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Festival du Voyageur 2020, Winnipeg, Canada
February 14 - February 23
The largest winter festival in Western Canada, the Festival du Voyageur, or “Festival of the Traveller” for the non-Francophones out there, is a celebration of all things wintry.
Held every February in St Boniface, Winnipeg’s French District, the festival draws around 95,000 travellers every year to enjoy the French-Canadian and Métis heritage and culture of Manitoba.
What to Expect?
Admire amazing snow sculptures created by artists from around the globe, go to live music gigs, and enjoy the excellent French-Canadian cuisine, while meeting some of the historical characters that frequent Fort Gibraltar.
The Festival of the Traveller combines traditions from the past with the vitality of today’s Manitoban community.
Organisers declare this to be an unmissable ‘kitchen party’.
Things to Do in Manitoba
From dog sledding to camping (all four seasons) and kayaking there is so much to enjoy in the outdoors in Manitoba. Whether you wish to see polar bears and beluga whales, hang out in a museum or watch a frog-jumping competition, there is so much to do in this amazing province. You can even see the Northern Lights. For more ideas on things to do in Manitoba, click here.
When is Festival du Voyageur 2020?
This year the festival will be held from 14 to 23 February, 2020.
Where is Festival du Voyageur?
The festival is in St Boniface, Winnipeg, the provincial capital of Manitoba, Canada.
Getting to Winnipeg
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport is the main airport. It has scheduled flights to/from across Canada and some parts of the US, as well as chartered flights to Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico and the Dominican Republic. More details can be found here.
Accommodation in Winnipeg
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