Health Sciences Centre and U of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus-History and Architecture Tour
5 July 2017 at 7:00 pm
U of M's Brodie Centre entrance, 727 McDermot at Emily Street.
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Join us for a free walking tour around the Health Sciences Centre (HSC) and the Bannatyne Campus of University of Manitoba. Led by Christian Cassidy (local researcher and writer) the tour will explore the rich history of this area as well as the architecture. The oldest building dates to 1904 and the newest is under construction. Many of Winnipeg's most prominent architects have contributed to the planning and design of both the HSC and the University of Manitoba's medical campus.
The tour route is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers. The HSC is easily reached by public transit and there is bicycle parking at the Brodie Centre.
Photo credit: Lisa Stinner Kun