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Heritage Park Historical Village

1900 Heritage Dr. S.W., Calgary

This living history museum features attractions and exhibits that span Western Canadian history from the 1860s to the 1950s. Interact

Inglewood Bird Sanctuary

Located on the Bow River at 2425 - 9 Ave SE, Calgary

Bow River, the bird sanctuary is a 32 hectare (79 acre) wildlife reserve offering more than two kilometres of level

Jubilee Auditorium Northern Alberta

Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton

Commissioned by the Alberta government in 1955 to celebrate the province’s 50th anniversary, this 2,700 seat auditorium is home to

Jurassic Forest

2-23210 Township Rd. 564, Gibbons

Walk among life-size, startlingly realistic dinosaurs in this 40-acre prehistoric park. Visitors can enjoy guided safaris, observe the dinosaurs in

Kayben Farms

314064 - 32 St E, Okotoks, Calgary

An agricultural discovery centre with a café and garden, a 10-acre adventure park, U-pick vegetables, black currants and pumpkins, and

Kinsmen Sports Centre

9100 Walterdale Hill, Edmonton

Located only minutes away from the downtown core in Edmonton’s scenic River Valley, this multi-purpose facility features world-class amenities including

Launchpad Trampoline Park

6142-50 St., Edmonton

Defy gravity at this cutting-edge trampoline park! Over 24,000 sq. ft. of custom-made trampolines adjoin the floors and walls, creating

McMahon Stadium

1817 Crowchild Tr NW, Calgary

Owned by the University of Calgary, McMahon Stadium hosts home games for Calgary’s football team, the Stampeders. For a complete

Muttart Conservatory

Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton

The four dramatic glass pyramids in Edmonton’s river valley house a spectacular display of flowers and vegetation. The Tropical Pyramid

National Music Centre

134 - 11 Ave SE, Calgary

One of the world’s greatest collections of keyboard, electronic instruments and other music artifacts. Open for tours Thu at 6

Northlands

7300-116 Ave., Edmonton

Now a not-for-profit space, Northlands brings together amazing events, agricultural awareness, and community enrichment. Their signature events include K-Days, Farmfair

Olympic Plaza

Downtown at the corner of Macleod Tr and 7 Ave S, Calgary

This downtown park was created for medal presentation ceremonies during the 1988 Olympic Winter Games. The plaza is the scene

Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farms

56311 Lily Lake Rd., Bon Accord

Located on a family farm in scenic Sturgeon County, this attraction offers good old-fashioned family fun with over 50 exciting

Prince’s Island Park

25 Prince's Island Park, Calgary

This lush, tranquil park is nestled on the Bow River and is a stone’s throw from Calgary’s busy downtown core.

Princess Theatre

10337 Whyte (82) Ave., Edmonton

Located on Whyte Avenue, this historic theatre features independent, local, Canadian and foreign films. Take in the unique and charming

Provincial Archives Of Alberta

Provincial Archives, Edmonton

Extensive collection of private and governmental records dating back to the late 1880s. Maps, more than two million images, motion

Rabbit Hill

25512 Township Rd. 510D, Edmonton

Located 20 mins Southwest of Edmonton, just off Hwy 19 between Nisku and Devon. This ski hill is located just

Ralph Klein Park

12350 - 84 St SE, Calgary

Named for the renowned former Alberta premier and Calgary mayor, the city’s newest park features man-made wetlands. This marshland preserve

Reynolds-Alberta Museum

6426-40 Ave., Wetaskiwin

This museum, located 30 minutes southeast of the Edmonton International Airport, hosts an outstanding collection of vintage vehicles, aircraft, tractors,
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