Top 5 Learning Experiences in Manitoba
April 25, 2018
Learning experiences in the heart of Canada will stay with students for a lifetime.
- Assiniboine Park Zoo
The zoo’s Journey to Churchill exhibit is the most comprehensive northern species exhibit in the world. See polar bears, musk oxen, arctic fox, wolves and more. Learn about climate change and biodiversity with interpretive signage, along with interactive displays and why conservation is key at the International Polar Bear Conservation Centre.
- Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Prepare for a journey from darkness to light in this stunning building—and the only museum of its kind in the world dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Immersive and interactive exhibits are at the center of inspiring encounters that offer the tools to erase barriers and create meaningful, lasting change.
Located in northern Manitoba along the Hudson Bay coast, Churchill is known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World. Witness the majestic white bears in the wild. During summer, thousands of beluga whales can be seen, along with countless other northern species. Discover the culture of the north and the science behind the northern lights during a stay at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, a working research station.
- Wildlife adventures
Whether its bison that roam in Riding Mountain National Park or the hundreds of thousands of migrating birds that pass through key staging areas of Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre and FortWhyte Alive, Manitoba is a haven for wildlife lovers. Discover the province’s wild side, including moose, elk, bear, wolves, fish and owls throughout our parks and protected spaces.
- Manitoba Museum
Discover the natural and human history that has shaped Manitoba. Climb aboard the Nonsuch, a replica of the 1668 ketch that sailed into Hudson Bay and led to the founding of Hudson’s Bay Company. You can also step back into the Roaring ’20s, explore the ancient seas, test your engineering skills in the Science Gallery, and encounter the far-off galaxies in the Planetarium.
Courtesy of Travel Manitoba.
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