Winnipeg: the revived Exchange District; the Ukrainian Centre museum and art gallery; Western Canadian Aviation Museum (one of the country’s largest); the Living Prairie Museum.
Eastern Manitoba: Menonnite Heritage Village; Whiteshell Provincial Park with 200 lakes; Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park for canoeing; Lake Winnipeg; the Interlake region.
The North: Churchill, the polar bear capital, including the Eskimo Museum; Fort Prince of Wales; the Bird Cove; Boreal Gardens.
Western Manitoba: Portage Le Prairie farm centre; Spruce Woods Provincial Heritage Park.
Regina: Saskatchewan Science Centre; the First Nations Gallery at the Museum of Natural History; Regina Plains Museum; Antique Mall; Farmers’ Market.
East Saskatchewan: Moose Mountain Provincial Park; Crooked Lake; the Russian Doukhobour Heritage Village.
The South: Big Muddy Badlands, once used by stagecoach robbers and cattle rustlers; the flora and fauna of Grassland National Park; Wanuskewin Heritage Park; the history and culture of the Northern Plains Indian tribes.
The Northwest: the former fur-trading settlements around Prince Albert, which is the jumping-off point for the Prince Albert National Park lakeland wilderness areas for fishing and hiking; 50-odd canoeing routes at Lac La Ronge Provincial Park; Fort Battleford National Historic Park.
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