Explore marine life at Sea Life Caverns – an underground aquarium that is home to more than 100 species of fish, sharks, sea turtles, penguins, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates – and at Sea Lions' Rock, home to four California sea lions that perform daily.
Climb aboard the Santa Maria, an exact replica of Christopher Columbus' flagship that was used on his first voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492. Look for it right in the middle of West Edmonton Mall.
This Edmonton museum and archives preserves and displays the history and culture of Canadians of Ukrainian heritage with colourful exhibits, historical artifacts, photographs and an extensive library of documents.
While staying at Ramada Hinton, take a step back in time as you stroll down our hallways and enjoy our local historical museum archived photographs. Each picture tells a story from Hinton's past, creating a more intriguing and enjoyable experience. Our hotel is conveniently located along the Yellowhead Highway directly enroute to Jasper, only 10 minutes to the Jasper National Park gates, making it easy to find. Once here, enjoy the welcoming atmosphere and warm customer service.
Welcome to the Nova Inn in Edson, Alberta where our comfort and service speak for itself. Our hotel is located in the heart of Alberta, only 85 km east of Hinton and 200 km west of Edmonton. En route to Jasper, we are conveniently located on the Trans-Canada Highway, in a town based on an industry of oil and gas, our hotel is perfectly situated within this thriving community. Whether enjoying the beautiful Alberta countryside, traveling to Jasper or British Columbia, or taking advantage of the robust commerce in the area, our hotel is a great destination.
Beautiful mountains, canyons and rivers await on the VIA Rail journey between Vancouver and Jasper. Search for wildlife in Jasper National Park and travel down the spectacular Icefields Parkway, enjoying stops at Columbia Icefield, Athabasca Falls and Crowfoot Glacier, before exploring the picturesque towns of Lake Louise and Banff.
Whether you are looking for a workout or just want to enjoy a leisurely ride, our top of the line Rocky Mountain bikes or MSR Snowshoes Tours allow you to explore over 480 km of trails throughout the river valley. Our very popular guided walking tours offer an informative and entertaining amble through nature. Guided tours run all year long. Enjoy our blooming spring buds, breathtaking lush summer greenery, colourful autumn foliage or our winter wonderland.
Come out and explore the region's best kept secret and many unique islands. Look for petrified wood, gold or driftwood along the unexplored rocky shoreline. Sit back, relax and watch the river from one of the beautiful sandy beaches, or stay on the boat and float through the heart of our province's capital city. Black Gold River Tours offers five fantastic options, a team building program and special requests for birthdays, anniversaries and film crews.
Get ready to hear the clicking sound of your guide’s counter, because you’ll be reeling fish in all day long! Get Hooked, Edmonton's premier outfitter for guided fishing trips, will take you on a guided river trip, journeying to great fishing holes that are rarely explored. Owner Keith Rae is Alberta's first certified Freshwater Angling Guide, and all Get Hooked guides are experienced and avid anglers, who look forward to helping you reel in a perfect catch. You’ll have one of the best fishing experiences of your life – whether you’re new to the sport or a seasoned pro.
Musical mavericks, dancing and great food under open skies are all part of the funky three-day Interstellar Rodeo summer festival. Bring a camping chair, spread a blanket on the grassy slopes or grab a covered seat in Hawrelak Park’s open-air Heritage Amphitheatre for a musical long weekend in late July.
Get thee to a festival that brings the works of the Bard into the realm for everyone from kids to scholars during the Freewill Shakespeare Festival.
The Edmonton Dragon Boat Festival promotes dragon-boat racing for fun, sport and recreation. Grab your spot in a boat or come cheer the participants on as they rip down the mighty North Saskatchewan River.