Running in line with James Avenue in Winnipeg, the Steinkopf Gardens lies in the middle of the Manitoba Centennial Centre as a landscaped sunken garden, bordering the Centennial Concert Hall on the south and the Manitoba Museum on the north. It was named for Maitland Steinkopf, a former member of the provincial government who oversaw the development of the Centennial Centre.
Memorable Manitobans: Maitland Bernard Steinkopf (1912-1970)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Centennial Concert Hall (555 Main Street, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: The Manitoba Museum (190 Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Queen Elizabeth II Statue (Kennedy Street, Winnipeg)
This page was prepared by George Penner.
Page revised: 6 July 2021
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