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Alberta Aviation Museum

Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton

Our aviation history as The Gateway to the North comes alive with more than 30 aircraft on display, 40-plus display

Alberta Legislature Building

10820-98 Ave., Edmonton

This premier heritage building is a must-see for those interested in architecture, politics, and history. Completed in 1912, the building

Alley Kat Brewery

9929-60 Ave., Edmonton

Edmonton’s own brewery makes some of the most-oved craft beers in the province! Visit the brewery for a tour of

Art Gallery Of Alberta

2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton

Located in the heart of downtown Edmonton, the Art Gallery of Alberta is the province’s premier art museum. The AGA

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

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’s River Valley

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Roxy Theatre

Roxy Theatre, Edmonton

The historic Roxy Theatre, converted from the original movie house back in 1938,  is a 198 seat live performance venue

Royal Alberta Museum

9810-103a Ave., Edmonton

The Royal Alberta Museum is Western Canada’s largest museum, bringing you more than 82,000 square feet of exhibition space and

Shaw Conference Centre

Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton

Terraced on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, this architectural landmark hosts regional, national and international conventions, as well
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