Step back in time as you enter the gates of Fort Gibraltar! This reconstructed nineteenth-century fort, situated on the banks of the Red River, will take you back 200 years to the fur trade era. This unique venue combines the elegance of a historic setting with the modern comfort and features.Using our world travel planner, Winnipeg attractions like Fort Gibraltar can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
With over thirty years of experience in the production of special events, Gibraltar Dining Corporation offers complete entertainment packages. From food service to historical entertainment, we take care of everything! Our goal is to ensure that all guests and organizers simply arrive and enjoy a professional and unique cultural experience.
During the summer, Fort Gibraltar is also a historical site featuring colorful characters living to the beat of 1815. In February, the Fort is featured as the heart of the annual winter festivities of Festival du Voyageur. This award-winning celebration of winter, history and Franco-Manitoban culture features great entertainment, delicious food, snow sculptures and much more.
MEETING & BANQUET ROOMS
- 3 meeting rooms available (The Great Hall, The Partner’s Room and Maison Chaboillez)
- Accommodates up to 188 people for a stand-up reception, 120 for a sit-down dinner
- Catering services by Gibraltar Dining Corporation
- Available year-round
Fort Gibraltar reviews
Went here during 2020 Festival, and honestly, this was the most entertaining part of it. Yes the maple on a stick was nice, but this was way more interesting. Period actors, real pelts in the trading.... more »
We drove up last weekend for the Festival du Voyageur, located at Fort Gibraltar. I was a little hesitant to drive 7 plus hours from Minneapolis for an outdoor festival, but I'm really glad I went... more »
I go here every February for some reason. It's incredibly cold but I still go. But it's the est sugar shack in town. It has the only authentic sugar shack in town. Only 5 days in February though. They are also the best place for drinking fortified wine named after a wannabe moose out of an ice shot glass to boot. Well I'm not sure what else to say about the place. It's pretty gosh darn amazing though. But like I said, only like 5 days in February.
My husband come here annually for Festivaledu Voyageur. It's great! They stage a battle every year right in the Fort in full costume, including muskets!
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