A groups walks past a church as part of the Open Doors Brandon tour held each summer in Brandon, Manitoba

These tours are a great way to learn more about our city!

Self-Guided Tours

Brandon Residential Walking Tour

Brandon Residential Walking Tour

Discover the history and architecture of downtown Brandon's historic commercial buildings and homes with this self-guided walking tour. Guides are available for purchase at Riverbank Discovery Centre or Daly House Museum.

Murals Walking Tour, Brandon, Manitoba

Murals Walking Tour

Are you looking for a free outdoor activity that will get you moving? Experience the City of Brandon's self-guided murals walking tour!


Trail of the Buffalo Chase, Brandon, Manitoba

On the Trail of the Buffalo Chase

Grand Valley Provincial Park, Brandon  Map

Interpretive trail and lookout tower describing the great buffalo hunt and the methods that were used to hunt and use all parts of the animal.

Tripvia Tours, Brandon, Manitoba

Tripvia Tours

Turn your phone into your tour guide as you discover the historic prairie city. There are two tours: downtown west and a heritage homes tour.

The downtown west tour includes prominent points such as the Brandon Federal building, Daly House Museum, McKenzie building, LaPlont block and more! The heritage homes tour meanwhile includes a number of interesting stories of heritage homes and their inhabitants, as well as tidbits on the Brandon Armoury, Stanley Park, Brandon College & Clark Hall buildings and many more.


Guided Tours

Sunday Nature Walks, Assiniboine Food Forest, Brandon, Manitoba

Sunday Nature Walks

Near Crow's General Store  |  33 - 17th Street East, Brandon  Map
Phone: 204-728-6278

Join naturalist Dave Barnes every second Sunday as they explore the natural beauty of Brandon's east end nature trails! Dress for the weather, bring water, and come prepared to learn something fascinating about nature in our neck of the woods!
No admission fee. (Donations to Assiniboine Food Forest welcome.)

Meet at Crow's General Store. Walk begins at 2:00 pm.

When: Every second Sunday at 2 p.m. (weather permitting)