Tourism Winnipeg launches new attractions pass

A new digital visitation pass is being launched by Tourism Winnipeg in an attempt to try and boost visitations to local attractions.

The Winnipeg Attractions Pass will group five of the city’s attractions into a more cost-effective bundle, meaning individuals and families won’t have to buy individual tickets to each attraction.

Attractions within the Winnipeg Attractions Pass include; the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, FortWhyte Alive, Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada, Royal Canadian Mint and The Manitoba Museum.

“We have world-class destinations and the Winnipeg Attractions Pass is an excellent way to discover or rediscover what we have to offer. We know that Winnipeggers love a good deal, so if you’re local and looking for adventure, this is an amazing way to see Winnipeg’s wonders. The pass also makes a great gift for the explorers in your life, or for when you’re introducing out-of-town guests to our premier attractions,” said Tyler Walsh, Director of Marketing at Economic Development Winnipeg.

The pass is also supported by Tourism Manitoba, which has also launched similar passes across the province, including the Manitoba Brew Pass and an Explore Churchill Pass.

According to Tourism Winnipeg, Winnipegers and tourists will have two purchasing options when it comes to getting the Winnipeg Attractions Pass; a one-day pass and a three-day pass.

Passholders will have 90 days to use their pass following a purchase, and the 24 or 72-hour clock will start after it gets scanned for the first time.

Passes can be purchased on the Tourism Winnipeg website.

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