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Bar U Ranch


South of Calgary off Hwy 22, this national historic site commemorates the local ranching industry with tours, demonstrations and special

Big Rock Brewery

5555 - 76 Ave SE, Calgary

Calgary’s largest local brewery is known for its Traditional Ale, Grasshöpper Wheat Ale, and Honey Brown Lager, and inventive seasonal beers.

BMO Centre

1410 Olympic Way SE, Calgary

Located in the Stampede Park, the BMO Centre is used as a venue for concerts and trade shows. For a

Bow Habitat Station

At Pearce Estate Park, 1440 - 17A St SE, Calgary

This engaging, family-friendly facility focuses on informing and educating visitors about Alberta’s fish and aquatic habitats. Located on the south

Butterfield Acres

254077 Rocky Ridge Rd NW, Calgary

This is a favourite spot for kids of all ages. Hands-on visits with farm animals, milking, wagon rides, pony rides,

Butterfield Acres

254077 Rocky Ridge Rd, Calgary

Visit this farm for an authentic farmhand experience. Visitors can pet and feed the animals, milk cows and hunt for

Calaway Park

245033 Range Road 33 , Calgary

Western Canada’s largest outdoor family amusement park has 33 rides including a new Timber Falls log ride, the thrill ride

Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre

197 - 1 St. S.W., Calgary

This is the largest stand-alone cultural centre in Canada at 70,000 sq. ft. Its great central dome is patterned after

Calgary Tower

101 - 9 Ave. S.W., Calgary

Visit the observation terrace of this 191 m tall iconic landmark with its glass floor for breathtaking views of Calgary

Calgary Zoo

210 St. George's Dr. N.E., Calgary

The Calgary Zoo is home to wild and woolly creatures from every corner of the earth. More than 1,000 creatures

Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame

169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W., Calgary

Located at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park, this museum showcases the stories and memorabilia of Canada’s sporting legends. The new Horses

Century Gardens

8 Ave and 8 St SW, Calgary

Small, pedestrian-friendly park nestled between high rises in downtown’s western edge. Home to “The Winner,” a sculpture by J. Seward

Cowboy Trail


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

Fish Creek Provincial Park


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

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

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

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
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