My friends, if you want to see more Winnipeg attractions for less, you have to get your hands on the Winnipeg Summer Pass.
Think of it like the ultimate Winnipeg-specific access card, one where you pay a flat fee to get access to 20 Winnipeg attractions, sports events, tours, museums and more. Altogether, you save up to 60 per cent while getting to experience some of the coolest things that Winnipeg’s hot summers have on offer.
Get in the action at Adrenaline Adventure (Adrenaline Adventure)
For you thrill-seekers you get passes to Vertical Adventures, where you can work on your rock-climbing prowess, and Adrenaline Adventures, where you can zipline and climb their ropes courses (included in the Pass) or check out their new paintball or beach volleyball set ups. You can also go tow wakeboarding for an additional fee.
You can put the pedal to the metal at both Thunder Rapids and Grand Prix Amusements, two of the coolest summer locations in the city where your kids can do everything like playing on bumper boats, go-karting, mini golfing, swinging away in batting cages and more so much more. Or, spend the whole day splashing around at Fun Mountain Waterslide Park, Manitoba’s largest waterpark.
The waterslides at Fun Mountain are always great on a summer day (Henry Quach/HQ Photography)
For you sporty folks you get passes to The Golf Dome — which is a great spot to take the kids to play a round of mini golf (or a virtual round with some beers) when it is raining outside; Coronation Bowling Centre, where you can play a game of five-pin; Heartland Archery, where your kids unleash their inner Katniss Everdeen with a day pass; Woodcock Cycle and White Pine Bicycle Co. where you can rent some sweet rides to explore the city; or you can take in a ball game at Shaw Park, where every seat in the house is a peach, for some Winnipeg Goldeyes action.
You also get passes to FortWhyte Alive and Oak Hammock Marsh, two of Manitoba’s most beautiful nature reserves where you can do fun stuff like paddle a voyageur canoe or hike and go birding while surrounded by the area’s animals. There’s also the option of renting your own canoe or kayak from Heartland Canoe Rentals (yes, there’s even a coupon for that!) so you can go explore our many rivers and lakes.
Taking a paddle in the Voyageur canoe at Oak Hammock Marsh (Oak Hammock Marsh)
There’s also no shortage of options for your inquisitive ones: you get a pass to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Dalnavert Museum, the Winnipeg Railway Museum, along with thematic tours from Squarepeg Tours, who bring Winnipeg’s rich history to life with some colourful characters.
And these are just some of the things you get when you buy the Winnipeg Summer Pass.
So what are you waiting for? Whether you are visiting this summer or you live in the city, you’ll want to get yours today to experience some of the best things this city has to offer all the way until September 30th.