As the centerpiece of Assiniboine Park, the Pavilion Gallery Museum is one of the most iconic landmarks in Winnipeg, Canada. It was rebuilt in Early English style in 1930 by architect Northwood and Chivers. The Pavilion has a restaurant Terrace in the Park (formerly known as: Terrace 55), a gallery devoted to renowned Manitoba artists, and a permaent collection of Winnie the Pooh paintings, artifacts, and memorabilia. Winnie the Bear statue can be found in Nature Playground on the west side of the Pavilion. Behind the Pavilion is a large outdoor stage Lyric Theatre, opened in 1999, with the same architectural design as the Pavilion.
There is no charge for admission to the Pavilion Gallery Museum. Parking at Assiniboine Park is always FREE! Assiniboine Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. No admission fees for Assiniboine Park, the Assiniboine Park Conservatory, or the Pavilion Gallery Museum. ABSOLUTELY FREE ALL YEAR ROUND!
Historic Photos of Assiniboine Park Pavilion
A collection of historic pictures of Assiniboine Park Pavilion can be viewed at University of Manitoba Architecture/Fine Arts Library.