Humphry Inn & Suites Winnipeg

260 Main St, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 1A9, Canada
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Winnipeg in December

by italmelb

Hello All
I plan to visit Winnipeg next December as part of my round the world trip so I do have some questions which I hope you can answer

1)Is there any public transportation from the airport to downtown?
2)How is the weather in December usually? is there much snow? this year I heard the winter was not very good and it was much warmer than usual
3)Where can I go to get some amazing views and take some nice photos of winnipeg skyline?
4)What can i do while i am there? what can i visit? any winter activities available?
5) How is the crime lately in Winnipeg?

I hope you can answer all of my questions. thanks

Re: Winnipeg in December

by goodfish

Ditto for the responses to your NYC question. Spend some time with VT tips on the Winnipeg pages and make your list based on YOUR interests. Then come back with more specific questions - although someone should be able to give you the run-down on crime and transportation.

Re: Winnipeg in December

by GrumpyDiver

Having spent a fair bit of time in Winnipeg on business over the years, my first suggestion is that you look at going somewhere else if you are planning a December visit. It and Edmonton are the two Canadian cities that view for the "honour" of being the coldest major city in Canada. There will be snow on the ground (in the area of 30 cm, would be my guess) and it will be cold, windy and miserable in December. The corner of Portage and Main is reputately the coldest and windiest place in Canada, and having been there in the middle of February at night, I would agree with the claim.

Winnipeg is in the Prairies (very, very flat there), so just about anywhere on the edge of town will give you a view of the skyline.

Crime is a relative thing - the city did have the highest car theft rate in the country and there are parts of town I would avoid after dark, but I've never had any issues in the downtown core.

All that aside, June can be quite pleasant and the Forks (where the Assiniboine and Red Rivers meet) can be quite nice. There are parts of the city, just off the downtown area that seem to be frozen in time (architecture wise) in the 1930s (I was told that the downtown core just moved and the old buildings stayed in use), so that part of town is interesting to see. From a culture standpoint, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet is a well known group.

Re: Winnipeg in December

by GrumpyDiver

Buses from the airport - yes there is public transport downtown. That being said, Winnipeg is quite small and the airport is not far from downtown (7 km), so a taxi ride cost me about $17 Cdn last time I was there.

Re: Winnipeg in December

by italmelb

but I do like extreme cold and snow, that is the point of visiting :)
Last year in December I was in Edmonton and the year before in Yellowknife

Travel Tips for Winnipeg

Manitoba Tourism Information

by rdo911

Find out what's going on by making a stop at Explore Manitoba. Staffed by local folks who can help point you in the right direction for whatever you would like to do while in the city or the province.

My great friend Jill who also...

by lois_lane

My great friend Jill who also lives in Winnipeg (she's the beautiful blond). To see more of this Blond Goddess head to her VT page at jillworld. This is us at the Shark Club for New Years 2000/2001, there was a playboy bunny theme...

Packing List

by Willem_oa

Winnipeg Summers are VERY HOT
Winnipeg Winters are VERY COLD

Many people think that Winnipeg is under a five feet of snow year round, but it isn't. Don't bring a parka for the summer!

For the winter, get a parka, a tuque, gloves, a scarf, and boots. There can be large gusts of wind in Winnipeg, so the temperature can often seem lower than it is. (We call it a WINDCHILL)

Jed at Grand Beach

by Jillworld

This is my friend Jed. We are at Lake Winnipeg, only this time on Grand Beach. Grand Beach is one of North America's top freshwater beaches - the sand is soft and white, stretching for miles. It is a popular summer spot for young people, as well as for families. We managed to sneak Jed in, at a more remote end of the beach - normally dogs are not allowed.

Living my entire life in...

by AngelDivine

Living my entire life in Winnipeg, I have been to virtually every hotspot. If you are into a more wild atmosphere, the various CanadInns around Winnipeg offer dance clubs with different music themes nightly. BoogieNights is a bi-level bar that features a live band and high-energy. Drinks are mediocre unless you stick to bottled beer, of which selection is limited. BoogieNights features 80's music night, ladies' night, Hot 103 night (Winnipeg's 'hottest' radio station -- on these nights, DJs from the station hold contest and give prizes). Die Maschine is a club on Osborne that I frequented. This club has two levels, and the theme on each level is different everyday. Thursday nights was what I favoured -- the first floor had 80's night, and the second floor held Swing night -- and they also provided Swing dance lessons weekly! It was great for a night of swinging. Of course, the quality of drinks here as well as any dance club is mediocre. Being a little older now, and having exhausted the dance club scene, I now prefer quieter pubs and lounges. As mentioned, I love the authenticity of the British style pub, 'The Toad in the Hole', and their selection of English beers are broad. They also sometimes have live Celtic bands for patrons' entertainment. For great beers, I recommend the Toad in the Hole, The Kings Head (another British style pub with bands, billiards, and darts), and for shots and mixed drinks, I recommend my regular watering hole, Triple B's. This is a friendly neighbourhood bar in my neck of the woods (North Kildonan - not exactly an area highly trafficked by tourists) that has a welcoming atmosphere, friendly bartenders, and a good munchy menu.
BoogieNights -- two levels of pure adrenaline: attracts a young crowd (approx 18-22 yrs)
Die Maschine -- a bar of aquired taste: attracts a slightly older crowd (approx 18-27)
Toad in the Hole -- laid back, though not quiet: attracts young and older crowd (approx 18-40)
The King's Head -- rated the most authentic British pub in Winnipeg; quieter, relaxed atmosphere: attracts an older crowd (approx 20-50)
Triple B's -- 'where everybody knows your name': attracts all ages (approx 18+) No dress code is written in stone; you're asked to use your own discretion -- but specifically, places like BoogieNights and Die Maschine (commonly known as Meet Markets (or is it 'Meat' Markets?)), you'll find more scantily clad riske youngins. At the Toad in the Hole, purely due to its location in Osborne Village, you'll find people dressed in different alternative styles, like punk, goth, or skater clothing. The King's head is a little more conservative, and Triple B's is almost preppy.

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Address: 260 Main St, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 1A9, Canada