Exterior of Qaumajuq at night, large glass windows at base of building and wave-like cement facade on top
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Arts et culture

A sacred site for Indigenous teaching and learning. A restored pioneer farmhouse. An exhibit that prompts you to imagine a better world. A fewtival that celebrates the an entire culture.

Stories and creativity on display

If you want a deep dive into Manitoba’s history, visit a museum – we have over 200 of them! Indigenous, and Francophone experiences are central to Manitoba’s story and resilient Manitobans are renowned for creating amazing art and dazzling, high quality performances. Discover who Manitobans really are when you experience our arts, culture and history.

Manitoba's arts & culture experiences are found throughout the province on Treaty 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Territory and in communities who are signatories to Treaties 6 and 10. Manitoba encompasses the original lands of the Anishinaabeg, Anish-Ininiwak, Dakota, Dene, Ininiwak and Nehethowuk and the homeland of the Métis.
An old cash register at the store at Pembina Threshermen's Museum

Top 10 Arts & Culture Experiences

Manitoba is Canada’s cultural cradle with world-class museums, performing arts groups and a tight-knit creative community - be it musicians, chefs or filmmakers - that call it home. During winter, plan a visit to one of these cultural cornerstones.

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Immerse yourself in Manitoba's history, culture and community and find events and exhibits tha you won't want to miss.

Plan Your Manitoba Arts & Culture Getaway

Once you've chosen your arts and culture destination, start planning the rest of your winter escape with accommodation options in the area!


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Galeries d'arts publiques


2nd Fl. 290 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3L 0K8

Lieux historiques

Asessippi Townsite

1/2 mile Southwest where PTH 83 crosses Shell River
Asessippi, MB .

Expériences autochtones

Bannock Point

Conservation et Climat
Whiteshell Provincial Park, MB .

Lieux historiques

Camp Hughes (PHS)

5 km/3 miles south of Hwy 1 on gravel road south of PR 351
Camp Hughes, MB .

Galeries d'arts publiques


2nd Floor, 125 Adelaide St.

Be Safe In Manitoba

To ensure the safety of visitors and residents in Manitoba, operators comply with all health regulations and have put a number of procedures in place.

Please note:

  • Get Vaccinated: Getting vaccinated is the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Manitoba. For more information on vaccination for Manitoba residents, click here.
  • Unvaccinated travellers must self-isolate upon arrival to Manitoba and will not be allowed access to many businesses and attractions. To enjoy the best of our province, be sure you are fully vaccinated at least 14 days before your trip to Manitoba.
  • Wear Your Mask: It it recommended guests wear masks in public spaces whenever possible and may be mandatory in certain businesses. Please adhere to any current masking recommendations and requirements.
  • All visitors should carry physical proof of Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccination on their person for the duration of their trip. Visitors should be prepared to provide proof of vaccination at restaurants, museums, events and more, depending on public health orders currently in force. If a visitor cannot provide proof of vaccination, they may be denied entry and/or participation.
  • Our tourism partners have implemented enhanced cleaning and safety procedures. Please refer to each individual business for a complete list of their COVID-19 policies.
  • For the latest on Manitoba COVID-19 restrictions, click here.