Dr. Frank Albo, author of the bestselling book, The Hermetic Code, conducts a tour of magic, mystery and architectural wonder. Meeting inside the Manitoba Legislative Building, he’ll help you unlock the mysteries of one of Canada’s most unique architectural landmark. Along the way, Dr Albo reveals a trail of occult clues concealed in the building’s architecture including: hidden hieroglyphic inscriptions, numerological codes, and Freemasonic symbols that have escaped historians and visitors for nearly a hundred years.
Length of Trip : 2 hours
$36 per person including taxes.
Best time to go : Tour takes place every Wednesday, May 22 to September 25. Contact to confirm beforehand.
Wheelchair friendly : Yes
Family friendly : Yes, although better for teens and up.
Where to eat :
The Gates on Roblin
The Velvet Glove
In Ferno’s Bistro
Deer + Almond
Carnaval Brazilian BBQ
Pine Ridge Hollow (Birds Hill Park)
Integrity Pizza (Riverton)
Benjamin’s Gourmet Foods (Selkirk)
Modern Taco Company
Official Site :
Frank Albo’s official website
Where to Stay : Consider the historic Fort Garry Hotel, one of Canada’s grand railway hotels, and independently owned.
Getting There :
Tour takes place at Manitoba Legislative Building, 450 Broadway Avenue. Head to the main entrance, where the group gathers around the security desk.
Note from Robin :
Space is limited and fills up so it’s worth booking ahead. Although the majority of the tour is indoors, you will be outdoors for the first 20 minutes so dress accordingly. Don’t be shy at the end of the tour. Stand in the centre of the Black Star and feel the power!