I love a good trip to Winnipeg. Some argue that the pace is slow; that is what I admire about the city. I’ve compiled a list of things to do in the city, some of which I’ve done, some of which I’d like to do!
Where the Red River and the Assiniboine River meet, the Forks holds cultural, historical, and recreational significance and has developed into a vibrant gathering place with various attractions. It’s been a meeting place for thousands of years, originally used by Indigenous peoples for trade and socializing. Now, it’s a busy hub with diverse craft shops, boutiques, eateries, green spaces, space for festivals and cultural art. I truly enjoy going there every time I’m in Winnipeg!
As someone who values change and is a huge proponent of human rights, this was a big one on my list. As the first museum in the world solely dedicated to the exploration and promotion of human rights, the CMHR serves as both an educational and inspirational hub. It has the most amazing architecture.
Over 100 years old and the sixth largest gallery in Canada, the Winnipeg Art Gallery is definitely on my list of places to go see. It is home to the largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art anywhere in the world.
I came across a gorgeous spa by Nordik in Winnipeg. Picture my golden tan and soft curves illuminating beneath the white silk sheets as you lay just a few feet away from me, tempted and eager, as we indulge in a relaxing couples massage. The perfect combination of fun and intimacy. A prelude for what’s to come next.
I love exploring new neighourhoods and seeing all they have to offer! Taking a drive down their streets and passing by the houses, shops, boutiques and heritage buildings. The Exchange District downtown is specifically known for its heritage buildings, art, and cool restaurants. Wouldn’t that be fun? Or let’s go to Corydon, once called Little Italy, which now has lots of international food!
Lots of exciting things to do in the city, while also taking it at our own pace. Time for intimate conversation, smiles, giggles, and hand-holding. Let’s spend a day together.