One of Winnipeg's most recognizable and beloved landmarks, the Pavilion has served as the heart of Assiniboine Park for over 100 years.

The building was constructed in 1908, one year before the Park officially opened, and was replaced with the current structure in 1930 following a fire. In 1998, the Pavilion began presenting free art exhibitions, primarily featuring work by renowned Manitoba artists Ivan Eyre, Walter J. Phillips, Leo Mol, and Clarence Tillenius.

In 2016, the Assiniboine Park Conservancy launched WAG@ThePark with the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), Canada's oldest civic art gallery and Manitoba's leading art museum. This exciting partnership bring art to the community like never before. Visitors enjoy free entry to WAG curated exhibitions, drawn largely from the Conservancy's collection, as well as from the WAG's vast holdings.

Current Exhibitions

IVAN EYRE GALLERY (3rd floor) • Supported by Duncan and Judith Jessiman
A Sense of Scale: The Art of Ivan Eyre, 1970 -  2000
This exhibition focuses on the artist’s increasingly complex and disorienting approach to communicating scale and rendering distance. More...

JOHN P. CRABB GALLERY (2nd floor) • Supported by Bryce and Nicki Douglas
W.J. Philips and his Contemporaries

A selection of paintings and woodcuts by the historical Manitoba artist W.J. Philips, along with select works by the artists he knew and worked alongside, celebrated and debated, including Alexander Musgrove, Alison Newton, Fritz Brandtner, and members of the Group of Seven. More...

THE COMMUNITY GALLERY (2nd floor) • Supported by Arlene Wilson

Through the Eyes of a Child 2019
March 23, 2019 - May 12, 2019
WAG Studio’s annual young artists show features works from over 180 students enrolled in sponsored and public art classes. Through the Eyes of A Child opens the weekend of spring break and is an event the whole family will enjoy. More...

THE POOH GALLERY (2nd floor)
Remembering the Real Winnie
Featuring objects from Lieutenant Harry Colebourn’s personal collection that present the story of a Canadian female black bear that inspired A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh. More ...

General inquiries about art in Assiniboine Park can be directed to
Inquiries from artists regarding exhibitions in the Community Gallery at The Pavilion can be directed to