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The Forks National Historic Site

401-25 Forks Market Rd, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4S8, Canada
+1 204-983-6757
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Nice Little Park with History

It's a typical city park, nothing spectacular as far as beauty but there are a lot of good... read more

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Nupester
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Jupiter, Florida, United States
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good place for variety of foods.

good place for the variety of foods. this place felt similar to Charlotte's downtown food place... read more

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Discover a green oasis in the heart of Winnipeg. This nine-acre (3.6 hectare) park, which encompasses open green spaces and tree-lined walkways, is a national treasure owned and operated by Parks Canada. Enlightening interpretive displays, inspiring sculptures, stone pictographs and ceremonial bronze gambling sticks embody the Site’s rich continuum of historical events that span over 6,000 years.
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401-25 Forks Market Rd, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4S8, Canada
Downtown Winnipeg
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+1 204-983-6757
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's a typical city park, nothing spectacular as far as beauty but there are a lot of good restaurants and shops. The history of it, as an ancient meeting ground for Native Americans, adds a little aura. The Human Rights Museum is on the grounds,...More

Thank Nupester
Reviewed yesterday

good place for the variety of foods. this place felt similar to Charlotte's downtown food place. nice parks around

Thank nrmet
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My running group meets here every Saturday morning for a group run followed by breakfast. It's always busy by the time we get back from our 7am departure. My wife and I come here some Friday evenings for dinner and it's even busier. I work...More

Thank Howard46Winnipeg
Reviewed 1 week ago

I thought after reviewing the web site it would be a historical site, did not see anything historic about it, just a lot of stores.

Thank Jeanette S
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Forks is one of the places we should go and never missed to visit most especially if we have visitors we are planning to tour around here in Winnipeg. I love the diversity in general, when it comes to food, shopping, and friendly people...More

Thank Indy062017
Reviewed 1 week ago

Came with my family and friends, it was a little cold outside but had a good time and the place is pretty neat. the market is very nice and has good food!

Thank Wheat W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great place to visit on a sunny or rainy day. Inside and outside shops and areas to walk around. Plenty of snacks and meals to eat of a variety of types of food. Lots of great atmophere. Fitting for children and adults.

Thank kristinnmacaulay
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

While here attending a conference we enjoyed The Forks and its vast array of ethnic foods, shopping and culture. Most food vendors were on the main floor with great shopping upstairs. Located on the water, its a must see when visiting Winnipeg.

Thank ShamysShores2
Reviewed 1 week ago

The walking path around the Forks is a beautiful way to spend a few hours while enjoying the scenery and history of the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers.

Thank Barbara A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Cultural site, must see.. beach combers and the inn at the forks were good dining experiences. Tons to see. Something for everyone: families, photography, nature lovers, craft beer lovers, shoppers and people watchers. Tips: bring tennis shoes in spring as walks along river can be...More

Thank StephanieWantstoski
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lesley k
I will be visiting the forks on Father's Day by boat and would like to know if there are specific docks for boat owners and are they marked or is there any specific signage. I don't want to park in a water taxi spot or be parked illegally.
15 June 2016|
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Response from David K | Reviewed this property |
I have noticed other boats at different times some with families,parked their for a couple of hours.I would check with travel Manitoba.
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Don M
what is the name of the shop that does crystal engraving and are there any reviews of it.
6 October 2015|
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sunfunMaple_ON
Hi, My husband and I are going to be in Winnipeg for Valentine's day weekend and are looking for some things to do. One of them is visiting the Canadian Mint. I've also read about The Forks. Do you know if there are skate rentals available. Any other suggestions? Thanks for your help. Denise
10 January 2015|
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Response from Len6f6 | Reviewed this property |
yes they have skate rentals lots of food vendors and some nice shopping in the area.skating is available on a man made surface pond and also on the Red River weather permitting. I highly recommend it.
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