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Canada's Festival City
Edmonton hosts more than 30 festivals throughout the year that celebrate music, visual arts, dance, performing arts, sports and film. Throughout the summer festivals..
The new Art Gallery of Alberta (open since January 31, 2010) is an 85,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility and a premiere presentation venue for international, Canadian and Aboriginal..
The Royal Alberta Museum takes visitors on a journey through time and space to explore the human and natural history of western Canada. Wild Alberta takes visitors on a journey across..
Canada's most northerly botanical garden, the Devonian Botanic Garden features 80 acres of display gardens and 110 additional acres of natural areas and ecological preserves. Visit the..
The historic hub of Edmonton, Old Strathcona dates back to 1891 when the Calgary and Edmonton Railway completed its tracks to the south side of the North Saskatchewan River. Today, this..
Much more than a mall, West Edmonton Mall boasts world-class attractions and is described as the greatest indoor show on earth. Spanning the equivalent of 48 city blocks, there are more..
Canada’s largest living history museum Fort Edmonton Park features more than 70 period buildings – from four different eras in time – on 58 acres of land. Experience life as if you..
Located in the heart of downtown Edmonton, the Shaw Conference Centre is Alberta's largest conference facility with 200,000 sq. ft. of usable function space, including the addition of Hall..
The Government Precinct is home to the Alberta Legislature building and grounds. The heart of Alberta's political life is located near the heart of our capital city. Built from 1907 to..
The impressive Chinatown Gate in Edmonton’s city centre at 102 Avenue and 97 Street welcomes visitors to the heart of the Chinese community. The gate was built as a symbol of friendship..
One of Edmonton’s greatest attractions, the North Saskatchewan River Valley park system provides a natural corridor for all-season recreation and relaxation.
The river valley is the..
Northern Bear Golf Club is a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, located near Sherwood Park, just 30 minutes from downtown Edmonton. The “Bear” is a perfect blend of tree-lined fairways..
Tigers, red panda and cotton top tamarins too! Many animal interpretive presentations with opportunities to learn and experience. Come to the Zoo to observe, to learn and to make friends as..
Situated at the very heart of the first French Quarter, the Saint-Joachim Catholic Parish was established in 1838 in Fort Edmonton. Four different buildings will carry the name..
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