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288 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg  Manitoba  R3C OB8  Canada
LAT: 49.893736 LONG: -97.1425
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Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown

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Explore from This Hotel's Location in Downtown Winnipeg

With its unbeatable location in the heart of the city, the Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown puts you just a short walk from the city's best attractions, including the Winnipeg Convention Centre, the vibrant Exchange District and the Manitoba Museum. Additional nearby highlights include the Historic Forks Market, the Royal Canadian Mint, Assiniboine Park and the Manitoba Theatre Centre. Sports fans appreciate easy access to Goldeyes baseball games at Shaw Park as well as Jets hockey games at MTS Centre. If you feel like exploring more of the area, take the hotel's free shuttle to locations in downtown Winnipeg, or use the city transit bus, which stops just outside the front entrance.

Concerts, Conventions and Entertainment

Cultural and Historic Attractions

Museums

Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Their aim is to build not only a national hub for human rights learning and discovery, but a new era of global human rights leadership.

Creating inspiring encounters with human rights, they will engage Canadians and their international visitors in an immersive, interactive experience that offers both the inspiration and tools to make a difference in the lives of others. They will welcome visitors as partners on a journey to erase barriers and create meaningful, lasting change.

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first national museum to be built in nearly half a century, and the first outside the National Capital Region.

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