The Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site is considered Canada's most complete historic coal mine. It offers visitors a range of interpretive tours on the surface, underground and up into the last wooden tipple in the country. It tells the amazing stories of the miners who came to seek their fortunes in the Drumheller Valley, in the heart of the Canadian Badlands.
Four original, authentically restored and furnished buildings are still located in the same places they were over a hundred years ago with historic interpreters ready to share stories that helped shape the province. The visitor center is open every summer with tours of the historic site which can be customized based on visitors times and interests. It is located next to Dunvegan Provincial campground. Open May 15th to labour day 10 am to 5pm Daily.
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
Get the most out of your Rocky Mountain adventure with an exciting package! Enjoy a scenic horseback ride, take in the sights from the Banff Gondola and relax in the famous Banff Upper Hot Springs.
Take a step back to 1937 and the first day of a coal miner in the Drumheller Valley. Discover the area’s culture first-hand at two historic sites...Rub shoulders with miners, wear work clothes and handle artefacts before unwinding with a Hungarian-style meal. June 2, June 23, August 25, September 29.
The Dark Sky Adventure Tour is for the adventurous traveler! Featuring a longer and more-physically-demanding night hike, the Adventure Tour guides participants away from the lights, and into the backcountry, where they will have access to a telescope, binoculars, and other stargazing equipment. Use promo code TA2018 for 10% off.
Got an Hour? Walk beautiful Banff in the company of a local guide. Do the Banff Walk for an authentic experience in the Rocky Mountain town of Banff, located inside Banff National Park. Fun, friendly, unforgettable! The Banff Walk is authentic, accessible and affordable. Let a local guide introduce you to the spectacular scenery and heritage of this unique place. They give a voice to this iconic destination. It’s a must-do Banff experience. This guided walk takes you on a beautiful route through the town of Banff, including photo hotspots for must-have images to take home. Discover awe-inspiring views, learn about Banff’s environment, arts and culture. Connect to nature and to Canada’s Rocky Mountain heritage … one step at a time. Scheduled Walking Tours in Banff include popular Legends and Landmarks Walk, Bow Valley Vista Walk, Rise & Shine Guided Fitness Walk and Spirits of the Past Historical Walk. All walks take place within the town of Banff.
Chinook Rafting offers the closest whitewater rafting to Calgary and Banff in the Canadian Rockies, with mountain views providing a stunning backdrop. There's rapids suitable for all levels from family-friendly rivers to big waves or roaring rapids depending on your experience and confidence. With over 30 years experience in excellence, they deliver exceptional levels of guest interaction and service with a team of highly-trained professionals committed to showing you a great time on the water. Chinook Rafting uses only top quality, modern equipment and their licenced, professional guides love sharing their knowledge, local stories, skills and enthusiasm to make your whitewater adventure one of life's greatest experiences. The whitewater rafting season runs from mid May to mid-Sept., with transport available from Banff.
Klein Tours is a boutique Transportation and tour guide service for individuals, couples, families and groups that offers products and services focused on traditional travels, excursions, soft adventure and special interest travels. Klein Tours has four years of experience in Calgary and the Rockies Mountains. Our goal is offering an excellent and personalized service to our clients and offers guides with Spanish, French and Portuguese languages. We offer tours to Calgary, Drumheller, Banff and Lake Louise, Athabasca Glacier, Jasper, Waterton, and also personalized tours to Heritage Park, to Zoo, Calgary Downtown walking tours and more!
Love a challenge? Well this is the event for you! Find a partner and get ready to compete in a variety of physical and mental activities in "The Ultimate Race". Compete against other teams by solving clues to reach your next challenge location and after the winner is declared join us for prizes, and drinks at our after party! HOW IT WORKS? Teams show up in their most creative costumes at the starting line to check in and then they receive their free backpacks and race bibs. Once all rules for the day have been covered by our amazing staff we hand out the first clue and then teams are off to their first location to compete in either a physical or mental challenge. This will continue throughout the day. Approximately halfway through the day teams will reach a check in point where there is a mandatory 30 minute break then teams will receive their lunch which is included in the registration fee. A volunteer will mark each arrival time so teams leave in the order they arrived, this way no-one looses their placement in the race. After lunch teams continue on with the race until they arrive at the after party venue where they compete in one final challenge. Once all teams have completed the race everyone will get the chance to mingle with the other teams while we award the top 3 teams and the best costume.
Tourism Camrose is proud to present Prairie Fun Days which will take place August 18 & 19, 2018. On Saturday they will have two buses touring Camrose County. Join in on the Agricultural tour and discover where your food comes from. Learn about grain farming, dairy farming and large machinery. Learn from producers that raise grass fed pork and beef. You will even have the chance to purchase fresh vegetables. The second tour bus on Saturday is a variety tour. Explore unique history at the Meeting Creek Railway, take a look inside St. Thomas Church and learn about what makes this little church unique. There will be several other stops along the way with something for everyone to enjoy. Sunday will include a variety of stops such as Irvings Farm, Glenview Greenhouse, Telegraph Park, and Miquelon Lake Provincial Park. Tickets are limited and will sell out fast.
We will be offering a unique Grain To Glass and Farm To Table experience for Alberta Open Farm Days August 18 & 19, 2018.Including 2 brewery tours with Origin Malting & Brewing and Tool Shed Brewing as well as a first hand chance to see how our farm harvests the best barley in the world and what it takes to raise Alberta beef on a family ranch. Contact Origin for more details and how to book your spot on this amazing Alberta experience!