Over 180 stores, services and restaurants. Fashion boutiques. Crate & Barrel. Restoration Hardware. The Bay. Victoria's Secret. Sephora.Ticketmaster. Visitor information. Free stroller rental & WiFi. Limited RV parking. Anderson CTrain station nearby.
Home of the CFLs Calgary Stampeders.
Cococo Chocolatiers, owners of Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut is a chocolate-lover's paradise with twelve locations in Calgary, one in Banff and 24 independently-owned stores across Canada. Established in Calgary in 1983, this world-famous retailer offers the finest in handcrafted chocolate made with natural local, organic ingredients, and no artificial preservatives. Each store carries 48 specialty chocolates to choose from, as well as a variety of decadent bars, moulds and chocolate-coated treats. The flagship store is located on Macleod Trail in Southeast Calgary. Visitors to this location can get a look at the Bernard Callebaut factory.
Enjoy a delicious, and quick, two or three course lunch at the Selkirk Grille for a convenient low price. The new express lunch menu changes weekly and highlights the Selkirk's Canadian cuisine. Dine on two courses for $20 or add dessert for an additional $5. Enjoy 90 minute complimentary parking.
Welcome to the Hangar Flight Museum, holding a historically-significant collection of airplanes and helicopters sure to delight aviation enthusiasts. Enjoy a family admission of $32, which includes two adults and up to four children aged 17 and under, a value of $56 if purchased separately.
Alberta Fishing Charters all-inclusive ice fishing packages include fully guided ice fishing. Up to 8 hours of fishing, hot lunch, snacks, coffee, all fishing equipment, underwater camera, fish finder-sonar, heated shelter, experienced guide. $389 for 1-2 people, $50/extra person each. Species include Rainbow Trout, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Walleye.
We are for active tourists who want to see the Rocky Mountains up close, who are dissatisfied with seeing the country from a bus or the side of the road. Our product is a mountain bike adventure that provides a hosted experience in a fun and active way. Unlike tour busses or renting a car or trying to figure it out yourself, we have assembled great transportation, great food and great adventure hosts that are experienced, trained in safety and will choose the best trails for your skill and fitness from the hundreds of trails that we ride.
Out Fly Fishing outfitters Ltd. is your leading provider of professionally guided fly fishing trips on the World Famous Bow River. This Blue Ribbon section of the Bow River holds some of the biggest and strongest river run Rainbow and Brown trout you will ever hope to hook. The Lower Bow is a trophy trout fishery comprised exclusively of strong and healthy wild fish. Our Bow River fly fishing guides are experienced, and knowledgeable of the structures and seasonal complexities of this famous and technical river. Walk & Wade trips to the breathtakingly scenic mountain streams are also available.
Experience your inner cowboy/cowgirl while exploring the backcountry of the majestic Canadian Rockies! After 94 years of leading beginners and seasoned riders from all over the world into the spectacular backcountry, The Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies (TRCR) know how to give you a dream vacation… and that “hidden gem” you been looking for? Well,...you just found it! The TRCR is a not-for-profit club of enthusiasts who enjoy taking new guests out to explore these majestic mountains with the comforts of home, and will host six, six-day professionally guided trail rides this summer. The breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains awakens the adventurist in all of us of what many believe is the most beautiful scenery in the world. This "walk in the park" is like no other you will ever experience. Unlike most backcountry horseback trips, the Trail Riders set up a main base camp and, at the end of each day on the trail, return for "happy hour," a hot home cooked dinner, and some much-needed shut-eye in the cozy tents and Indian-style teepees complete with cots and mattresses. The rustic wilderness camp has a hot shower, hot washing water, separate washing areas for cowboys and cowgirls, and a large dining tent for their 4-star meals. Expect the evening to include any combination of: camp fire singing, cowboy poetry, square dancing, story telling, educational talks, skits and live western music! If you can stand a week of this fun and frivolity, you will become a member of this historic and western cultural society. Horse experience is not essential as this is a "dude operation" and over 50% of the riders are +50, and 70% are women! Put it this way; if there ever was a quintessential, "bucket-list" Western Canadian trip, this is it! Check out their 5-star ratings with Trip Advisor and testimonial videos on their homepage. This year the TRCR celebrates 95 years of history and western cowboy culture in the Canadian Rockies. The TRCR (since 1923) is “Canada's original trail ride.....”
Inspired by Harlem’s iconic musical hot spot, The Cotton Club, this swingin’ night of sensations highlights the era when Duke Ellington’s orchestra was the hottest band in New York, accompanying the iconic vocals of Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, and Ethel Waters. Lose yourself in the Great American Songbook with hits including Minnie the Moocher, Stormy Weather, Clap Hands Here Comes Charlie, and Bill Bailey.
The May Classic Tournament welcomes horses and riders to the first outdoor tournament of the season - Calgary spring weather permitting! Come to Spruce Meadows not only to view the competitions, but also to visit our new-born foals and enjoy the tulips in bloom. Competitions in this Tournament range from 0.70m to 1.40m. A food concession is available to help you enjoy your experience at Spruce Meadows. Admission and parking are complimentary.
An exciting new collaboration with Peter Balkwill of the Old Trout Puppet Workshop, MIMIC fuses two highly physical wordless forms, performed with a percussive score by the Nick Fraser Ensemble. Co-created by Kimberley Cooper and Peter Balkwill