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Walk to downtown Winnipeg’s best attractions

Connected to the MTS Centre and just metres from popular attractions like the RBC Convention Centre and Burton Cummings Theatre, Radisson Winnipeg Downtown provides visitors with an ideal location for downtown adventures. You can set out for the historic Forks Market or the Exchange District to stroll, shop and dine. Later, explore the inspiring exhibits at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Winnipeg Art Gallery before heading to a Goldeyes baseball game or a Blue Bombers football game. For easy transportation, reserve a slot to ride our complimentary shuttle downtown or take advantage of the city transit bus, which stops just outside the hotel's front entrance.

Visit these local attractions:

  • MTS Centre (0.1 km)
    Get your tickets to events at this indoor sports arena and entertainment venue that is home to the Winnipeg Jets hockey team.
    Phone: +1 (204) 987-7825
  • Burton Cummings Theatre (0.2 km) 
    To see unforgettable shows by top performers, get your tickets and enjoy a night out at this stunning theatre.
    Phone: +1 (204) 956-5656
  • Exchange District (0.6 km)
    This National Historic Site is comprised of 20 city blocks and about 150 heritage buildings.
    Phone: +1 (204) 942-6716
  • RBC Convention Centre (0.8 km)
    Located in downtown Winnipeg, this stunning event centre is a popular venue for large meetings, tradeshows and conventions.
    Phone: +1 (204) 956-1720
  • John Hirsch Mainstage at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (0.9 km)
    With 250 performances annually, this theatre is popular place to see comedies, mysteries and concerts.
    Phone: +1 (204) 942-6537
  • Winnipeg Art Gallery (0.9 km)
    Visit Canada's oldest civic public art gallery for a chance to be inspired by the diverse works on display.
    Phone: +1 (204)786-6641
  • The Forks Market (1.4 km)
    This historic market offers a multitude of shops with speciality items and souvenirs, a food emporium, and artwork from local and Canadian artists.
    Phone: +1 (204) 927-6000
  • Canadian Museum for Human Rights (1.6 km)
    This national museum was the first to be solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights.
    Phone: +1 (204) 289-2000
  • Assiniboine Park (8.2 km)
    Throughout the year, this park serves as a gathering place for locals and tourists seeking recreation, relaxation and education.
    Phone: +1 204 927 6000
  • Investors Group Field (11.1 km)
    Enjoy a Blue Bombers football game or a concert under the stars at Investors Group Field.
    Phone: +1 204-784-2583

Concerts, Conventions and Entertainment

Cultural and Historic Attractions


For more information on local attractions and events, visit Travel Manitoba.