Oodena Circle, Shaw Performing Arts Centre (MTYP), Canadian Museum of Human Rights (CMHR) at The Forks, Winnipeg, MB, and the West End Cultural Centre for a poetry cabaret.

Additional sites

CCFM, Cercle Molière , Urban Shaman Gallery, Neechi Commons, Thunderbird House, Fort Gibraltar, and the ACIM Classroom and Sacred Circle, Portage Avenue, Provencher Avenue, Main Street. 

Shaw Performing Arts

About Winnipeg

Combining the food, art and culture of a bustling cosmopolitan city with plenty of small town charm, Winnipeg is Manitoba’s vibrant capital city located at the heart of Canada and North America.

While you’re here, explore the top-notch restaurants, world-class art galleries and noteworthy attractions waiting to be discovered. You will love Winnipeg’s sprawling green spaces, award-winning museums and interactive tours. Winnipeg also has amazing bookstores like McNally Robinson, awarded the best independent bookstore in Canada five times!

Winnipeg is experiencing an exciting transformation with several new developments. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights, opened in September of 2014 at The Forks.

A Winnipeg must-see is Assiniboine Park and Zoo. The zoo’s signature Journey to Churchill opened in July 2014 and is the most comprehensive polar bear exhibit in the world. Other new attractions at the park include the children’s nature playground and the Qualico Family Centre.

For more on what’s happening in Winnipeg and Manitoba, visit Tourism Winnipeg and Travel Manitoba.