(3 miles from the Fairmont Winnipeg – 10-minute drive)
One of Winnipeg’s busiest streets, Corydon Avenue offers something for everyone. From countless restaurants and bistros, to numerous shops and boutiques, Corydon is a mecca for those who wish to enjoy a stroll in a casual setting. Located in the heart of Winnipeg’s Italian community, Corydon offers a touch of the Mediterranean with a dash of Canadian multiculturalism. Nighttime on Corydon Avenue is equally enjoyable, with several outdoor cafes to suit your needs. With flowers, benches and inlaid brickwork, Corydon has a distinct character that sets it apart from other places in Winnipeg. For a map of the Corydon Avenue self-guided walking tour, see the ‘Welcome to Corydon Ave’ brochure (located in the Winnipeg brochure rack at the Explore Manitoba Centre.)
(Next to the hotel)Often refered to as "Little Chicago", the Exchange District is significant for its place in the early commodities trade, due to Manitoba's position as the central "gateway" through which commercial goods passed East to West. This unique area offers eclectic shopping and dining options as well as several high end and comfortable night clubs.
(3 miles from the Fairmont Winnipeg– 10-minute drive)Osborne Village comprises one of Winnipeg's most eclectic and unique neighbourhoods. Visitors will be surrounded by a bustling urban centre, with many sights, sounds and tastes to enjoy. Osborne Village offers a variety of fine restaurants, shops and boutiques and is a host to several venues for local music.
Experience Winnipeg's famous culture. Attend a performance of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Manitoba Opera, or a show at Manitoba Theatre Centre . Or take in a game at the MTS Centre where you can see the Manitoba Moose or a baseball game at the ballpark with our very own Winnipeg Goldeyes.