|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£297|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£301|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£465|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£241|
Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba in Canada and is renowned for its diverse natural landscape which includes expansive parks along its rivers and lakes. The region is also home to a number of interesting museums, galleries and historic local architecture.
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport is perhaps the best place to fly into Winnipeg holidays. When arriving by train there are a couple of Winnipeg routes to choose from such as the The Canadian from Toronto as well as Winnipeg to Churchill route. The primary station in Winnipeg is Union Station, at 123 Main St, which also includes a railway museum that is open during the summer months. Winnipeg is six hours behind GMT and has a continental climate with distinct seasons; the summers are reasonably warm, but as thunderstorms are common it might be better to visit in late spring or early fall.
The largest museum in Winnipeg is the Manitoba Museum; it provides a vivid portrayal of Monitoba's history, and includes a full-size replica of the Nonsuch ship. At the Winnipeg Art Gallery, explore the large collection of contemporary, decorative and photographic art. The Airforce Heritage Museum and Air Park is the largest of its kind in Canada, and the Western Canada Aviation Museum, housed within an original Trans-Canada Air Lines hanger, also displays various aircraft models.
Travellers can stroll through a number of parks during their Winnipeg holidays. The Assiniboine Park is a 378 acre park along the Assiniboine River which includes a zoo, conservatory and the Lyric Theatre. The Forks is a green space along the Red River where the Forks Market food court offers visitors to chance to taste unique flavours at the Taste of Sri Lanka and rotis (Indian bread) at Bindy's Caribbean Delights. The Kildonan Park includes the Rainbow Stage open-air theatre which showcases full-length musical productions.