The Lethbridge Military Museum is located off the entrance to the Lethbridge Airport inside the Vimy Ridge Armouy. It officially opened April 18, 2015 and covers over 1,500 square feet. The Lethbridge Military Museum mission is to promote and exhibit to the public the rich military history of Lethbridge and area from 1899 to the present. We hope this, in turn, will lead to a better understanding of our community’s military contribution to the preservation of world peace and security. We are proud to share our military history and culture while discovering more stories past and present from our guest.
Fort Whoop-Up tells the story of the buffalo robe trade, the years leading up to and the years that followed. We will be telling the story of this region, and the people here, from the mid-1860s to the early 1890s. It is a complex story that includes the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), other First Nations, Métis, Canadians, Americans, and British. It is a story of trade and politics, good people and notorious characters, and the flow of time. We look forward to seeing you at the Fort! The Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Centre in Lethbridge will open for the summer season in May 2017.
From the first bud of spring to the last fall leaf, this traditional Japanese garden is a cultural escape and an oasis of serenity in the bustling city of Lethbridge.
Build your own bucket-list trip in Alberta. Enjoy a family pass to one of 16 participating attractions with overnight hotel stays at selected hotels. From $149 for a family of 4.
Enjoy delicious local cuisine with your reservation. Package includes one night accommodation and a $25 gift card to Mocha Cabana. Starting from $169.
Enjoy a mouth-watering meal and local beer with your reservation. Package includes one night accommodation and a $25 gift card to Coulee Brew Taps and Grill. Starting at $169.
Experience the thrill of tubing down a river on a hot summer's day with this Lethbridge company that offers tubing and rafting trips down the Old Man River.
Lethbridge brings a brimming stein of German culture to Western Canada during its Munich-styled Oktoberfest. You'll be kicking up your heels to the rousing European sounds of the lederhosen-clad band, Alpen Shatz, from Medicine Hat. A variety of food vendors will serve up some of the best schnitzel, sauerkraut and bratwurst outside of Germany. Choose from a selection of 10 types of beer - all made and imported from Germany. Local craft brewer, Theoretically Brewing, will be pouring its very own exclusive Oktoberfest traditonal German Heffenweizen.
The Farmers’ Market offers products that are made, baked or grown which means you can find crafts, fresh fruit and vegetables, home made baking, art work, hand made clothing, and much more! The Saturday Farmer’s Market starts May 13, opens at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 1:00 p.m. The last market of the season is on October 28. There is no admission or parking fee.
The Farmers’ Market offers products that are made, baked or grown which means you can find crafts, fresh fruit and vegetables, home made baking, art work, hand made clothing, and much more! In its’ 11th year, the Downtown Lethbridge Farmers’ Market opens Wednesday starting July 5th and each Wednesday thereafter through to September 6 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.