Winnipeg is known for its unique winter experiences, flourishing arts scene, and colourful festivals, as well as its green spaces and access to outdoor activities.
During winter, in the heart of the city, you can find one of the most, longest natural frozen skating trails. The skating trail takes you along the Red and Assiniboine Rivers spanning 8.5 kilometres in length.
Known as the “cultural cradle of Canada”, Winnipeg is home to many events including the Winnipeg Jazz Festival, Winnipeg Fringe Festival and Folklorama. Newer attractions include the world-class Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Over 30 years ago, a group of volunteers got together to plan a fun and educational day for kids. Fast forward almost 33 years and the Teddy Bears’ Picnic has grown from seven tents to over 50 that provide a fun and free educational experience for the whole family.