Welcome to the world’s largest indoor waterpark. With more than 17 unique waterslides – from long and fast to short and twisty, to looping and tube friendly – the inner child in you is sure to come out.
We’re a small local team dedicated to bringing you fun, interactive, and immersive live-action escape games in Edmonton, Alberta. We think everyone should have the chance to try a great escape room experience (and have a gosh darn great time playing), and we’d love for you to visit us for your next adventure. Escape rooms should be more than a room of locks and cryptic clues. We want you to have a fantastic adventure and experience an unfolding and immersive story as you explore the room for clues and solve challenging and unique puzzles. You should feel like a character in a novel or movie, with every twist and turn piquing your curiosity as you work your way to the exciting room finale! Most importantly, we’re also escape room players ourselves and we want to contribute to the escape room industry in our own little way. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Theatre Alberta is the provincial arts service organization for live theatre in Alberta. Visit our website for the most comprehensive information about live local theatre events happening anywhere in the province of Alberta. And we produce theatre conferences camps and workshops too! www.theatrealberta.com
We are proud to be the first to market Pedelec (ebike) tours in North America. A World Class Pedelec Bicycle Tour operated by Revolution Cycle in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. A pedelec (from pedal electric cycle) is a bicycle where the rider’s pedaling is assisted by a small electric motor; thus they are a type of low-powered e-bike. However, unlike some other types of e-bikes, pedelecs are classified as conventional bicycles in many countries by road authorities rather than as a type of electric moped. Pedelecs include an electronic controller which cuts power to the motor when the rider is not pedaling or when a certain speed (in Canada 32 km/h (20 MPH)) has been reached. Pedelecs are useful for people who ride in hilly areas or in strong headwinds. A pedelec can be any style of bicycle, but a pedelec city bike is very common.Our current activities include a 5 hour tour and a 2 hr tour available Monday through Saturday. We do special request Team building tours with more options coming all the time.
It doesn’t matter if you are a tourist, frequent visitor to Edmonton, or born and raised Edmontonian; no matter what your status, there are always unique and untold truths and stories that come from food. While you may be restaurant savvy and enjoy some of Alberta’s best food accredited to your own explorations and taste, there’s nothing quite like experiencing a day of multiple curated meals in different environments. Locals taking food tours in their own city often say, “I’ve lived in this city my whole life and walked away with more information than I’ve ever had before.”With almost 25 Edmonton restaurant partners we create a unique experience with every food tour.Edmonton’s vibrant food industry comes to life under the sun, so naturally patios are a mandatory part of every food tour. You might be able to taste a cheesemaker’s newest product, or see into the kitchen of a hot, up-and-coming restaurant or maybe take a tour of a keg room. Always something to learn and lots to eat and drink.
Backside Tours makes it easy to get out to the mountains. Choose a private bus for a group, drive yourself, or join an open bus trip. Included accommodations and lift tickets. Guarantee a rad, stress-free time. Custom tours for anyone during any season! You hop on one of their public weekend trips with your friends and they take care of everything. You want a private, custom experience for your group of 5+, and want assistance to make it happen. They are and want to be your one stop shop for all skiing and boarding in Alberta.
The Edmonton and District Historical Society presents the 22nd Annual Historic Festival and Doors Open, "Save the Date" from July 2 - 8, 2018.The History of Food in this province is one of diversity. We share our culture and heritage through food. Whether a simple dinner, a massive celebration or an afternoon tea, food brings us together to tell stories, share knowledge and build family traditions that carry on for generations. The 22nd Historic Festival and Doors Open celebrates food.Events throughout the week will include tours and gatherings that take place in communities, museums or historical sites but are not limited to these locations. Check out our website for more detailed information on all the exciting events happening this festival week.
The River Valley Food tour operated by Big Food Tours of Edmonton is a one of a kind experience featuring the best places to eat in Edmonton between the muttart conservatory and the William Hawrelak Park. They take you on the scenic route as you visit all the vibrant local eateries. It runs all summer long from May long weekend to Labour day weekend with a lunch time tour and a dinner tour. Featuring everything from the authentic taste of Alberta to the exciting izakaya Japanese street food scene, always lots to learn and tons to eat. It doesn’t matter if you are a tourist, frequent visitor to Edmonton, or born and raised Edmontonian; no matter what your status, there are always unique and untold truths and stories that come from food. While you may be restaurant savvy and enjoy some of Alberta’s best food accredited to your own explorations and taste, there’s nothing quite like experiencing a day of multiple curated meals in different environments. Locals taking food tours in their own city often say, “I’ve lived in this city my whole life and walked away with more information than I’ve ever had before.”
Colourful, educational and entertaining, Edmonton’s Pride Festival celebrates unity and diversity and is one of Western Canada’s largest LGBTQ festivals.