The Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum is dedicated to the appreciation, interpretation, demonstration and display of the cultures, traditions, and values of the First Nations of North America and their trading partners. The museum seeks to show how the people of this land lived and adapted to their surroundings and each other prior to contact with European culture, and how they continued to adapt after European influences. The Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum provides a link between the past and the present...demonstrating that aboriginal arts and culture is alive and flourishing today!
Open May 19 to October 1, 2017; 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holiday Monday's. Admission by donation. The Luxton Home tells the story of a Banff pioneer family - Norman, Georgina and their daughter Eleanor. The Home Museum features a glimpse of Banff over many decades and showcases collections of First Nations artifacts, paintings, china, furniture and more. The Luxton Garden is part of our heritage footprint with 120 year old lilac trees and a garden designed in the Arts and Craft Style ca. 1910. On weekends in July and August bring a coffee or picnic with the family and try a game of croquet on the lawn.
Showcasing the work of a diverse collection of nationally and internationally recognized Canadian artists, this Banff gallery has paintings, sculptures and a vast collection of Inuit art from Canada's arctic.
For those seeking a remote getaway from the norm, Sundance Lodge is the perfect retreat. Powered by solar power and kept warm by wood heat, this cozy lodge adds a touch of home to the backcountry. The lodge has 10 sleeping rooms, a large country kitchen, and a cozy living room area where you can curl up by the wood burning fireplace. And after a day spent hiking or skiing in the fresh mountain air, you’ll appreciate the hot showers!Mealtime is always an event. You’ll delight in hearty, home-cooked meals and fresh-from-the-oven baked goods.
Few hotels in the world rival the majesty, hospitality and grandeur of Fairmont Banff Springs. Styled after a Scottish Baronial Castle, Fairmont Banff Springs hotel, a National Historical Site, is located in the heart of Banff National Park; a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Charltons is considered one of the best hotels in Banff by many return guests. Our 57 room property matches an uncomplicated alpine lodge feel with excellent service and high quality accommodations. When you stay at Charltons you can feel the care and pride that comes from growing a business for 3 generations. Make Charltons your home base to explore the Rocky Mountains in summer or winter. Our unique layout offers a selection of spacious rooms, kitchenettes and loft rooms that are suited for your travel needs whether it be a family vacation or a second honeymoon.
Get the most out of your Rocky Mountain adventure with one of our exciting packages!
Explore the breathtaking scenery that Alberta has to offer. Featuring commentary from our driver/guides and key stops at Lake Louise, Mount Norquay, Town of Banff, and the Cave & Basin. Admission included to Banff National Park and Cave & Basin. Year round dates available. Includes transfers to/from Calgary.
Make the most of the long Summer evenings with weekly specialty themed cruises on beautiful Lake Minnewanka onboard the Banff Lake Cruise. Enjoy selected pairings of Canadian wine and cheeses during an engaging and interesting interpretive tour. Available Wednesdays and Saturdays in July & August.
You'll find some of the best year-round adventures in the world right here in the Canadian Rockies. Incredible summer hiking and walking, amazing winter ice walks, wildlife watching, and snowshoeing adventures. Take the time to experience them with your own exclusive guide. You choose the date, time, trip length and go at your own pace. Our expert guides and naturalists will make your outing the unique adventure you are looking for.
Wild Places: Wild Trout Rainbows and Browns on the lower Bow Browns on the upper Bow. Cutthroat Rainbows and Bulls on the smaller streams of southern Alberta. Based Banff we travel to the best rivers and streams of southern Alberta. So much water - so little time.
Take a guided tour of banff learn a little something of it's history while having a great time. Banff Rickshaw offers a number of different packages to suit all needs. Check out our website for more information on what we have to offer.
The Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival takes place each fall in Banff, Alberta. It is nine epic days of mountain stories that includes profound journeys, unexpected adventures, and ground-breaking expeditions told by authors, photographers, and filmmakers from around the globe.
Join Erin Chaba and James Boyce in this subtle hands-on speciality class takes you through a journey of the nervous system. Includes restorative yoga postures with Cranial Sacral Therapy and manual osteopathic techniques.This session promotes the body’s rest, repair & restore state and increases your innate ability for self-healing. Enjoy a mid Summer boost to help keep you active and healthy. Cost:$45/12ppl max.
The Juniper Bistro is excited to present culinary experiences that are sure to please your palette. Choose from a variety of cuisines prepared by our Culinary Director, Chef Chris Irving and many talented guest chefs from across Canada, each featured on select dates May to November. **Sept 29 - Grape Stomping Fall Harvest. Juniper in the Okanagan at Tinhorn Creek**October (date TBC) - Chef Series Presents; Chef's For Oceans with Ned Bell of Ocean Wise**November (date TBC) - Chef Series Presents; Mallard Cottage in the Rockies with Todd Perrin, Top Chef Canada All-Star.Call 1-866-551-2281 to book your ticket today!