Laser City is located just north of downtown Edmonton. Drop-in anytime during their regular hours or make a booking online for a wide selection of available team and individual games. Armed with your phaser and wearing your lightweight player vest, you’ll enter the black light-lit arena. There’s smoke in the air, music in your ears, and opposing players around every corner waiting to pick you off. Every game is supervised by a trained Marshal who explains the games and enforces the rules.
Located in the heart of Bonnie Doon, Edmonton's Francophone Quarter, La Cité is a cultural and community centre as well as the meeting place for Edmonton's Francophone and Francophile community. It houses cultural, social, pedagogical, professional and commercial services. La Cité provides the Francophone community with a meeting place from which it can flourish.
The Ukrainian Catholic Women's League of Canada Arts and Crafts Museum collects, preserves and interprets artifacts of Ukrainian culture brought to Canada by the Ukrainian settlers or made and used here, after their arrival. The museum is located in the St. Josaphat Cathedral’s Auditorium and is open the first and third Sunday of each month form 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
From Edmonton, travel north, seeing the variety of natural environments Canada offers. Ranging from waterfalls, prairie grasslands to lakes and boreal forests. Includes 10 nights of accommodation (3.5–4 star), professional Tour Leader, transportation on deluxe motorcoach, roundtrip airport transfers in Edmonton, 16 meals: 10 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 5 dinners
Fairmont Hotel Macdonald invites you to immerse yourself in a shopping experience on your next trip to Alberta’s capital City; experience includes accommodations, a $50 gift card to Edmonton City Centre Mall, parking, and breakfast in The Harvest Room. A little getaway is just around the corner.
The Royal Alberta Museum is a place where you'll find 2.4 million uniquely-Albertan stories just waiting to be told. With expanded permanent galleries and a brand new experience for visitors, you'll be able to feed your curiosity year-round. Family admission includes 2 adults and up to 6 children under 17.
If you are planning to visit Edmonton, go online and book a tour of City Hall. The free guided tours are offered to all ages by knowledgeable tour guides. During your tour of City Hall you will learn about municipal government, discover Edmonton's past, and marvel at City Hall's art and architecture. You may even have a chance to see City Council in action. All tours begin at the Citizen and New Arrival Information Centre in the main foyer of City Hall. Tours are approximately one hour in length. Free public tours take place every Friday in July and August from 1 to 2 p.m. These tours are drop-in only and there is no requirement to pre-book online.
Canoeheads has been running its popular canoe rental/shuttle service on the North Saskatchewan River since 1996. They provide a fun, inexpensive and hassle-free adventure for couples, families and tour groups. They offer a peaceful day trip from Devon to Laurier Park in Edmonton or a two-day camping/canoeing trip from the Genesee Bridge to Edmonton, as well as three and four day trips from Berrymore Bridge and Drayton Valley for those looking for up to 30 hours on the water. Trips include canoe, paddles, safety gear and shuttle, with overnight trips including camp set-up as well. If you want to add a little jet boat excitement, Canoeheads will connect you with Klondike Jet Boat Tours or build a jet boat/canoe adventure day for you.
Edmonton Ghost Tours is dedicated to bringing Edmonton’s spooky past back to life. Take a ghostly walk through Old Strathcona to hear true stories of ghosts, hauntings, murders and mysteries. Tours are held, rain or shine, all summer long on weeknights. Check the website for the different tours available. They’re a great outing for the whole family and new tours are always being added.
Relax... It's only magic. The return of Ladies Night in the IMAX Theatre will feature a beloved classic, The Craft. Doors open at 6pm. Enjoy dinner & drinks at the Purple Pear restaurant! Movie starts at 7:30 p.m. Visit their website for tickets & more information. This is an 18+ event. You will be asked to show I.D.
A vanguard production for those who hunger to see powerfully visceral dancers deviate into unknown artistic territory. de.Vi.ate offers up a choreographic delight for fans of contemporary works in an evening of three contrasting modern ballets, choreographed by the most compelling voices of our time.
Edmonton Chamber Music Society presents Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio at McDougall United Church. After four decades of success the world over, including many award-winning recordings and newly commissioned works, the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio continues to dazzle audiences and critics alike with its performances. Tickets are Regular $50, $45 for Seniors (65+), and $15 for Students, plus applicable fees.