Find something for all five of your senses in Old Strathcona. Whyte Ave, where we come to celebrate and experience the Good Things!
Located in the historic Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre, the museum focuses primarily on the history of service of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment and other Canadian Armed Forces units in Edmonton and Northern Alberta. Our collection spans from the late nineteenth century to the present. The museum public areas include two large galleries plus seven hallway display cabinets, all of which are open to the public admission free. Both galleries are equipped with continuous running historical video
DeBolt & District Pioneer Museum, incorporated in 1975, has grown from one small log building to tell the many stories of the Peace Country community. From the beautiful Bickell paleontology display, to First Nations items, early settlement and farming, homemaking, bee keeping, on to cattlemen with rodeo and sports history, each building has its own items of interest. The DeBolt & District Museum Society has also produced four local history books (Across the Smoky, DeBolt Country Club and Agricultural Society 60th Anniversary, Edson to Grande Prairie trail, and Bridges to the Past).
Trek through Johnston Canyon to a world of frozen waterfalls and pillars of blue ice. Learn about the formation of the canyon, pick out fossil corals in the rocks, and photograph the incredible pillars of ice as you walk through the canyon bottom and over suspended catwalks.
Medicine Hat has two new craft breweries! Try them both with this package: Two flights of beers and brewery tour at Hell's Basement Brewery and MH Brew Co. MH Brew Co. t-shirt and a Hell's Basement Brewery hat or t-shirt, and overnight stay with breakfast at your choice of hotel.
A knowledgeable guide will take you through Canada’s majestic Rocky Mountains including the Highwood Pass, Banff National Park, Lake Louise, Icefields Parkway, and the Canadian Badlands. Offer includes late model Harley Davidson motorcycle and helmet rental, hotels, and support vehicle with spare motorcycle.
Saddle up and escape deep into the Rocky Mountains. Guided trail rides from 2 to 8 hours. Do you want more? Call us and ask about our remote mountain camp where you will be taken into the backcountry and sleep amongst the wild.
Take a scenic ride aboard a 1920s-inspired trolley with the Dinosaur Valley Express, which offers customized tours and transportation for corporate groups, school groups, weddings, birthday and retirement parties, Drumheller golf getaways, and more! NEW for summer 2017 is the 10 X-perience, a three-hour excursion that takes visitors on an outdoor journey down to highway 10X, the road less travelled. Relax on the Dinosaur Valley Express and learn about the area's rich history. Shop at the quaint Sage Shoppe. Stroll or hike the badland's unique geography, and let flora & fauna become your inspiration in creating a customized keepsake from your visit to the Drumheller Valley. Includes pick up from area campgrounds, hotels, and the Worlds' Largest Dinosaur near downtown Drumheller.
Have you ever wanted to ride an adventure motorcycle through the beautiful Canadian Rockies and not take the tourist highways? Rocky Mountain Adventure Bike Touring Company specializes in guiding riders along the interesting and adventurous paths less travelled, in a unique, all-inclusive package.
Enjoy a frightfully delicious autumn-inspired meal in Heritage Park's Wainwright Hotel before embarking on a behind-the-scenes ghost tour like no other. Between each course, diners will be kept entertained with ghastly ghost stories told by Heritage Park's inspired guides. Only guests to Ghosts & Gourmet can step inside two of the Park's heritage homes (including the Prince House!) after dark to experience firsthand hauntings and spine-tingling stories. These premium tours are conducted by expert guides and are all based on personal encounters and eerie stories from staff and guests, both past and present. Is Heritage Park the most haunted place in Calgary? You’ll have to find out…if you dare. Tickets are $67.95+gst per person.
Blast off with astronomy experts from The Jasper Planetarium for an exclusive dining and stargazing experience atop the Jasper Skytram. Your SkyTram flight will take you nearly 1 km closer to the stars above, to the Skytram Upper Station, where you'll have the chance to look through the most powerful telescopes in the Canadian Rockies, under the darkest skies in the Rockies. Join a guided tour of the Solar System, learning about planets, galaxies, and constellations, and if you're lucky, you might even see a meteor or the Northern Lights! You'll also have a chance to attend a special talk on Canada's dark skies or a quick workshop about how to photograph objects in the night sky with your DSLR camera. Cost Includes return Skytram Flight, 2 Course Meal, and Star Gazing Experience.
In 2011, Jasper was designated as a Dark Sky Preserve by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, due to its limited light pollution that creates ideal conditions for dark sky viewing. The Jasper Dark Sky Festival began with the goal of celebrating and preserving this status. At 11,000 square kilometers, Jasper National Park is considered to be the world’s largest accessible Dark Sky Preserves.From October 13-22, 2017, Jasper's Dark Sky Festival invites astronomers at every level to gaze upon the wonder of one of the world's largest dark sky preserves. As daylight hours begin to recede, October is the ideal time to celebrate the skies with the annual Jasper Dark Sky Festival presented by Rocky Mountaineer, an ever-growing festival aimed at connecting all ages to our universe and beyond.Power Down. Look up.2017 Headliners:Brian Cox, Phil Plait, Bob McDonald, Natalie Panek, Rob Thacker, John Rennie and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Strings