Towering high over Drumheller, the World's Largest Dinosaur is open year round for dino-enthusiasts of all ages to explore. Climb 106 stairs inside the 26 m (86 ft) tall T-rex, lined with beautiful murals, and admire the breathtaking badlands from her gaping jaw. Admission is charged and there is a gift shop, Visitor Information Centre and public washrooms onsite.
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.
This unique Calgary landmark is one of the largest in North America and the largest in Calgary. It has become a gathering place for all cultures and religions. The Ahmadiyyas follow the teachings of Muhammad, Jesus, Confucius, Buddha and Abraham. This 48,000 sq.ft. complex also offers tours, multilingual programs, and private bookings or meetings for up to 500 people in the adjoining community centre. There is a dining hall and full service kitchen on-site along with a multi-purpose gym available to groups, a library, and bookstores. This is a must see when you visit the city!
Spend a week or more exploring the spectacular national parks in Alberta
An exciting tour of Canada’s West taking in all the highlights including Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper and Vancouver. Travel in style on the Rocky Mountaineer and enjoy some fantastic tours along the way.
A twin centre break exploring the Cowboy city of Calgary with the laid back capital of Edmonton.