Winnipeg Architecture Foundation

Main Street Tour

Main Street was once a muddy track, where creaking Red River carts hauled furs and pemmican. It expanded in the early twentieth century with the construction of Winnipeg’s earliest hotels, theatres and banks, and saw a decline after the Second World War. Throughout its history, Main Street has remained an integral part of the evolving city.

Tour Stops

Continental Block

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554 Main Street

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580 Main Street

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584 Main Street

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596 – 598 Main Street

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600 Main Street

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662 Main Street

662 Main Street ↑

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678 Main Street ↑