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This Breathtaking Holiday Light Festival Will Illuminate Winnipeg Next Month

There are 26 different theme areas. 🎄
Canad Inns Winter Wonderland Is Back Next Month With Over 1.5 Million Twinkling Lights

This winter, you can drive down an enchanting 2.5-kilometre path at Canad Inns Winter Wonderland.

Manitoba's largest holiday drive-thru returns to Red River Exhibition Park, and it will be one week longer. 

The spectacular event will run from Saturday, November 21, 2020, to Saturday, January 2, 2021, between 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Instead of freezing outside, you can stay warm in your car and see over one and a half million twinkling lights.

There will be tons of festive-themed areas, like Winter Woods, Toyland, Sweet Treats and the romantic Tunnel Of Hearts.

You'll also be able to take a selfie with statues that appeared in a recent Hallmark movie and treat yourself to a delicious cup of hot chocolate.

Tickets will be $15 per vehicle in advance or $20 at the gate.

Are you ready to experience the magic of the holiday season? If so, why not make plans to go on a cute date night?

Canad Inns Winter Wonderland

Price: $15.00+ per car

When: Saturday, November 21, 2020, to Saturday, January 2, 2021

Address: Red River Exhibition Park, 3977 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, MB

Why You Need To Go: Before you go, make sure to pack your skates so you can glide across the rink.

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