The tour brings individuals to the structure of Broadway – Winnipeg. nearer
WINNIPEG – It’s a tour that brings you closer to the history of Winnipeg.
The Winnipeg Architecture Foundation held a walking tour along Broadway on Sunday.
The 90-minute tour focused on modernist architecture, particularly the post-1945 buildings along Broadway between Union Station and the Manitoba Legislative Building.
“Lots of people might not have strolled here,” said Susan Algie of the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation.
“If you are traveling by car, bus or bicycle, you might only look up to the first floor of a building. When we do the tour, we stop and look at all aspects of the building, tell them a little about the history, the architecture and make them think about their urban landscape. “