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Winnipeg is experiencing an unprecedented amount of change as more than $2 billion of investment in new infrastructure and attractions is underway. Bring your next meeting, convention or corporate event to experience the city’s exciting transformation.
True North Square
Completing Winnipeg’s SHED (Sports, Hospitality and Entertainment District) is True North Square. Situated beside Bell MTS Place, this $400 million mixed-use development will feature four towers, a massive public plaza, green space, shops, a restaurant, a boutique market, and Sutton Place Hotel — a 27-storey, 275- room luxury five-star property.Visit Website
Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is expanding with a $65 million Inuit Art Centre, which will open in 2020. This gallery will showcase the world’s most extensive public collection of contemporary Inuit art.Visit Website
Canada's Diversity Gardens
Set to open in 2021, Canada’s Diversity Gardens is a $75 million indoor/outdoor horticultural attraction. The Leaf, the Garden’s centerpiece, will feature four distinct climates across 6,000 square metres, offering stunning meeting and event spaces.Visit Website
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
This iconic architectural stunner is a venue like any other in the world. It is a remarkable spot to host a gala, dinner, or reception, as delegates will be moved and inspired by the transformative galleries that advance education about human rights.Visit Website
RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg
The RBC Convention Centre is located downtown, within walking distance of hotels, attractions, boutique shopping, and impeccable dining options. As the fourth largest convention centre in Canada with a total of 264,000 sq. ft., this dynamic space can host multiple conventions, large and small, simultaneously.Visit Website
Journey to Churchill at Assiniboine Park Zoo
Polar bears are in the city! Plot a course for the second largest urban park in North America (behind only Central Park), and head to Assiniboine Park’s dedicated northern species exhibit. Sip champagne as polar bears swim overhead at this one-of-a-kind venue.Visit Website