Top 5 Things To Do in Winnipeg During Your Holiday Break

Still working on those holiday plans? Here are the top 5 things to do in Winnipeg during your holiday break! Enjoy! 

Ice Castles

Want to feel like you’re walking in a real life fairy tale? Well… Winnipeg is getting something SERIOUSLY cool this winter. Bring the entire family down to The Forks starting at the end of December/early January (weather dependent) to see the amazing Ice Castles! The Ice Castles are carved one icicle at a time with the walls roughly 10 feet thick… how cool is that?!

Cost: ~$16.95 per person

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Canad Inns Winter Wonderland

Head on down to the Red River Exhibition for some family fun at the Canad Inns Winter Wonderland… a true Winnipeg family tradition! Enjoy a festive 2.5 km drive through light show with many activities along the way! It’s a great way to spend quality time with your family this holiday season!

Open: Dec 1 – Jan 6 (6-10 pm)
NOTE: They will be CLOSED Christmas Day
Cost: $12-$15 per vehicle (up to 7 members)

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Skating @ The Forks

Experience a Winnipeg tradition and skate, walk, run, or sled your way along The Red River Mutual Trail. Don’t forget to check out the spectacular warming huts along the way! It truly is a unique experience and a great way to spend a winter day!

Cost: FREE (with your own skates)

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Winter Fun @ Harbourview

Dust off that old sled and toss on the ski pants for some family tobogganing fun! Harbourview is a Winnipeg winter hot spot! In winter and early spring there are groomed cross-country ski trails, toboggan runs, a manicured skating rink, skate rentals and snowshoeing as well as a warm place to lounge afterwards (weather dependent). P.S Tim Hortons is just down the road for you to warm up with some delicious hot cocoa afterwards!

Cost: FREE (with your own equipment)

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Adrenaline Adventures

This is the ultimate family activity – get everyone out, from kids to grandparents, and take on the specially groomed snow tubing hills all winter long! Tube rentals come as part of hour, day and night passes, while the facility features a rope tow and a fully licensed restaurant and bar.

Cost: $14.99 per person (day pass)

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