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Discover a green oasis in the heart of Winnipeg. This nine-acre (3.6 hectare) park, which encompasses open green spaces and tree-lined walkways, is a national treasure owned and operated by Parks Canada. Enlightening interpretive displays, inspiring...more
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The Forks has a lot to offer to/for all ages. My family and I have come to the forks for skating and hot chocolate..to just walking through the many venders...fruit, vegetables, wines, breads & cheeses, candy and mini donuts...and all the shops showing us a...More
This is a Gem in our city. We will often venture down to the Forks for a stroll, and a bite. The children's museum is also located here. Our grandson loves to play at the museum. Take the stairs or elevator up to the observation...More
Well directed historical area closeby Human Rights museum Great amenities. Walking trails down along river banks and you can pay to go short distance on passenger boat with guide. I chose to just walk to legislative buildings and explore the gardens. All very close to...More
We visited the Forks several times during a weekend trip to Winnipeg. Tried different vendors for sweet baked goods, snacks and beverages. What a great selection of shops with a variety of ethnic foods. We kept returning to try different items that looked appealing. The...More
The Forks in Winnipeg is a tourist's dream. Wonderful shops, great food, world class museums for young and old, great walking paths along the rivers, and an interesting history. This is a must see when visiting Winnipeg.
You can walk it or drive. There is a cost for parking at the Forks, although there are some parking spots that are free. We found one when we were there, but it was just lucky we got it. The museum will cost you, but it is... More
You can walk it or drive. There is a cost for parking at the Forks, although there are some parking spots that are free. We found one when we were there, but it was just lucky we got it. The museum will cost you, but it is worth it.
Also think about a pontoon ride on the river with a guide. We learned a lot about Winnipeg that we did not know. Forks is one of my favorite places. Check out the river walk.