“Winnipeg is one with the strength of many!” - Frank

Winnipeg is the capital of the province of Manitoba, with a bustling regional business environment and arts scene. Explore the historic neighborhoods during the day and take in your pick of cuisine and a vibrant nightlife once the sun goes down.

From downtown to the Exchange District, Winnipeg offers a diverse range of arts, culture, and entertainment, as well as unique museums and rich outdoor exploration. Enjoy ballet performances to live music venues, dance, theater, comedy clubs, galleries, and a myriad of arts festivals throughout the year - there is something for everyone in Winnipeg.


Airport Information

Jetlines operates from Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG) five days a week Monday to Friday. Serving Toronto Pearson International.


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Capital of Manitoba

Take in the cultural diversity of the region and eccentric art scene in Winnipeg with tickets to a show, a night at a dance club, or a cocktail at a speakeasy-style lounge. 

How To Get Around

Explore Winnipeg and the surrounding areas by car, taxi, or Uber.

When to Visit

When to Visit

The ideal time to visit is during the warmer months from May through September. The city hosts many events during the summer months.


Top Things To Do

Top Things To Do

Winnipeg Art Gallery-Qaumajuq    
In the heart of downtown, the Winnipeg Art Gallery is a modernist gem designed by Canadian architect, Gustavo da Roza. The institution displays nearly 24,000 masterworks, including an exclusive collection of Manitoban and Canadian art.

Assiniboine Park Zoo
The zoo features rare animals, like red pandas and snow leopards, along with over 200 other species.

Royal Canadian Mint 
One of Winnipeg’s most beautiful buildings, its reflective exterior is a sight to behold at sundown, glowing under the prairie sky. On the inside you’ll find guided tours where visitors can hold a gold bar and witness coins being produced for over 70 different countries. 

The Manitoba Museum 
Explore a collection of natural and human history exhibits, among many other artifacts. 

The Forks 
Set at the crossroads of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers, this historic area is where you will find the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, along with the Forks Market, an indoor market with specialty shops and vendors.

FortWhyte Alive Outdoor Adventure Center 
Enjoy fishing, canoeing, hiking, cycling, and more without departing city limits. 

The Exchange District 
Lined with shops and boutiques, along with the high-end shopping along Academy Road. 

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
A spectacular, family-friendly museum, featuring galleries and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, highlighting the understanding of human rights in Canada and the world. 

What to Know

What to Know

Languages: English and French 

Currency: Canadian Dollar 

Airports: Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG)

“Winnipeg is one with the strength of many!” - Frank 



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