The Journey to Churchill exhibit is worth it alone but don't forget the big cats. We also enjoy the Park Cafe especially on a sunny winter day. The pond reno turned out great. The English Garden is always a treat & the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden is a cool spot on a hot summer day. While you're at the park,... 更多
It's a park but it's more than just that. It's one of the few places you can feel comfortable talking your shoes off and running around without worry. Check out the website as their are always events going on most of which are free.
We were a little disappointed by the park and zoo in Winnipeg. It seemed a bit worn out. There were a lot of people there but you could tell it had been a hard winter. Things had not been freshened up yet. It was still interesting to see the animals, especially the polar bear exhibit. They have a very nice... 更多
This park holds many beautiful walking trails, flower and sculpture gardens, and picnic areas. You will often find great live entertainment or a place to play volleyball, soccer or frisbee. The duck pond is a beautiful spot for contemplation or just fun with the family. Children love taking a ride on the little train that circles the park and you... 更多
The Assiniboine Park is a world class Part and the Journey to Churchill, to visit the Polar Bears is just an awesome experience. This is a world class park and a destination to visit.
Always enjoy heading to the park to walk around with friends. There are different paths to take and enjoy stopping by the duck pond and gardens. Always seems very clean and lively.
One of the best places to spend any day in Winnipeg. This is a huge, beautiful park nestled in the Assiniboine Forest and a true gem for the city of Winnipeg. Spend the day at the Zoo, or just relax on one of the many well kept gorgeous lawns. Take in the wonderful Leo Mol Sculpture Garden. Go biking in... 更多
we went there on September, ya it was fun, we don't get enough time to watch everything.. we went at 3 pm and the zoo is closing by 5. please go bit more early and you will really enjoy it.
this park has so much to offer in the summer they have trolley rides and the children s play ground there is a restaurant and the duck pond they have an amazing flower garden and the zoo is there as well
I have been going to Assiniboine Park for well over 50 years. The grounds are kept in ammaculate condition with beautiful flower gardens all over. Since the completion of the Trip to Churchill exhibit the zoo has drawn tourists from across the country.
Lots of Open grass to walk, picnic, or throw a ball. Excellent nature walking trails. Duck pond with lots of birds and animals. Places to eat, flowers, ride bicycle, baseball diamonds and children activities
Haven't been to the Zoo for about 35 years since I lived in Winnipeg. Let me say it was a shock to find they now charge for admission, HOWEVER, after see-ing the exhibits, and those Fantastic Polar Bears, well they were worth every cent! And as far as the cost of going, The Zoo,I found out is now NOT under... 更多