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2013 -- Travel Manitoba eNewsletter
By the middle of September to the middle of October, thousands upon thousands of migrating birds and geese are making their way through Manitoba to their winter homes. And now is the perfect time to bid them bon voyage. Read more
Every fall, visitors from all around the world flock to Churchill -- one of the few human settlements in the world where polar bears can be observed in the wild. And prime bear viewing season is just around the corner. Read more
They may not be wildlife, but this September 15, you have the chance to get up close to the animals that live and work on Manitoba’s farms. Read more
As summer turns to fall in northern Manitoba, polar bears start moving to the coast of Hudson Bay as they prepare to head out for another winter on the sea ice. Read more
100 Masters: Only in Canada is well on its way to becoming the most popular exhibition in the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s 100-year history. In order to accommodate the crowds eager to see some of the finest art in the world, the WAG is holding it over until Monday, September 2. Read more
Parks Canada will celebrate a very special centennial on Sunday, August 18 at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site – the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Motor Country Club at the fort. Read more
It’s no surprise that with Manitoba’s agricultural roots that food takes top billing at several Manitoba festivals. Read more
These summer music festivals demonstrate the power music has to bring people together. Read more
There is no better way to spend a summer day than with a visit to the Assiniboine Park Zoo. Home to nearly 200 species and more than 2,000 furry, feathered and downright fabulous animals, the Zoo is a great place for exploration and family fun! Read more
Parks Canada’s exciting summer line-up gets even better starting in July, with special guided hikes in Churchill at Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site and Treaty One commemoration at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site. Read more
With the summer upon us it’s time to get out and enjoy Manitoba’s parks. Read more
Beautiful blooms abound in Manitoba’s gardens. Take a stroll and stop and smell the…alligators?!? Read more
Rembrandt. Renoir. Van Gogh. Monet. Matisse. Picasso. Warhol. For the first time, works by some of the greatest artists in history are all under one roof in the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Read more
Parks Canada has summer fun for families covered at The Forks National Historic Site! Read more
Don’t be surprised if your appetite for art increases this summer. Here are a few more ideas that will satisfy your artistic cravings. Read more
Summer is the time to pump up the volume. Festivals and fairs across the province feature tons of entertainment. Read more
While the curtains have closed on the mainstages for summer, the show goes on at these outdoor venues. Read more
Summer adventures are about discovery. Why not discover something new about Manitoba’s history at a Manitoba Signature Museum. From war heroes to prairie pioneers and Louis Riel to Icelandic settlers, find out how the people of Manitoba have shaped our proud heritage. Read more
Two of Manitoba’s favourite parks, Riding Mountain National Park and Whiteshell Provincial Park offer a wide range of camping options. Read more
Camping is available in some of Manitoba’s most interesting landscapes, including near the highest falls in Manitoba at Pisew Falls Provincial Park, next to the shifting sands of Spruce Woods Provincial Park as well as in Birds Hill Provincial Park, which is home to six different landscapes. Read more
One of the best parts of camping is spending those long sunny summer afternoons in the water. And where better to splash than in the massive Lake Winnipeg – along its south eastern shore at Grand Beach Provincial Park and right in the middle on the islands of Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park. Read more
Do you know where in Manitoba you can find the world’s largest curling rock? How about a smiling banana or the world’s largest sturgeon? Manitoba’s roadsides are dotted with over 80 monuments dedicated to the area’s culture, heritage and wildlife. Jump in the car and head out on the road to discover these attractions and the communities they represent.
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Head to Brandon to raise your “ag” awareness at the family-friendly Royal Manitoba Winter Fair. Strap on skis or a snowboard for a fun-filled snow adventure at Asessippi Ski Area & Resort. Go on an exciting northern getaway to Churchill for sled-dogging and northern lights viewing. Read more
How do birds know to fly south in the winter? Take your kids to learn about birds, bugs and other creatures at Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre and FortWhyte Alive. Or get a taste of an artist’s life at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Read moreRead more
Manitobans love a good party, especially in the winter. There is no shortage of reasons to zip up and party down. Read more
Whether it’s a race to first place in a fishing derby, snowmobile race or a freestyle snowboard competition, winter is no time to get off to a slow start. Read moreRead more
Instead of hibernating this January, why not get out and see what kind of adventures you can find in our wintery wonderland. Read more
Broaden your knowledge of what makes the people and places of Manitoba so diverse. Read moreRead more