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  • Mary-Margaret R R
    Houston, TX32 contributions
    This out-of-the-way Museum may look small and unassuming from the outside, but it houses so many well-done and interesting displays! There’s no way to see them all in just an hour. If you’re in Churchill or the surrounding area, this is a definite must-do.
    The gift shop in the corner was also a great spot for Christmas shopping. Enjoy!
    Written November 30, 2022
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  • hardmouse1013
    Markham, Canada66 contributions
    This is a important spot during my visiting. It's the middle place when you are hungry or need a can in private :)
    Written November 28, 2022
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  • hardmouse1013
    Markham, Canada66 contributions
    It's a comfy spot to stop by. Other than wild life or activities here is one of those typical tourists indoor activity.
    Written November 28, 2022
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  • Craig T
    Roseburg, OR382 contributions
    After two years of waiting through the COVID pandemic we finally made it to Churchill Manitoba to see polar bears. We were looking for a "dog sledding" activity and found Blue Sky Expeditions just before our trip in October 2022.

    Jennifer and Jerrald were good guides and very friendly. We hung out with them and went sledding during the afternoon of October 20, 2022. We got to spend time with the dogs and our guides. then in the evening we got to spend time seeing a slide show and hoping for a break in the weather to see the Aurora, but that part of the experience did not work out.

    Our guides picked us up from our Air BnB in Churchill and dropped us off for both visits.

    Very knowledgeable and friendly and the dogs were a good addition to the experience. Thier dogs are all "rescue" dogs, and each dog has an interesting story.

    Blue Sky is not your typical dog sledding experience and if you have a chance to book with them you will not be disappointed.

    These folks, and their dogs, will provide you with a good day, will share information that will help with your entire visit in Churchill and will give you some great memories.

    Highly recommended.
    Written October 29, 2022
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  • louguay67
    Winnipeg, Canada72 contributions
    One of the must-sees if you go to Churchill. The fort is steeped in history, but most Canadians are unaware of how it came about, and the role it played. There is a fantastic view of Hudson Bay from the parapet. and the walk from the welcoming centre to the fort is covered in local plants. Chances are good you will see belugas on the boat ride across the river from town to the point.
    Written September 25, 2022
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  • Susan A
    Jensen Beach, FL671 contributions
    Just a plane wreck, we drove by but did not get out to walk around it... Wasn't what we were there for.
    Written October 30, 2022
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  • steve
    17 contributions
    The park is very beautiful and wild. You need a guide to enter the park but it is well worth it. We went dog sledding in the park and it was fantastic!
    Written December 8, 2019
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  • TravelinSuz
    Chandler, AZ943 contributions
    We were here for the bears. As we were looking for things to do while waiting for a flight we drove along this road. Pretty scenic last fall and white out wonderland picture in winter. We saw a bear huddling in a snow bank, our first bear.
    Written April 22, 2020
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  • Michel Z
    1 contribution
    I spent 10 days with discover Churchill in November. This was one of my best photography trips. I have been a wildlife photographer for around 15 years and have been going on around 4 photography trips per year. This was one of my best trips. The team is knowledgeable nice safe and fun. I very highly recommend Discover Churchill.
    Written December 1, 2022
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  • Heidi W
    Sarasota, FL22 contributions
    This Jewelry store is in the Churchill airport. Th owner is extremely sweet and there are so many amazing designs to choose from. They are all handmade and are a treasure. The designs have bears, belugas, caribou and other Churchill wildlife. It's a hidden gem and don't miss out on it. Be sure to check it out when you are at the airport and bring home a bit of Churchill to wear!
    Written August 27, 2022
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  • Dave D
    Vancouver, Canada369 contributions
    This is easy to get to and you can get some great landscape shots of the fort across the river. There isn't much there but that's OK because the whole reason it existed was a defensive position for the fort. So it makes sense. Still worth the trip.
    Written October 13, 2020
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  • Ellen
    Jasper, Canada3 contributions
    I was lucky to share the Winnipeg to Churchill train voyage with a Frontier North tour led by Ian. I was able to enjoy many of Ian’s educational talks about the land, the animals and many personal stories from his experiences with Polar bears in Churchill. Anyone would be lucky to have Ian as their Frontier North guide!
    Written August 28, 2022
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  • OntarioCanuck1
    Georgetown, Canada3,924 contributions
    We did dog sledding with them as part of our Lazy Bear tour. It was GREAT, easy to do, dogs are happy, people very friendly. Definitely try it.
    Written November 11, 2022
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  • Eva L
    Cupertino, CA139 contributions
    We did the half day ( 4 hours) city tour of Churchill in November with North Star which I believe is the same as Sea North Tours since they have the same address.
    The tour was amazing, our local guide Jeremy whose family has been there for several generations. The first stop is the house built by his great grand parents. We also visited the polar jail, Miss piggy, shipwreck Ithaca ( from a distance), Churchill northern study center and the rocket facility. Jeremy knows a lot about Churchill and polar bears in general, both he and his dad had close encounters with polar bears. To top that off, we saw three polar bears while we were driving around. We stopped the van, Jeremy let us out and took pictures. The bear was as close as 50 ft from us, but Jeremy had his rifle with him. In case of emergency he can fire warning shot to scare off the polar bear. Fortunately nothing happens, the bear was just moving away slowly. The tour exceeded all my expectations by far! If you have half day to spend, this tour is highly recommended!
    Written November 16, 2021
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  • Kathie K
    2 contributions
    Cannot say enough good things about Great White Bear Tours. Our driver, Bill, was amazing. I wish everyone who travels onto the tundra could go with him. He spots not just polar bears and foxes, but snowy owls, which are almost impossible for the novice to notice. He has been driving for the tour for 20 years and really knows his stuff. He is safety conscious while at the same time offering an atmosphere that is fun, exciting, and even polished. His lunch and dinner service on the evening outing on the tundra are fabulous. This was one of my all-time top vacation experiences!
    Written November 16, 2022
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