Interpretive Centres

Churchill Northern Studies Centre (Churchill)

The Churchill Northern Studies Centre is an independent, non-profit research and education facility, which serves as a base for researchers and offers a wide variety of quality educational programs to the general public.  The sub-arctic 'learning vacations' range seasonally from beluga whales, to polar bears, wildflowers, birding, northern lights, summer and winter ecology.  Tours of the Centre are available. 

Admission:
Admission charged.

Phone:
204-675-2307

Fax:
204-675-2139

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Parks Canada Visitor Reception Centre (Churchill)

Exhibits and information about local heritage and park sites in the area, including Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site, York Factory National Historic Site and Wapusk National Park of Canada.

Location:
Located at the Churchill Heritage Railway Station.

Admission:
Admission charge for interpretive programs and audio-visual programs.

Phone:
204-675-8863

Fax:
204-675-2026

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Tawipism (Thompson)

TAWIPISM or "Pathway to the Sun" is a new Aboriginal cultural tourism business that opened June 2014 in Thompson, Manitoba.  Located near the Burntwood River, Tawipism promotes Aboriginal culture and offers programming such as bead working, bannock making, snowshoe making, birch bark biting, star blanket making, dream catcher making to name only a few.  Workshops are available all year long. During the summer tipis are set up and programming takes place in a natural, welcoming environment.  The gathering place will depict the Cree, Dene and Metis cultures in the area with a focus of passing on knowledge and culture to the youth, promoting awareness of the Aboriginal culture to the general population and facilitating training to the homeless community. Products for sale can be viewed at www.tawipism.com.  

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