Things To Do

If you want to relive your childhood this summer, you can bounce on a huge inflatable theme park now open in Manitoba!

The Big Bounce Park just opened in Winnipeg, with obstacles, slides and inflatables that you can spend the day jumping around on.

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There are tons of pictures of Vancouver and Toronto splashed across social media, but it turns out that there are some truly wonderful sights to see in some small towns across the country.

Travel + Leisure recently released a list of the 12 best small towns in Canada that "deliver on adventure, charm, and hospitality" and the Northern town of Churchill, Manitoba, earned itself a spot on the list.

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If you didn't already know, the world's largest snow maze is in Canada but it's getting even more massive this year, and Narcity spoke with the man behind it all to get the snowy details.

Clint Masse's family-owned and operated A Maze In Corn turns into a wonderland of snow every winter and it's getting a makeover right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Are you obsessed with Emily In Paris? If so, you need to visit Imagine Van Gogh in Winnipeg this month.

It will be happening until Monday, November 30, inside the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg.

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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. 

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Walk in a cheerful field of sunshine. Manitoba's A Maze In Corn is best known for having the world's largest snow maze, which even made an appearance in Hallmark's Amazing Winter Romance. But this summer, the farm has transformed into a floral paradise where you can explore a massive field of sunflowers.

Just 25 minutes south of Winnipeg, you can spend the day at A Maze In Corn in Saint Adolphe. This year, from Saturday, August 8 to Sunday, September 13, you join their incredible Sunflower Expo. 

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Harry Potter fans rejoice! It is time for you to relive the magic of Hogwarts in a brand new way. For all you wizards at heart, you won't want to miss this unforgettable event. Winnipeg is hosting a magical Harry Potter live concert this fall and we can't wait to go. 

Potterheads will want to snatch up tickets for the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert at the Centennial Concert Hall on Friday because they're already for sale.

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Self-isolation is no excuse to miss out on all your furry friends. Even though Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park Zoo is closed, they're still bringing you your favourite animals. You can watch polar bears live along with other adorable animals every week. 

Although their doors are closed to visitors, this zoo is far from shutting down and hibernating. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m., they're running educational live streams of certain animals in their exhibits.

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By now, many of us are tired of continually freezing every time we step outside. Sadly, the cold weather isn't going away anytime soon. If you want to make the most of it, we found the ultimate spot to pamper yourself and actually enjoy winter. There is a new secret pop-up sauna in Winnipeg that is the perfect way to chill out.

From now until the end of March, you will be able to visit the temporary site at 1 Forks Market Rd. It is the ultimate spot to unwind from all your stress and hang out with your friends.

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When it comes to classic winter activities, skating is one of the best especially when its outdoors and you're surrounded by beautiful lights. The Forks skating trail in Winnipeg is now open for the winter and you can skate across a rail bridge under twinkling lights. So put on that warm winter jacket, lace up your skates and head to the trail.

Right in the heart of downtown Winnipeg is a winter wonderland that you don't want to miss out on. The on-land skating trail at The Forks is officially open for the season.

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We couldn't be more excited for Winnipeg's massive indoor light festival. One of the best parts of the holiday season is seeing all the magical lights to get us into the festivities. Instead of freezing outside, you can stay cozy indoors at Winnipeg's Lights Of The North, which currently happens to be the city's only indoor light festival.

At this dazzling event, you can see more than half a million twinkling LED lights and gorgeous Christmas-themed 3D structures. You won't want to miss the festival this year, which is happening from December 5, 2019 to January 5, 2020. 

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Us Canadians are known around the world for hockey, but even those non-athletes among us love to ice skate. There's a magical river skating trail in Winnipeg that all Canadians should have on their bucket list. Each winter, Winnipeg's Red River Mutual river skating trail at The Forks fills up with skaters who take advantage of the frozen river. 

Canada has no shortage of incredible skating trails and it's not just limited to the Rideau Canal. What makes this river trail in Winnipeg so special is that it's an annual tradition right and it's right in the city.

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