We love free stuff in Manitoba. Like, really love it. Being thrifty is our thing. We’re good at it. So much so that we have plenty of free events and attractions to show for it. So put your wallet away, for here’s a nice big list of stuff you can do when you need a budget-friendly day out. Because
Practically every town in Manitoba has a statue; Inwood is near the Narcisse snake dens and has a substantial population of garter snakes in its own right (there are dens all over the Interlake), so it gets a statue of two red-sided garter snakes ("Sam" and "Sara"), which was first erected in 1995. It's away from the main highway (Hwy 17) so is somewhat easy to miss, especially since you should be watching the road for snakes (damn it).
42 drive ins you must visit this summer that are NOT in Winnipeg
Summer is meant for adventure, and sometimes that adventure is as simple as heading out on the highway in search of some amazing drive in food. How many of these drive in (and drive-in-esque) establishments can you visit this year?
Calling all collectors and bargain hunters: Manitoba is a hot spot for antique shopping. Our beloved antique stores are crammed with pieces from yesteryear for the most curious of shoppers; designed to thrill those on the hunt for valuable antiques, as well as those just looking for a unique
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