Recent coverage of Winnipeg as a cultural hub comes just in time for the height of the city’s arts and culture season. With countless theatrical performances and musical productions filling our calendars this month, it’s safe to say that November really is the time to explore our capital city’s arts scene. The Winnipeg Culture Pass and Culture on Every Corner make it easy and affordable to tick many of Winnipeg’s cultural events off your list.
Winnipeg Culture Pass
The Winnipeg Culture Pass is a new way to get the most bang out of your buck when navigating Winnipeg’s cultural ecosystem. Simply purchase a pass booklet for $89 (up to $150 in value) and gain access to two performances and two exhibits at any participating venue.
“For people coming into Winnipeg for a visit, the Culture Pass provides an excellent mix of museums, galleries and performance options to add inspiration, excitement and entertainment to their Winnipeg experience,” said Trudy Schroeder, executive director of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
As a bonus, the pass is valid for discounts at several restaurants located in the city’s thriving theatre district. Start your day off with a visit to a museum or gallery, enjoy a delicious dinner in the historic Exchange District, then take in a show—all for a steal of a deal.
Culture on Every Corner
Culture on Every Corner offers e-deals to participating venues. All you have to do is sign up to receive monthly emails with listings of package deals to events and performances in Winnipeg’s art community.
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