1. Walk Downtown Winnipeg with 4 Unique Smartphone Audio Tours
Explore Downtown Winnipeg on 4 self-guided walking tours. Listen to hands-free audio and have the freedom to explore the city at your own pace. You do not have to complete all the tours in one day as the tours are yours to use any day or time you like. Live GPS map shows where you are and where to go next. As you get close, tour guide commentary will automatically play! Our Wealthy Winnipeg tour takes you to a once-exclusive section of Winnipeg's downtown. Starting at the old Hudson's Bay store, this tour takes you through part of the old neighborhood Broadway and Memorial area while exploring some of the interesting people and places from Winnipeg's history. Learn about the Manitoba Archives Building and the Winnipeg Jail. Hear about the Manitoba Legislative Building and see some memorials to the early settlers who were a huge part of Manitoba's beginnings. Get ready to learn about Winnipeg's exciting theatrical history on the Winnipeg in the Limelight Theatre Tour. It will take you through the old theatre district where in days gone by you could catch a Vaudeville show or the all new "talking pictures". Hear about and see some of the oldest theatres in North America that still exist today. Tour highlights include The Met, Winnipeg's Exchange District, Old Market Square, City Hall and the Burton Cummings Theatre. Winnipeg's Most Haunted walking tour begins at the Forks and goes through downtown Winnipeg to Pantages Playhouse. Learn about the area's many creepy locations that have been host to unexplainable and possibly supernatural occurrences!. Not only that, but you'll hear about a few locations outside the downtown area. We'll show you some of the spookiest buildings, theatres & churches Winnipeg has to offer! Some highlights of the tour include the Burton Cummings Theatre, the Masonic Temple, the Hamilton House, Vaughan Street Jail, and the Demon Hotel! Explore the many different locations that make up The Forks Walking Tour! You’ll experience the many turning points of history from the first indigenous people to meet here, to all the new features of today! We’ll end at the CN Stage and Field, where you’ll learn a few facts about the stage and surrounding area! Tour highlights include the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the Oodena Celebration Circle, the Forks Market, MTYP, and the Johnston Terminal!