MainStay Suites Winnipeg
670 King Edward Street
Winnipeg, MB R3H 0P2
Phone: (204) 594-0500
Fax: (204) 594-0501
670 King Edward Street , Winnipeg, MB, CA, R3H 0P2
- Phone: (204) 594-0500
- Fax: (204) 594-0501
The SilverCity Polo Park Cineplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website. They show all the latest releases straight from Hollywood and even host film festivals here.
Canad Inns Stadium run by Winnipeg Enterprises Corporation was formerly known as the Winnipeg Stadium and is home to the Blue Bombers. Apart from the games of the home team, it hosted the opening ceremony of the 1999 Pan-American Games. The Canadian Football League's Grey Cup was also held here in the years 1991 and 1998 and the stadium hosted the Grey Cup yet again in 2006.
Tijuana Yacht Club, or the TYC Event Centre, is fast climbing the popularity charts and is one of premier nightclubs and event spaces of Winnipeg. This cool and classy mix of a restaurant, a bar, a nightclub and an event venue, is one of the most preferred destination of clubbers across the city. It is nothing but 10,000 square feet (929 square meters) of fun and entertainment, that is buffed with solid acoustics, video and lighting technologies that are conducive for the stellar shows that it frequently hosts. Popular for local, cultural and even business events such as fundraisers, presentations and lots more, TYC Event Centre is quite the one-stop-shop for all your eventing needs.
Academy Lanes, a bowling alley located in Winnipeg, is a fun filled destination that presents a great opportunity for a fun day out. This is an ideal venue for friends, families and hosts a number of corporate events, birthday parties and social gatherings. Enjoy your bowling experience either in the open space or at the fun filled cosmic arcade with music, lights and funky smoke effects. You can also register for a bowling league of your choice. For other details and information, please check the website.
Rumor has it that this place is one of the best in the city when it comes to guffaws, giggles and ROTFL specials. With funny names such as Jerry Seinfield, Chris Rock, Sugar Sammy and Greg Proops being among the many who have all bared all on this stage, Rumor's guarantees a great night, every night. And for those with the unique ability to bite between punchlines, the club offers hearty meals of steak, sandwiches and platters finished off with ale and cocktails. For more information and show schedules, call ahead or check out their website.
Zoom around on your wheelies in the Wheelies! A Rolling Skating Center, Wheelies sports a spacious hardwood floor, ensuring that the skaters get a good grip thereby making the place a good learning ground for roller skating. Besides, this rink is a great place for a family outing for you can avail of the family discount, making your outing pocket friendly. Entry during the session hours is priced but the charges are nominal and include roller skates rental rates in it. However, ensure that you carry enough cash for they do not accept any cards. A number of sporting events are held regularly, along with roller skating competitions and fund raisers. If you are throwing a party or need a place for a private function you can rent the rink after the session hours and on holidays. The hardwood floor doubles up as a smart dancing floor with disco lights reflecting off the hardwood. Please check the website to know more about Wheelies.
Initially called Suburban Park, Assiniboine Park is a natural space that is ideal for family hangouts and gatherings. Open every day of the year, this is a park that charges no admission fee. The park is also home to some of Winnipeg's other attractions, which include the Assiniboine Park Zoo, the Assiniboine Park Pavilion and the Assiniboine Park Conservatory. Family outings here need not exclude your pets, for they are more than welcome.
The West End Cultural Centre is a cultural enterprise designed to take the arts to the common masses by giving local and international artistes a global platform. Thus, one sees an impressive line-up of music events and concerts all throughout the year. You will also be witness to a large number of cultural and artistic events including dance performances, literary sessions, readings and talks among other things. Famous for its fabulous array of music performances, the venue has seen performances by the likes of Loreena Mckenitt, Bill Richardson, Dust Rhinos and many other renowned artists and bands. The center also organizes workshops and free events exclusively for children. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times
Watching a show at the Ellice Theatre is not only to entertainment but is also a humble charity to the needy. For the theater is run as a non profit organization with the sole purpose to generate funds to help the transitional housing and other such community works. Over the years, the theater has been used as a venue for music releases, play and other live theatrical acts. Rental facilities for private functions and gatherings are available as well. Browse through the website for more details.
McPhillips Station Casino is one of the city's two world-class casinos. This grand building has been constructed and decorated in the style of a turn-of-the-century grand hotel. Visitors take a stroll through the recreated historic rail village. Games include most found at major casinos as well as video lottery terminals. There are lounges and stores to meet the needs of visitors. The Station is located about fifteen minutes from the Winnipeg International Airport.
The soda shop of yesteryear has been revived: at Pop Soda's Coffeehouse and Gallery, it has been transformed into a retro coffeeshop and restaurant dishing out affordable and tasty fusion food. Past the front of the venue lies the living room--a comfortable abode fitted with low tables, plush seats and a bandstand to host live concerts, poetry readings and performances! Pop Soda's also showcases artists in residents.
Named after a former President of the University of Winnipeg, the Duckworth Centre is a noted "multi-use athletic center" in Winnipeg. The center has a seating capacity of more than 2000 and boasts of having played host to maximum national and international sporting events in the city. Duckworth Centre has been a witness to multiple tennis as well as football matches apart from other sports. The place also doubles up as a seminar and a conference center that can be rented out for large meetings. For rental rates and more information, call ahead or check the website.