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Source: Tourism Winnipeg

Looking for some family fun in Winnipeg this week?

Take a guided tour at the Royal Canadian Mint to learn about the different generations of Canadian coins and see how they’re made. You can shop from the 2020 bestselling coin collection to keep for your own collection or to give as a gift.

Enjoy a hearty jump-off with your family at Flying Squirrel, the world’s largest indoor trampoline park. This fun space has loads of activities for adults and children of all ages, including toddlers.

Discover the rich history of Métis and French-Canadian culture in Manitoba at Le Musee de Saint-Boniface/St. Boniface Museum. Housed in the Grey Nuns’ Convent, Winnipeg’s oldest building, the museum offers the two-in-one experience of exploring a heritage site – and its architecture – while also learning about the history of Métis and Francophone communities in Manitoba.

Spend a fall weekend exploring the Corn Maze at Deer Meadow Farms. This year’s maze features a celebratory Manitoba 150 design on 10 acres of land, where you can walk it with your family and solve fun challenges as you go.

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