The Manitoba Legislature building is a great indoor space that is booked heavily for weddings because it’s free. They have a giant stair case, long narrow hall ways and a colourful sunlight in the ceiling that daylight spills through slightly.
The outside of it is popular with the fountain located on the south side of the building and nice green lawns with trees surrounding the building. There are a lot of opportunities here winter or summer and it’s never a bad idea booking here unless you’re looking for something really different since this location is very popular.
The only part you can book inside this location is the front indoor stair case and it might only be thirty minitue increments so being on time for your booking here is important. There’s usually another waiting right behind you during the busy season.
450 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1S4
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