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Citadel Theatre

9828-101A Ave., Edmonton

Recognized as a leader in Canadian theatre, the Citadel produces a variety of plays, housing five performance spaces as well

City Hall

Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton

The architectural features of Edmonton’s City Hall include a glass pyramid peak and soaring friendship tower with a 40,000-pound, 23-bell

City Of Edmonton Archives

Prince of Wales Armouries, Edmonton

A public research facility housing government and private records documenting Edmonton’s history. Mon to Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm;

Cowboy Trail

Calgary

A 640 km (398 mile) stretch along Hwy 22 between Mayerthorpe to the north and Pincher Creek to the south,

Dinosaur Provincial Park

48 km (30 mi) northeast of Brooks, AB, Brooks

The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the largest badlands in Canada as well as the richest fossil site

Edmonton EXPO Centre

7515-118 Ave., Edmonton

The largest venue of its kind west of Toronto, at 522,000 sq. ft., the Edmonton EXPO Centre is a hub

Edmonton Riverboat

Rafter's Landing, Edmonton

Located in the heart of downtown, this unique attraction (formerly the Edmonton Queen riverboat) offers a relaxing setting in which

Edmonton Valley Zoo

13315 Buena Vista Rd., Edmonton

The Edmonton Valley Zoo is home to more than 350 exotic, endangered, and native animal species, including seals, fox, and

Edmonton’s River Valley

At the heart of Edmonton runs a ribbon of green that is 22 times the size of New York’s Central

Elk Island National Park

45 km East of Edmonton on Hwy 16, Fort Saskatchewan

Canada’s first federal wildlife sanctuary, established in 1906, is home to bison, elk, moose, deer, and more than 250 species

Fish Creek Provincial Park

Calgary

This is Canada’s largest urban park. At its heart is the restored, historic Bow Valley Ranch. In the converted ranch

Fort Calgary

750 - 9 Ave. S.E., Calgary

In 1875, the North West Mounted Police built Fort Calgary. Today, in its original strategic position where the Bow and

Fort Calgary and the Deane House

750 - 9 Ave SE, Calgary

In 1875, the North West Mounted Police built Fort Calgary. Today, in its original strategic position where the Bow and

Fort Edmonton Park

Fox Dr. & Whitemud Dr., Edmonton

This living history museum features costumed historical interpreters who interpret life as it was at the 1846 Hudson’s Bay fort

Fort Heritage Precinct

10006-100 Ave., Fort Saskatchewan

Discover Fort Saskatchewan’s rich North West Mounted Police and settlement history by touring the 1875 NWMP Fort and the eight

Francis Winspear Centre For Music

#4 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton

Accoustically superb with a design reminiscent of 19th-Century European Concert Halls, this world-class performance centre is home to the Edmonton

Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

Blairmore , Blairmore

In 1903, 82 million tons of limestone crashed down Turtle Mountain, obliterating part of the coal-mining town of Frank in

Garneau Theatre

8712-109 St., Edmonton

This circa-1941 one-screen movie house is now home to Metro Cinema, showcasing a variety of documentaries, independent new-release films, and

Hawrelak Park

Hawrelak Park, Edmonton

This park is one of the river valley’s most popular recreation areas with its man-made lake. Paddleboat rentals let park

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

On Hwy 785, off Hwy 2 north of Fort Macleod, Calgary

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved buffalo jumps in the world. The
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