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Explore Winnipeg off the beaten path
At the confluence of the mighty Red and Assiniboine Rivers is The Fork, a lively shopping and entertainment district developed from an array of renovated historic buildings leftover from an old railway repair facility. Over the years, the local community has meticulously restore many of the buildings to house a colorful mixture of shops and services. Shoppers often visit a nearby lookout located in one of the renovated buildings to get a great birds-eye view of the surrounding area. But The Forks isn’t all shopping. Just nearby are a few walking trails that take visitors along the riverfront and to other key Winnipeg attractions, including Shaw Park, where the Winnipeg Goldeyes play minor league baseball.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a welcomed addition to the Winnipeg cultural scene that has quickly become a state-of-the-art landmark for the city. Advocating for human rights in Canada and around the world, the museum is known both for it’s unique architectural design and provocative human rights exhibitions, which have garnered a lot of attention for their often controversial presentations.
The Manitoba Museum provides a unique look at the rich history of the Canadian province, beginning in the 17th-century, with exhibitions showcasing ships of the period, leading all the way up to the roaring 20’s. For a more modern experience, there’s an interactive Science Gallery and planetarium that provide visitors of all ages with a fun, educational look at some of the universe’s greatest natural wonders
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TappCar and ReRyde are ride sharing companies that are available from YWG.
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Recognized as the Culture Capital of Canada in 2010, Rich Aboriginal, French and European roots has cultivated a unique experience only to the “Peg”.
Winnipeg has been named Slurpee Capital of the World fifteen years in a row. Apparently, Winnipeggers love their slurpees.