Tourism Winnipeg

2022 Travel Trade Planner

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Rave reviews keep coming in for Winnipeg If there is anything that the past couple years has taught us, it's that we love travel! Through lockdowns, border closures and restrictions, there is still an overwhelming desire to see some place new. Why not start with Winnipeg, after all, we are considered "one of the world's greatest places." That is quite the statement and believe me when I tell you that we didn't come up with it. Indeed, it was none other than TIME magazine, which released its third annual 'World's Greatest Places 2021' featuring Winnipeg – one of only two Canadian cities to make the list! The article celebrates the city's culture capital, pointing out how Winnipeg Art Gallery-Qaumajuq (which houses the world's largest collection of Inuit art) has added to an already robust arts scene that includes Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet, The Forks' wacky and wonderful Warming Huts competition and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra's New Music Festival. With world-class attractions, a rave-worthy culinary scene and an array of outdoor experiences, Winnipeg is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway. Visiting Churchill, Manitoba? Before you head north you can't miss our polar bears at Assiniboine Park Zoo and the Hudson's Bay Company Collection at Manitoba Museum. Student groups? Winnipeg is a safe destination teeming with edutainment offerings and immersive experiences such as the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Royal Canadian Mint and Parks Canada Historical Sites. This planner is brimming with itinerary ideas, group activities, virtual experiences, supplier profiles and maps. It's a collaborative effort on the part of hoteliers, attractions, restaurants, transportation companies, events and receptive operators—all of whom will work with you to create an unforgettable and customizable experience in our city. On behalf of Tourism Winnipeg, let me be your guide and help plan your next visit to Winnipeg. Warmest regards, Sarah Robinson Business Development Manager Tourism Winnipeg Suite 810, One Lombard Place Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3B 0X3 Tel: 204.954.1995 Cell: 204.894.4021 Toll Free: 1.855.734.2489 Email: Photo by Mike Peters ii 2022 Travel trade planner Winnipeg

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