In fact this IKEA location is the first one in Canada to have these “big tops”. Pretty cool IKEA Winnipeg!
When traveling along the well identified trails in the grand shopping area, there are hot area’s where mothers may be more inclined to spend more time. Area’s like the kitchen design or window coverings and fabric areas have been designed with children’s activity centers where children can draw or play with digital interactive programs. Great idea when you NEED time to plan, design or simply enjoy.
And of course as a child (or parent) one of the best parts about IKEA is the children’s area. Parents have the opportunity to shop without their children for 1 hour while they stay in the play area and have the time of their lives…although I’m pretty sure the moms will be having just as much fun themselves.
Yes the Winnipeg IKEA is a great place to shop and play. Mom’s will love this place for the great experience and of course the shopping. We all know that IKEA has a great product and shopping is fun. So all you Manitoba mom’s get our their and enjoy what IKEA has to offer.
- IKEA Winnipeg’s ballroom will hold 15,000 balls
- IKEA Winnipeg expects to sell 120,000 meatballs in the first week
DID YOU KNOW?
- IKEA Winnipeg will showcase 55 inspirational room settings
- Total customer journey: 1.3km
A FEW WAYS IKEA WINNIPEG MAKES A COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY:
- 40% more efficient than the last wave of stores built in the early 2000s
- Building insulation that has been optimized for the Winnipeg Climate
Find out more at IKEA.CA
Don’t leave without a bag of GODIS CHOKLADKROKANT (milk chocolate with butterscotch pieces), you can thank me later 😉
So tell me, do YOU plan to visit IKEA Winnipeg?
Thanks to IKEA for inviting me to attend the IKEA Winnipeg Media event. The Fun Fact’s, Did you know, and commitment to sustainability stats in this post are all from the IKEA Winnipeg Media information I received.