Tourism Winnipeg Introduces a Digital Pass to Encourage Visitors

In recent times, Tourism Winnipeg launched a new digital pass. This pass is to enhance visits to local attractions while offering savings on admission. 

This new program will run throughout 2023 and beyond, highlighting some of the city’s top destinations.

Canadian Visa Expert reported that with the new program, visitors and locals could choose between a one-day pass or a three-day pass for admission to various museums in Canada. These museums include the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Royal Aviation Museum, Manitoba Museum, etc. 

For the one-day pass, children get to pay $21 while adults pay $37. On the other hand, children and adults will pay $29 and $52, respectively for the three-day pass.

Reason for the Winnipeg Attractions Pass

The Winnipeg Attractions Pass is a great way to discover and rediscover what the region offers. This is because Winnipeg has world-class destinations. Tyler Walsh, Director of Marketing at Economic Development Winnipeg, stated this.

This program is an exciting way for Winnipeggers to see Winnipeg’s wonders. Canadian Visa Expert added that it would serve as an excellent gift for people in the region and out-of-town visitors who want to see to the region’s premier attractions.

Walsh noted that the city’s Winnipeg Attractions Pass is one of a kind. As a result, the attraction partners were excited to partake in the initiative. 

The Brain behind the Unique and Exciting Program

Bandwango, a travel technology company, created a fantastic digital pass for Tourism Winnipeg. Travel Manitoba also supports the pass. The new program promises to deliver great savings to visitors and locals.