The Hangar Flight Museum is located just south of the Calgary International Airport. Built in 1941, it was the drill hall for the #37 Secondary Flight Training School. The Museum features a wide variety of civilian and military aircraft spanning the entire century of Canadian flight. The Museum contains exhibits, uniforms, scale models, over 20 aircraft, and allows guests to experience the history of Western Canadian aviation up close.
Explore the Mavericks exhibit at the Glenbow to learn about the risky adventures of Alberta’s incorrigible founders. The museum, in the heart of downtown Calgary, features a series of world-renowned permanent and travelling exhibitions, informative hands-on activities, and the largest art collection in Western Canada.
Calaway Park invites you to experience endless family fun at Western Canada’s largest outdoor family amusement park! Calaway Park has 32 rides, 24 food locations, 23 games, live entertainment and a 3D theatre. Located 10 kilometers west of Calgary in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains you can appreciate the spectacular view from your favorite ride. Unlimited rides, shows, attractions and parking are included for one easy daily admission price. Calaway Park is your family playcation destination! Celebrating 35 years of family fun!
The Calgary Stampede is a spectacle not to be missed, with rodeo and chuckwagon racing events, an opening parade featuring hundreds of floats and dozens of marching bands, and an amazing agricultural exhibition.
Embark on a 22 day trip to the picturesque Canadian Rockies, experience the greatest outdoor show in earth, the Calgary Stampede. Top it all off with a 7 night luxury cruise through Alaska’s famed Inside Passage.
See the best of Western Canada on this flexible itinerary utilizing scheduled tours – ideal for independent travellers. Fly into Calgary, travel by coach to Banff and onto Jasper. Board the Rocky Mountaineer Rail to Vancouver. Cruise Alaska’s Inside Passage.
Mountain View Helicopters, will take you on a sky-high trip full of mountain vistas, city skylines and rolling prairie – whatever strikes you. Their four-seat R44 Raven II helicopter ensures everyone has a good view, so there's no jostling for a window seat. Offering charters and champagne and discovery flights.
Calgary’s walking tour experience. Discover what makes Calgary such an exciting place; history, architecture, river walks, public art, secret sculpture gardens, cool public spaces, restaurants, shopping and more! All tours start at Calgary City Hall
Explore a new adventure in the scenic Canadian Rockies. Accompanied by professional photographers, you will learn new photography skills while you capture your own breathtaking photos - creating memories for a lifetime.
Each year in May, more than 60,000 people flock to Arts Commons and Olympic Plaza for Calgary’s largest celebration of theatre for younger audiences. From the free outdoor stage performances, to a host of interactive activities and award-winning local and international theatre, Calgary International Children’s Festival has something for everyone!
The Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is a 12-day showcase of up to 200 multi-genre films from Canada and more than 40 other countries. The festival hosts gala events, screenings, award ceremonies and special presentations. We welcome a large number of local and international film-makers and connect them with the audience through post-screening question and answer periods, events, as well as panels and film talks that are open to the general public.
Catch a Calgary Flames game from October through to April to see your National Ice Hockey League favourites in action. When the Calgary Flames score a goal at the Scotiabank Saddledome the crowd goes wild and flames shoot up toward the ceiling.