St. Boniface City Hall

St. Boniface City Hall / Tourist Information Centre / Tourisme Riel in Winter - City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

December 27, 2012: Previous St. Boniface City Hall; currently Tourisme Riel


The old St. Boniface City Hall, designed by the architect Victor W. Horwood in 1905, is one of the preserved historic buildings in St. Boniface on the east side of Red River. The building is currently operated as a tourist information centre Tourisme Riel at at 219 Provencher Blvd, St. Boniface. Other interesting historic buildings next to the city hall are: St. Boniface Fire Hall Number One (north), Festival du Voyageur Boutique (east), and Canada Post (south).

Creative Sequence Photography Idea: St. Boniface City Hall / Tourist Information Centre / Tourisme Riel in Winter - City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

December 27, 2012: Sequence photography at St. Boniface City Hall

St. Boniface Fire Hall Number One and City Hall / Tourist Information Centre / Tourisme Riel in Winter - City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

December 27, 2012: Directly behind St. Boniface City Hall is St. Boniface Fire Hall Number One.



St. Boniface Festival du Voyageur Boutique and City Hall / Tourist Information Centre / Tourisme Riel in Winter - City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

December 27, 2012: Festival du Voyageur Boutique is also right next to St. Boniface City Hall.

St. Boniface City Hall / Tourist Information Centre / Tourisme Riel in Winter - City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

December 27, 2012: A very well preserved building; not much changes, compared to the available old pictures.

Historic Photos of St. Boniface City Hall

A collection of historic pictures of St. Boniface City Hall can be viewed at University of Manitoba Architecture/Fine Arts Library.

Map & Driving Direction

Exact location of old St. Boniface City Hall is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map. Address: 219 Provencher Blvd, St. Boniface.

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