Tourist Attractions in Churchill, MB
There are 2 tourist attractions found in Churchill, MB. The major types of tourist attractions listed here are landmarks and museums. You may find a list of all categories of Churchill attractions on this page. Click on a category to find all attractions of Churchill of that type.Churchill is a town located in northern Manitoba most famous for the polar bears that make their way towards the shore during the autumn thus gaining the nickname as Polar Bear Capital of the World. The area was named after John Churchill who was then governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company during the late part of the 17th century. Ecotourism is huge in Churchill with visitors peaking during polar bear season around October and November. Aside from the polar bears, tourists also flock the area to see beluga whales in the Churchill River during the months of June and July. Churchill is also a popular destination for those who love bird watching and for those wanting to see the Northern Lights. Other places to see in town would include the Eskimo Museum, Parks Canada Visitor Center, Prince of Wales Fort, Churchill Northern Studies Center and the Miss Piggy Plane Wreck.
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