Things to see and do - Winnipeg
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For more than a century, Winnipeg was the traditional first stop for immigrants to the West. Although challenged by Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton in recent years, it retains a huge commodity exchange (the most important in Canada), vast stock and railway yards, a manufacturing industry and headquarters of the Hudson’s Bay Company. Winnipeg is rich in cultural institutions—the Manitoba Theatre Centre, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Manitoba Opera Company and, most of all, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
Tourist attractions Winnipeg : Things to see and do
190 Rupert Av. (en face de l'Hôtel de ville) CDN - Winnipeg R3B 0N2
It also portrays the great natural regions of the province. The museum's newest attraction, the Science Gallery, features a talking computer and more than 100 interactive displays that introduce visitors to the laws of science. On entering, the visit..
300 Memorial Bd. CDN - Winnipeg R3C 1V1
Contains a beautiful art gallery. Shown in a constantly changing series of exhibits, the permanent collection is large and varied. The gallery is best known for its Inuit art, a selection of which is always exhibited, and for the Lord and Lady Gort C..
Broadway-and-Osborne-St.-North. - 450 Brodway CDN - Winnipeg R3C 0V8
This harmonious Neoclassical building stands in an attractive park, close to the residence of Manitoba's lieutenant-governor. Completed in 1920, the Tyndall stone building forms an "H" with a dome at its centre. Above the dome stands the Go..
333 Waterfront Drive CDN - Winnipeg MB R3B 0V1
Winnipeg Convention Centre is 2 km from this Winnipeg hotel. A fitness centre is provided for guest use. Free WiFi and a flat-screen cable TV are offered in all rooms. A refrigerator is included in each room at Mere Hotel. A hairdryer and a bathro..