Edmonton and Lake Louise are the hot spots for these two cool events
Edmonton is a young city that loves any excuse to go out on the town, even in a snowstorm. And there's prime shopping, too. West Edmonton Mall is literally the size of a city and the Old Strathcona farmers market is famous for a reason.
ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) is a Cree word meaning “I am of the Earth”. The art park is situated on ancestral lands of the Indigenous peoples whose descendants entered into Treaty with the British Crown resulting in the territory opening for settlement. River Lot 11 acknowledges the historic river lot originally home to Métis landowner Joseph McDonald. The park is located within Queen Elizabeth Park in Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River Valley.
Located southwest of Commonwealth Stadium and Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre, Clarke Stadium is the original home of the Edmonton Eskimos. This facility is home to numerous professional and amateur sport clubs and is also used to host concerts. Clarke Stadium is home to FC Edmonton of the NASL, the Canadian Junior Football League’s Edmonton Huskies and Edmonton Wildcats, and the MacEwan University Griffins soccer teams.
Racing at 70 kilometres per hour while sitting just two inches off the ground is not only adrenaline pumping, it’s safe and it’s fun. at Fast Track Indoor Karting. The 70,000 square foot indoor karting facility features two separate tracks with a large spectator viewing area, high speed straightaways and fast technical corners, a wide racing surface for passing, a state-of-the-art timing system, and a high impact safety barrier system. All karts are 100% electric, so there are no harmful fumes. Enjoy a few laps with your friends or family and satisfy your need for speed.
A fun day of exploring Edmonton is at your fingertips at our Days Inn Edmonton South hotel. Centrally located just south of downtown, our non-smoking Edmonton hotel near the University of Alberta offers easy access to local airports and bustling nightlife on Whyte Avenue. Get your morning started with free Daybreak breakfast and plan your busy day with free high-speed Internet access. Take advantage of conveniences like refrigerators, microwaves and laundry facilities to make the most of your trip. Stay active with a workout in our exercise room.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Edmonton South Conference Centre welcomes you to the vibrant city of Edmonton!Located minutes away from an array of shopping, nightlife and entertainment options, the hotel is a fine choice for all types of travel to the area. Settle into spacious, well-appointed accommodations and enjoy perks like complimentary Wi-Fi, plush luxury bedding and flat-screen TVs. Business travelers will be delighted to learn that the property offers a variety of boardroom and event spaces, plus the area's most comprehensive conference facilities. Dine at 4404 Restaurant to experience fresh Canadian cuisine and a renowned Sunday brunch buffet, or wind down after a busy day with a scotch at Aurora Lounge.Whether it's for work or for play, Delta Hotels by Marriott Edmonton South Conference Centre looks forward to welcoming you.
A northeast Edmonton hotel, Eastglen Inn is ideally located to access the city and many of its major attractions. Whether in town to watch an Edmonton Oilers hockey game, an Edmonton Rush lacrosse game or the regular schedule of events at Northlands Park, Eastglen Inn offers easy access and suites with complimentary continental breakfast, free wireless high-speed Internet access, fridges, microwaves and much more.
From Edmonton, travel north, seeing the variety of natural environments Canada offers. Ranging from waterfalls, prairie grasslands to lakes and boreal forests. Includes 10 nights of accommodation (3.5–4 star), professional Tour Leader, transportation on deluxe motorcoach, roundtrip airport transfers in Edmonton, 16 meals: 10 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 5 dinners
Get the inside scoop on Edmonton's Old Strathcona neighbourhood with charming local guides while enjoying brunch, samples and stories. Use promo code Travel Alberta for 10% off.
Add a little hoppy, frothy goodness to your stay as you are taken on a journey through Edmonton’s thriving craft beer scene. Discover how passionate tap pullers and a thirst for good beer quickly evolved into a local liquid obsession. Open year round. Mention "TravelAlberta" to secure discount.
Add a little hoppy, frothy goodness to your stay. Alberta Craft Tours takes guests on a journey through the local thriving craft beer, spirits and cocktail scene. Discover how passionate tap pullers and a thirst for locally made drinks quickly evolved into a local liquid obsession. As we take you through a journey of Alberta's craft scene, you will sample a variety of custom drinks, each with their own unique, local story. Bottoms up!
Haskin Canoe offers rentals on the sandy shores of Astotin Lake in Elk Island National Park, plus paddling courses and multi-day tours on rivers and lakes around the province. At their Elk Island outpost, rent canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards by the hour. You may spot pelicans on the lake (or any of the other 250 bird species who fly through) and be on the lookout for beavers, too. Book a guided sunset paddle on Astotin Lake during summertime to watch the sun turn the whole park golden. Haskin is known for its large voyageur canoes—a key transportation method early in Canada’s history. Visit their website to book a guided canoe trip. In winter, it’s all about snowshoeing. Evening tours include making maple candy in the snow. Expect to see a bison or two on your drive into or out of the park.
If you are planning to visit Edmonton, go online and book a tour of City Hall. The free guided tours are offered to all ages by knowledgeable tour guides. During your tour of City Hall you will learn about municipal government, discover Edmonton's past, and marvel at City Hall's art and architecture. You may even have a chance to see City Council in action. All tours begin at the Citizen and New Arrival Information Centre in the main foyer of City Hall. Tours are approximately one hour in length. Free public tours take place every Friday in July and August from 1 to 2 p.m. These tours are drop-in only and there is no requirement to pre-book online.
Max works for one of Canada's most notorious criminal organizations; Peach is a street kid trying to make a buck. A chance encounter entangles their lives indefinitely.From one of Canada’s best emerging writers comes a thriller that forces audiences to ask: “What is Justice?”
Treat yourself to a feast for the senses at Opera Brunch, featuring a delectable brunch buffet and an intimate recital by the artists starring in each upcoming opera. Your Opera Brunch ticket includes a welcome mimosa, brunch buffet, dessert bar, and live entertainment by the cast of each upcoming opera.
Come celebrate St. Nicholas Day at ACUA! Bring your kids, and they will be read a special Christmas story and make a Christmas Angel craft they can take home to hang on the Christmas tree. All ages are welcome, parental supervision is required! Please contact the Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts for more information.