Breakout Entertainment is a live action escape game, and a whirlwind of suspense, cunning and teamwork. Locked in a room for only 45 minutes, will you be able to solve a series of puzzles, clues and riddles to escape the room before time runs out?
Take a step back in time. Come and see items such as toys, clothes, furniture, agricultural tools, and early coal mining artifacts. Reminisce over old school desks, wringer washers, and butter churns just like your grandparents used to use.
Monster Mini Golf is an exciting indoor monster themed glow in the dark 18 hole miniature golf course. Whether you're visiting for the first time or the hundredth you feel the excitement of playing mini golf among a scary but cool monster decor with custom and animated props. All locations are unique and custom designed. Our courses are challenging enough for adults to navigate yet very playable for children. In addition to mini golf each Monster Mini Golf has its own state of the art arcade game area, private event rooms, and some locations even have unusual gift shops!
Stay in the heart of Canada’s largest living museum. After a day of discovering Fort Edmonton Park, retire to your room and enjoy your stay at the Hotel Selkirk. Inspired by 1920’s architecture, Hotel Selkirk offers an authentic and immersive experience while providing you with all of the amenities of the modern day. All guestrooms include admission to Fort Edmonton Park, so you are able to explore Edmonton’s history all day long before returning to a room where a great meal and comfortable bed await.
The Yellowhead Inn has been a vital part of Edmonton's industry since its construction in 1972. Since then, it has played host to the men and women who have laboured to make this province and this city as great as they are today. Many have come for the convenience of its location and the allure of its affordable room rates, and many more have come back for the friends they have made with the exceptional staff and guests.
Matrix Hotel’s luxurious surroundings highlight the urban lifestyle of downtown Edmonton. All Matrix guestroom rates include a Executive Breakfast Buffet, Evening Wine Tasting, Wireless Internet Access, Business and Fitness Centre Access, Local and Calling Card Telephone Access.The hotel is conveniently situated within walking distance of light rail transit, the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, major corporate office towers, boutiques, restaurants, entertainment and Edmonton’s incredible river valley park system. Naturally inspired by elemental design, Matrix combines the sleek sophistication of custom-designed furnishings with the simplistic beauty of natural materials to produce an environment that is both elegant and serene. The Lobby features rich soft grey and black leather seating and dazzling two story stone fireplace with water feature. A dramatic floating staircase leads you from the Lobby to our Hospitality Suite also featuring a second cozy fireplace and outdoor glass terrace. Interesting artifacts punctuate warm hues of silver, pewter and platinum throughout the Hotel’s public spaces.
The “spirit” of Edmonton is alive and well in the region’s craft distillery scene. Before 2013, the Edmonton area never had a single distillery, and now it has three! Join Edmonton Brewery Tours as you are taken to these distilleries, each with their own unique origin story.
Rocky Mountain bike rates are very reasonable starting at $13/hr, $25/2hrs, or a $60 maximum for the day rental. All bike rentals are first come, first served and require a credit card security deposit and valid piece of government identification.
The Icefields Parkway between Jasper and Banff has been called the most spectacular highway in the world. Experience two national parks at the right pace from the seat of a bike. This basic package involves staying in hostels. Additional package options are available which include hotel upgrade and rental bikes.
We have a range of walking tours to get your taste buds sizzling. Explore Edmonton's must-eat local gems and discover everything you never knew you were missing. The perfect way to start a Sunday; brunch, and the best part is, you get to skip the line. But seriously, we'll visit downtown's favourite eateries, see the sights, and meet the locals who make the area tick. We welcome the young, the old, and the young at heart on this "eatventure." The tour is three hours and has a total walking distance of approximately 2 km.
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.
Chef Brad Smoliak invites you into his KITCHEN for an inside peek and taste of Alberta's food scene. KITCHEN is a one-of-a-kind culinary studio in downtown Edmonton where Chef Brad brings local ingredients to life at his parties cooking classes wine dinners & more.
The Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival continues to be North America’s largest and longest-running, unjuried and uncensored Fringe Theatre Festival, attracting artists and patrons from across Canada and around the world. The Festival continually features more than 1,200 local, national and international artists performing almost 2,000 shows over 11 days. Along with the Festival’s diverse theatre offerings, the Fringe features an abundance of outdoor fun and entertainment including music performances, buskers, food and arts and crafts vendors, beverage gardens, community programs and gatherings, and KidsFringe - a free, fun, mini-Fringe site for children and youth.
L'UniThéâtre presents a La Troupe du Jour production, Ma Irma by Haley McGee, translated by Marie-Claire Marcotte. Mission Bird is covered in blood, a young woman of relentless curiosity and endowed with a certain social inaptitude. In an attempt to better understand the circumstances of her mother Irma’s death, Mission Bird finds her way from the laundromat to a man’s apartment in which she meets a dog, a dog that could sit in its own fat, who is also named... Irma. This deeply moving comedy weaves together hilarity and despair while exploring the world of Mission Bird who is only looking to find human connection.
The Canadian Birkebeiner, Canada's largest classic cross-country ski event, takes place the second Saturday of every February. Grab a thermos of hot cocoa and come cheer on more than 2,000 cross-country skiers as they whip around the loppet at speeds over 20 km per hour (12.4 mi per hour).