Bell MTS Place
While you’re in Winnipeg we highly recommend taking in a Jets game! You will get to experience our city’s heartbeat. Winnipegers live and breathe the Jets and the home games will show you why!
Home of the Winnipeg Jets! Tons of shopping and restaurants as well. This is in the heart of downtown.
Home to the NHL Winnipeg Jets and the Manitoba Moose, Concerts and events
Winnipeg Jets Large concerts Cirque du Soleil Just to name a few events that take place
“One of a kind in Canada. So much information ! Unique architecture. On site restaurant & gift shop. You need to plan to spend time . Amazing ! Regular special or new displays.”
“So much to see here. Lots of stores and restaurants. Great place to spend an afternoon with the family. You can also have a variety of kraft beers here. The children's museum is a lot of fun for the Little ones..There is also the Manitoba Theatre for Young People, and the famous Old Spaghetti Factory.”
“The Journey to Churchill and the Polar Bears are recent additions and the main attraction for good reason. On super hot and super cold days, you (we have) can literally sit under the bears as they play in the water for hours in the underwater tunnel. The rest of the Zoo shouldn’t take a backseat, though. Wolves, Tigers, Snow Leopards can regularly be seen. It’s spread out enough to give plenty of Spence for the animals but not too tough of a walk. As far as zoos go, I always think it’s worth a visit and we renew our memberships annually ”
“The WAG houses over 27,000 pieces in its collection including the world’s largest public collection of Inuit art. The galleries will be expanding soon with the Inuit Art Centre currently under construction. ”
“Located downtown and easily accessed by the two nearby transit routes. Inside this mall are all kinds of things, though I am especially a fan of the food court, and in particular the place that sells Punjabi food (this would be an excellent moment to remember its name). Either catch the 15 eastbound on Mountain Avenue just west of Salter (in front of Alexia's), or catch the southbound 38 on Salter just north of Mountain Avenue (in front of the Legion). Get off at Edmonton Street on Portage Avenue, and you're there (if you took the 38, you'll need to cross Portage Avenue once you get off the bus).”