Inglewood bears the distinction of being Calgary's oldest neighbourhood, having been established adjacent to Fort Calgary in 1875. The founding of the community was led by Major John Stewart, Acheson Irvine and James Macleod, including the development of 9 Ave. S.E. (formerly named Atlantic Avenue), which became the city of Calgary’s first authentic main street.
The Calgary Corn Maze & Fun Farm is southern Alberta's #1 corn maze and favorite destination for farm fun. Get lost and eventually found as you navigate your way through over 13 acres of corn mazes, mingle with the friendly barnyard animals at the petting zoo, play a round of mini golf, bounce on the jumping pillows, ride the tractor train, shoot it up with your friends in the friendly fire arena, take aim at the barnyard ball toss, watch the pig races, ride the giant slides, pick your perfect pumpkin in the fall, and so much more!
Alberta Boot Company is Canada's only western boot factory and your top choice for 100 percent handmade leather boots. Quality craftsmanship and excellent service has made the company a household name since 1978. Choose from over 8000 pairs of in-stock boots or have a pair custom made just for you.
Visit breathtaking locations in the company of award-winning professional photographers.
Take a step back in time! Head-Smashed-In Historic Site and Museum commemorates the oldest buffalo jump on the Canadian prairie. In contrast you will also visit Drumheller and see the Badlands where dinosaurs used to roam.
A ten-day self-drive tour through the cities and resorts of Alberta. We've included a number of exciting excursions and entrance to a number of the region's star attractions.
Calgary Brewery Tours is all about spirited craftsmanship, but more importantly, it’s about the cold, refreshing beverages our city produces through the unique vision of the locals who love to create them. Experience our good natured and welcoming breweries, eateries and distilleries with people who enjoy a satisfying brew as much as you. Our two distinct tours let you taste the flavours of the Calgary area. You will witness the region’s rich history and realize the crazy lengths our brewers and distillers go to for the love of beer, spirits and mead.
Calgary’s walking tour experience. Discover what makes Calgary such an exciting place; history, architecture, river walks, public art, secret sculpture gardens, cool public spaces, restaurants, shopping and more! All tours start at Calgary City Hall.
Explore a new adventure in the scenic Canadian Rockies. Accompanied by professional photographers, you will learn new photography skills while you capture your own breath taking photos - creating memories for a lifetime.
The annual Calgary Folk Music Festival, which will be celebrating its 37th anniversary in 2016, features 70 artists from over 16 countries. Performances take place on nine stages in over 100 distinct concerts and unique on-the-fly collaborations at the urban, forested retreat of Prince's Island Park. With daily audiences of 13,000, the festival site boasts an interactive family area, international craft market, global culinary delights, a record tent and tree-shaded beer garden. Kids and seniors can attend for free.
Each year in May, more than 60,000 people flock to Arts Commons and Olympic Plaza for Calgary’s largest celebration of theatre for younger audiences. From the free outdoor stage performances, to a host of interactive activities and award-winning local and international theatre, Calgary International Children’s Festival has something for everyone.
The Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is a 12-day showcase of up to 200 multi-genre films from Canada and more than 40 other countries. The festival hosts gala events, screenings, award ceremonies and special presentations. We welcome a large number of local and international film makers and connect them with the audience through post-screening question and answer periods, events, as well as panels and film talks that are open to the general public.