91 Banff Ave, BanffBanff Park Museum National Historic Site is Western Canada’s oldest natural history museum. The rustic-elegant 1903 ‘railway pagoda style’ building
1 Birch Ave (next to Recreation Grounds), BanffIn a log ‘fortress’ beside the Bow River is Alberta’s oldest museum. Colourful life-size dioramas depict the traditional life and
Cascade Shops, 317 Banff Ave, BanffThe museum presents Banff’s ski heritage and Canada’s great skiers with displays depicting Swiss mountain guides, gear evolution, backcountry lodges,
311 Cave Ave, BanffThe place where three railway workers discovered thermal springs that led to the creation of Banff, Canada’s first national park,
Mezzanine 1, Fairmont Banff Springs, BanffEstablished 1888, the Fairmont Banff Springs, known as ‘the Castle’ or ‘the Springs’, is an icon of Banff and a
Glyde Hall, Banff Centre, 107 Tunnel Mountain Dr, BanffCanadian and international exhibitions explore contemporary art. See online for upcoming events. Admission by donation. Group tours can be arranged.
111 Bear St, BanffEncourages connection to Canadian Rockies art, culture and history through exhibits in four galleries as well as events, archives, library,