Looking for a place to visit in Winnipeg during winter? We’ve listed down the top 5 places to visit and why.
1. Manitoba Legislative Building
(450 Broadway, Winnipeg)
Christmas Lights Across Canada is celebrated annually in the nation’s capital, provincial and territorial capitals. In Winnipeg, Manitoba, more than 3,200 lights will be brithening up the Legislative Building at 5:00 p.m. during a special ceremony on December 5. Visit and enjoy the lights throughout the holiday season for FREE!
2. Canadian Museum of Human Rights
(85 Israel Asper Way, Winnipeg)
The Museum’s Christmas Market is on December 1-4, 2016. More than 90 exhibitors will be in the majestic Grand Hall to showcase their delicious edibles and unique handmade creations. From breads to handcrafted jewellery, it is a great place to do your holiday shopping.
Admission is free! Come and shop on Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
3. Red River Exhibition Park
(3977 Portage Ave, Winnipeg)
The Canad Inns Winter Wonderland is Manitoba’s largest drive-thru light show. There are over one million lights in 26 different theme areas that provides a brilliant presentation. On weekends, if the weather permits, you can avail a complimentary sleigh ride.
The admission fee is per vehicle. Make sure to drive by anytime from December 2, 2016 to January 7, 2017 at 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
4. Manitoba Electrical Museum & Education Centre
(680 Harrow St., Winnipeg)
All That Glows: Then And Now is an annual exhibit of holiday lighting from November 14 to December 29, 2016. See how holiday lights, trees and decorations have changed from the 1880s to today for free!
5. Jollibee Fast Food Restaurant
(1406 Ellice Ave., Winnipeg)
And of course, when you’re feeling hungry, the best place to visit would be Jollibee!
It will be opening this December so make sure to have this to your go-to list this month. There may be a long queue but if your taste buds want a pinoy treat this holiday season, a Chickenjoy is definitely a must-have.
Don’t forget to take lots of pictures when you visit these places. Nothing better than photos to remember your December this year in Winnipeg.