Drumheller's Little Church, seating 10,000 people - 6 at a time. This church was first erected by local contractor Trygve Seland, in cooperation with the Ministerial Association in 1968 and was reconstructed by inmates of the Drumheller Institution in 1991. It was designed as a place of worship and mediation and not just a tourist attraction. Located on the North side of the North Dinosaur Trail between the Royal Tyrrell Museum and the Golf Course.
Weighing 1 tonne with a wingspan of 23 feet, the Village of Andrew is home to the world's largest mallard duck.
For decades, Fort McMurray was a transportation hub. In the spring, railcars would arrive to unload their wares, which were then transferred to ships that travelled up the Athabasca River, distributing goods to remote communities as far north as the Arctic. Heritage Shipyard celebrates and preserves this essential part of the region's past with historical vessels, two train cars, a collection of artifacts and the Jack “Torchy” Peden Centre and gift shop.
A twin centre break exploring the Cowboy city of Calgary with the laid back capital of Edmonton.
This relaxing week-long tour has many highlights but one that will most definitely stand out is the two day rail journey from the Canadian Rockies resort town of Banff through to the coastal, scenic city of Vancouver.
Discover dinosaurs and cowboys, outdoor pursuits and urban attractions in Alberta.
On June 30th, 2018, the Calgary Tower will be hosting a 60s themed block party featuring food trucks, face painting, FREE ice cream from Foothills Creamery, music from BassBus and countless photo ops, PLUS, admission to the Observation Deck will be 50% off for the day! Come (re)discover Calgary and its iconic Tower!
This year's annual Plamondon Mud Bogs & Slo-Pitch Tournament will be held July 6th, 7th and 8th at the Festival Centre! This year will feature Amateur and CMRO Mud Races as well as a ATV Hill & Hole and Demo Derby!! It's going to be a blast! For the first time in over a decade they are bringing back the Mixed Slo-Pitch Tournament! This family friendly event welcomes you to watch the mud races, cheer on the ball players, shop at our Mini Trade Show (Saturday 1-5pm), enjoy the Kids Festival (Saturday 1-4pm) and eat at the on site local food trucks. The weekend kicks off Friday night at 6:00 with the ATV Hill & Hole followed by a Double Band Stand (no minors). Campers welcome! (no power provided, reservations accepted). Start your Saturday morning with our free pancake breakfast and end it with the popular Mud Bog Dance (no minors) feat. Dirt Road Angels! Beer Gardens open all weekend with a 50/50 draw Saturday and Sunday. Finish off the weekend with the Slo-Pitch playoffs and final mud races! Please don't hesitate to call 780-798-3478 with any questions or reservations.