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December 16, 2021

Winnipeg Winter Bus Tour: Enter for Your Chance to Win!

Congratulations to our holiday contest winner, we hope you enjoy your festive tour! Thank you to all who entered, the contest is now closed. Happy holidays from Heritage Winnipeg! ☃️

Searching for something fun to do this holiday season? Look no further! Simply tell us which is your favourite heritage building in Winnipeg to be entered to win TWO tickets to SquarePeg Tours’ Winnipeg Winter Bus Tour on December 29th, 2021! Scroll down to fill out the form and enter before the contest closes on December 24th at 5:00pm!

Hosted by Doors Open Winnipeg People’s Choice Awards winners Kristen Treusch (Vaughan Street Jail) and Matthew Komus (Haunted History Tour), this trip through Winnipeg’s frosty past is sure to be fantastic! The tour starts inside Union Station (123 Main Street) at 7:00pm and ends at the corner of Main Street and Broadway at 9:30pm. Embark on an entertaining and festive journey through Winnipeg’s December history, heritage and holiday traditions. Activities include trivia, prizes, music, a scavenger hunt at Dalnavert Museum and more!

Proof of vaccination is required and masks must be worn while on the bus and inside Dalnavert Museum.

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