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The Weather in Winnipeg
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under -18° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is January.
Get acquainted with the peaceful prairies at Winnipeg holiday lettings
Feel the breeze in a rustic farmhouse just outside of Winnipeg, or enjoy the friendly downtown atmosphere in a refurbished loft apartment that's within easy reach of the city's top attractions.
Canada or bust
Go to the Canadian Brewhouse when you're craving good, hearty, local pub food. Its selection of poutine, Canada’s national dish, is alone worth a visit; try the classic with mozzarella and gravy or be daring and try the buffalo chicken or cheeseburger varieties.
Capital Grill and Bar serves Canadian dishes as well, but in a more upscale environment. Start with the roasted sweet potato soup before giving the bison rib eye steak a go. Wash it all down with a locally brewed ale to complete your Winnipeg meal.
Money and values
Take a tour like no other at the Royal Canadian Mint, where you can learn about the process of created currency and view a parade of shiny and valuable coins in cases. The Winnipeg facility is the main location, and where every Canadian coin in circulation is produced.
An important stop to make would be at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. In addition to promoting human rights, it educates guests on these essential topics. Explore exhibits about Canadian history, women's movements, ethnic groups, and more.
Observing wildlife and people
Get in sync with Manitoba's natural side at FortWhyte Alive, a wildlife park where you can watch bison roam in their element, prairie dogs scurry along, and birds of prey such as hawks and owls. The park's wooden boardwalks are accessible year-round, and there’s sledding in winter!
There's a lot happening at The Forks, which combines a world of buzzing activities on its riverside grounds. See pieces of town history at the old port and rail bridge, and pick up a special souvenir or treat at the vibrant bazaar while listening to live bands.
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