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Relax, unwind and rejuvenate at Winnipeg’s newest spa, Thermëa by Nordik Spa-Nature. Inspired by techniques found in Nordic countries, Thermëa is a spa set in nature that features Nordic baths and waterfalls, steam bath, Finnish sauna, and relaxation areas. Revitalize senses with a massage or a body treatment and a delicious and healthy meal at the on-site restaurant. Thermëa is located adjacent to the Crescent Drive Golf course, only 20 minutes from downtown Winnipeg
The brand new Mikinak-Keya tour at Canadian Museum for Human Rights is guided by the Museum’s Indigenous program interpreters and offers an exploration of rights and responsibilities from a First Nations perspective. It also reveals how the building’s symbolic architecture profoundly relates to the Seven Sacred Laws and the teachings of Grandmother Turtle.
The zoo’s Journey to Churchill exhibit is the most comprehensive polar bear exhibit in the world where guided programs allow groups to discover how seals, Arctic fox, musk ox, snowy owls and other northern mammals have adapted in their Arctic habitats. The comprehensive 10-acre exhibit also brings you nose-to-nose with polar bears in a four-season, five-sense educational experience like none other.
Go back to antiquity at the Winnipeg Art Gallery where, starting in April 2015, the priceless, monumental Olympus: The Greco-Roman Collections of Berlin will feature sculptures dating from the 5th century BC to the 2nd century AD. Winnipeg is one of only two North American cities to have the privilege of displaying these classical works which the WAG’s curatorial staff will describe in detail, revealing the mythology, artistry and historical setting surrounding these works.
Starting October 2015, National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorer an exhibit at The Manitoba Museum which chronicles the work of modern-day explorers, scientists, adventurers and photographers – along with the technologies they use – to bring the world’s most remote regions to a large audience. It will be an absolute must for anyone yearning for the wider world, both young and old alike.