musee de 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 […]

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    Manitoba Electrical Museum & Education Centre

    Owner description: Explore the history of hydroelectric power in Manitoba from the 1880s to now. Check out a replica electric streetcar, a towering robot made of over 50 household appliances and the interactive discovery area on the lower level. Open Monday to Thursday, 1-4 pm and by appointment. Guided tours are available. Special events include […]

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    Manitoba Children's Museum

    The Children’s Museum exists to spark kids’ creative learning. As a non-profit charitable organization, we believe in the potential of all children and provide an interactive learning environment that nurtures the power of imagination and spirit of self-discovery. For over 25 years, we have been the place for families to play, laugh, learn and grow. […]

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    Winnipeg Railway Museum

    Climb the stairs of the historicVia Rail Union Station to tracks 1 & 2 where you will discover the only museum in Winnipeg dedicated to the preservation of Manitoba’s rail heritage. See where it all began. View the first steam locomotive on the Canadian Prairies, The Countess of Dufferin. Continue on and view an early-generation […]

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    Living Prairie Museum

    The Living Prairie Museum is a 12 hectare (30acre) tall grass prairie preserve located inside the City of Winnipeg. Set aside in 1968, this preserve is home to over 160 species of prairie plants and a great array of prairie wildlife. Prior to European settlement, tall grass prairie covered one million square kilometres in central […]