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Visitor Information Centers

Experience Alberta like a local – wherever your travels take you. Our visitor information center travel experts will personalize your Alberta vacation to make it unforgettable. They know all the best things to do, places to stay and ways to get there.

Grande Cache Tourism and Interpretive Center

9701 - 100 Street

The Grande Cache Tourism and Interpretive Center features magnificent views of the Rocky Mountains. The center is open year-round. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will assist you with travel information about Alberta, BC, the Yukon, North West Territories and Alaska. Our museum features tools from pioneer life, profiles of original settlers, plant and marine fossils and archaeological artifacts, as well as displays of the animals and birds found in the Willmore Wilderness Area. Our gift shop and art gallery feature arts and crafts from local artisans plus other souvenirs including a variety of books written by local authors.

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Cardston Visitor Information Center

621 Main Street

The Cardston Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is located on Main Street in Cardston, Alberta – next to the Remington Carriage Museum. Open from May long weekend to Labor Day, the VIC staff are available to assist you with all of your travelling needs. Nestled in the rolling foothills of southwest Alberta, Cardston is just 30 minutes from the majesty of Waterton/Glacier International Peace Park.

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Bow Island Visitor Information Center

206 - 7 Avenue East

Located on Highway 3, with easy access from either direction, you'll find our wheelchair accessible, friendly facility. The Bow Island Visitor Information Centre can provide you with information on attractions in and around our local area as well as information on major tourist points of interest. Drop in and find out how we got our name! Souvenirs and free WiFi are available. Come take your picture with Pinto!

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Fort McMurray Visitor Information Centre

515 MacKenzie Blvd,

Inside the Oil Sands Discovery Centre, Fort McMurray Tourism's helpful staff assists locals and visitors of Fort McMurray with finding information on local attractions, accommodations, tours, restaurants, and more. Don't forget to browse the on-site gift shop that holds local, handmade gifts, all-natural essential oils, various geode, agate, and rock collectables, and a unique selection of educational toys and books for children. Take home your own Fort McMurray mug, hat, or oil sand sample kit reminder of your time spent in the city.

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Valleyview & District Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center

4802 50 Street

At Valleyview Visitor Information Center, we only seek to provide the knowledge that we have and to give a lasting impression to those that we may see. We also have a wide array of items in our visitors center to get rid of your car ride boredom.

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Spruce Grove & District Chamber of Commerce

99 Campsite Road

Located on Hwy 16A in one of the fastest growing communities in the province of Alberta, the Visitor Information Centre offers free WiFi, clean indoor washrooms and a public day picnic area under beautiful spruce trees. Knowledgeable staff at the center can address all of your visitor inquiries, assist with camping and hotel reservations and provide you with day trip information for the greater Edmonton metro area.

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Red Deer County

38106 Range Road 275

Red Deer County - a great place to live, work and grow! Red Deer County is located in one of Canada's fastest growing and most prosperous regions, only 150 kilometers from both Edmonton and Calgary.

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Red Deer Visitor Information Center

101-4200 Hwy 2

Open year round, we provide information on attractions, activities, accommodation, and events. The Visitor Centre is staffed by knowledgeable counsellors, carries an extensive inventory of local and provincial travel publications and actively promotes Greater Red Deer as a vacation destination. Location: North of the 32nd Street overpass on Highway 2. Hours of operation: Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; weekends and holidays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Amenities include: snack shop, gift shop, washrooms, rest area, sports museum, plenty of parking and highway access. A park with playground, picnic area, equestrian center and trails is adjacent to our

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Medicine Hat Visitor Information Center

8 Gehring Road SW

Located alongside the Trans Canada Highway at the College Drive exit. Open year-round to meet travelling needs, you’ll find a dog run and lots of off-leash areas nearby, free WiFi and small gift shop with locally made products and cold beverages. Our friendly staff can help you plan your trip and advise visitors on things to do in the area.

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Paintearth Economic Partnership Society Tourism Information Booth

Hwy 12 and Hwy 36 Township road 374

The Paintearth Economic Partnership Society (PEPS) Tourism Information Booth is a facility that helps locals and travelers learn about the county and surrounding area. We do this by offering directions, answering questions on the local economy and business industries. We have plenty of brochures and handouts to address every questions and/or concern. PEPS is dedicated to taking the County of Paintearth and all communities within the County to the next level of development via economic vision and innovation. We're all about opportunities, growth, and enhancing what's wonderful about rural life in East Central Alberta.

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Country Drive

Discover year round rural attractions, events, history, markets & local cuisines in Central Alberta. Most of our family friendly destinations are located between Red Deer & Calgary close to the QE2 Highway. For a unique rural experience, Country Drive is your invitation to Explore the Country!

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Travel Alberta Milk River Visitor Information Center

South side of Highway 4

Located along Highway 4 on the south side of Milk River, AB this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. This VIC offers a free WiFi lounge, huge interpretive center and plenty of parking.

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Banff Visitor Information Center

224 Banff Avenue

Put it at the top of things to do when you arrive. The Banff Lake Louise Tourism desk in downtown Banff brings you face to face with information on accommodation, activities, attractions, dining, and events. Want to stay an extra day but are wondering what you should do next? This is the first place that accommodation providers in the area notify when they are sold out. Open seven days a week, in all four seasons, the Centres' friendly Visitor Experience Specialists provide the latest information on current events, concerts, live music, local festivals and recent snowfall.

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Travel Alberta Canmore Visitor Information Center

2801 Bow Valley Trail

Located on Highway 1 in Canmore, Alberta, this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get Banff and Jasper national park information, as well as great information on all of Alberta. Located next to the Legacy Trail trailhead, there is parking available for you to ride the trail. The 'Roam' bus stop is located just outside of the VIC parking area, catch this back to the VIC from the Town of Banff. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. There is also a free WiFi lounge

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Travel Alberta Hinton Visitor Information Center

#1, 309 Gregg Avenue

Located along Highway 16 in Hinton, AB this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. This VIC offers free WiFi, complimentary coffee and plenty of parking.

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St. Albert Visitor Welcome Center

71 Street, St Albert Trail

The St. Albert Visitor Welcome Centre is helpful for both visitors and community members who want to stay in touch with local events and information. Services and amenities include: brochures, maps, newspapers, travel guides and new resident packages; WiFi, computer and telephone access; knowledgeable staff with service in English and French; public washrooms; and an outdoor picnic area with children’s toys. The center is wheelchair accessible, pet-friendly and close to gas stations, dining, grocery stores and Anthony Henday Drive.

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Mackenzie Crossroads Museum and Visitors Centre

10803 96th Street

Visit the Mackenzie Crossroads Museum and Visitors Center for all your travel information needs and information about what High Level has to offer. Our center offers a museum and interpretation centre that tells the story of the lives of the regions first people, trapper and pioneers. Our gift shop is full of locally made products from crafts to gifts to art. There is an outdoor day picnic area on site with free WiFi available. Check in and see what special programming and events are happening throughout the year.

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Lake Louise Visitor Information Center

201 Village Road

Put it at the top of things to do when you arrive. The Banff Lake Louise Tourism desk in Lake Louise brings you face to face with information on accommodation, activities, attractions, dining, and events. Want to stay an extra day but are wondering what you should do next? This is the first place that accommodation providers in the area notify when they are sold out. Open year-round, the Centers' friendly Visitor Experience Specialists provide the latest information on current events, concerts, live music, local festivals and recent snowfall.

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Glacier Discovery Centre

Directly across from the Athabasca Glacier is the Columbia Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre, where you can book a tour on an Ice Explorer snow coach that will take you right up onto the glacier. Located at the juncture of Banff and Jasper national parks, the center offers interpretive exhibits, gift shop, restaurant and cafeteria, an extensive patio, as well as scenic walks and self-guided trails. On the top floor is a boutique hotel, offering front row seating for viewing the glacier, not to mention superb stargazing. It is also the departure point for tours to the nearby Glacier Skywalk.

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Whitecourt Visitor Information Centre

3002 33 Street

Located in the Forest Interpretive Centre, the Whitecourt Visitor Information Centre is open seven days a week between June 15 and the Labor Day weekend, and Monday through Friday during the rest of the year. Friendly staff are available to answer questions and provide information on local and regional activities and attractions.

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Calling Lake Visitor Information Centre

PO Box 22

Calling Lake offers a Visitor Information Centre which is open year-round with complimentary tea and coffee.

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High River Visitor Information Center

228 - 12 Avenue SE

Located in the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex, the High River Visitor Information Centre is open seven days a week from the May long weekend until the September long weekend. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can help you plan your trip, make a reservation for accommodation and provide up to the minute advice and recommendations on things to do in the area.

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Camrose Visitor Information Center

5402-48 Avenue

The Camrose Visitor Information Center (VIC) is located in the beautiful Bill Fowler Center, at Mirror Lake Park. Its location makes the building a focal point to Camrose’s popular urban park system. The main exterior wall features a stunning mural crafted out of clay brick, depicting nature scenes that are inspired by the wildlife around Mirror Lake. Our VIC is a bright and welcoming space. Visitors can admire the beautiful view of Mirror Lake from the comfort of our building.

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Cold Lake Information Center

4009 50 St

Just past the welcoming sails on Highway 28, the Cold Lake Information Centre is a welcomed sight for any traveler looking for directions, suggestions on activities or a place to seek out information from our knowledgeable staff. We also look after the Gateway RV Park, which has the only full service sites in the city. The sani dump is also located on the grounds of the Information Centre.

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Downtown Lethbridge

Downtown Lethbridge is one of those places where you can enjoy the entire day without even trying. Replete with a fantastic collection of independently owned stores, unique shops, lovely restaurants, quaint coffee spots, green space, retail outlets, and historic and artistic destinations, downtown Lethbridge is a vibrant centre that offers everything you could hope to find all within close walking distance. So take a day, or a morning, or an hour or two in the afternoon, and get to know the city of Lethbridge by getting to know its heart.

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La Crete Tourist Information Center

10500-1-100 Street

Whatever your reason may be, please stop by for a friendly smile at the La Crete Tourist Information Centre in the Chamber of Commerce building. Grab a coffee, sign our guest book and pick up some brochures, maps and vacation guides. Feel free to use our public access computers and check out our many great sites, while you’re exploring Mackenzie County’s truly beautiful country. Free WiFi access, telephones and washrooms are also available.

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Bonnyville District and Chamber of Commerce

#2, 46300 Township Road, 611A

Open year round, the Bonnyville & District Chamber of Commerce/Tourism Information Centre is located on the shores of Moose Lake. You will find a recreational beach area, boat launch that you can fish from and a day use area with fire pits and a playground. From September-April we are open Monday to Friday 8:30-4:30pm. Between May-August 31 we are also open on weekends and offer the following extended summer hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am-8:00pm; Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm; and Sunday and holidays 10:00am-4:00pm.

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Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development Visitor Information Center

6606 50 Ave

Located in the Heart of Alberta, the Stettler Board of Trade Visitor Centre is open year-round to meet all your travelling needs. We provide free WiFi, meeting rooms, information and a selection of souvenirs. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can help you plan your trip and advise on things to do in the area. You won't want to miss any of the exciting events happening in the area!

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Elkwater Visitor Information Centre

Located in the townsite of Elkwater, along the lake. Open Sunday to Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. For campground and Group Camp Reservations, call 1-877-537-2757 or visit www.Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca.

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Chinook Country Tourist Association

2805 Scenic Drive S

Located in the southwest corner of Alberta, Chinook Country encompasses the area from Calgary to the USA border and to the BC border and Bow Island. The Visitor Centre is open year-round to meet all your travelling needs. We also provide free WiFi and a gift shop with cold drinks and snacks.

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Travel Alberta Grande Prairie Visitor Information Center

Centre 2000, 11330 - 106 Street

Located in Grande Prairie, Alberta this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. Set on the edge of picturesque Muskoseepi Park, this VIC offers free WiFi, an area museum, plenty of indoor seating and a huge parking lot.

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Travel Alberta Field Visitor Information Center

Highway 1

Located on Highway 1 in Field, BC, this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. There is also a free WiFi lounge, a great dinosaur dig area for the kids and an amazing outdoor space.

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Vulcan Tourism and Trek Station

115 Center Street

Built to look like a space station, this tourist information centre in Vulcan is home to a large collection of Star Trek memorabilia, a gift shop and a green screen for photo ops.

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Travel Alberta Oyen Visitor Information Center

Corner of Highway 9 and Highway 41

Located along the corner of Highway 41 and Highway 9, this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. This VIC offers a free WiFi lounge, huge picnic area and locally sourced souvenirs.

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Hanna Visitor Information Center

603 South Municipal Road

The former Canadian Northern Railway station at Hanna was constructed in 1913 and served to provide both passenger and freight service until August 1990. The station has always symbolized Hanna's origins and is today regarded as a major heritage resource. The Federal Government has designated the building as a Heritage Railway Station.The station now serves as Hanna's Visitor Information Centre, providing personalized trip planning services. The center is open weekends starting on the May long weekend, and seven days a week from July 1st through the end of August.

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Vegreville Visitor Information Center

4500 Volodymyr Dr

Located right next to the World Famous Pysanka (Giant Easter Egg). We provide free WiFi, a small gift/souvenir shop with locally made products and hot and cold beverages. There are also onsite camping facilities, which include free showers. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can help you plan your trip, make a reservation for accommodation and provide advice on the many things you can do in the area.

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Historic Downtown Cochrane Visitor Information Center

6, 521 First Street

Located on Cochrane’s historic Main Street two blocks West of MacKay's Ice Cream, the Historic Downtown Cochrane Visitor Information Centre is open seven days per week. We offer free WiFi, comfortable washrooms, accommodation bookings and information on local attractions and events.

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Banff Visitor Information Desk

327 Railway Avenue

Put it at the top of things to do when you arrive. The Banff Lake Louise Tourism desk at the Banff Railway Station brings you face to face with information on accommodation, activities, attractions, dining, and events. Want to stay an extra day but are wondering what you should do next? This is the first place that accommodation providers in the area notify when they are sold out. The Centers' friendly Visitor Experience Specialists provide the latest information on current events, concerts, live music, local festivals and recent snowfall.

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Wetaskiwin Visitor Information Center

4910 55A Street

Whatever your pleasure – there is an experience for everyone in one of Alberta`s oldest cities. Our knowledgeable staff can guide you in the right direction, coordinate a day trip for you and tell you about all of the adventures to see and do in Wetaskwin. Open year round, we are conveniently located across from the 140 ft water tower – you can't miss it.

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Drumheller Visitor Information Center

60 1st Avenue West

Located at the base of the World's Largest Dinosaur, the Drumheller Visitor Information Centre is open year-round to meet all of your travelling needs. We offer a selection of brochures and maps featuring the Drumheller Valley, Canadian Badlands and areas throughout Alberta. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can provide self-drive options featuring many local attractions and activities, up-to-date information on local accommodation availability, and area events. In addition, we offer free WiFi, public washrooms, and a gift shop stocked with dinosaur themed items and merchandise from local vendors.

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Leduc Visitor Information Center

6420 50 Street

Located just off Queen Elizabeth Highway 2, and five minutes from the Edmonton International Airport. We are open year round, with special summer weekend hours. We have an RV dumping station that is open May through October. Enjoy food trucks in the summer, as well as picnic tables with great views of the planes landing. We also have small gifts for sale, a vending machine, and toilets inside the VIC for public use.

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Rocky Mountain House

Box 1509

Once the site of rival trading posts on the North Saskatchewan River, Rocky Mountain House is home to a fascinating national historic site and an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities.

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Columbia Icefields Discovery Centre

The Columbia Icefield is a surviving remnant of the thick ice mass that once mantled most of Western Canada's mountains. Lying on a wide, elevated plateau, it is the largest icefield in the Canadian Rockies. Nearly three-quarters of the park's highest peaks are located close to the icefield; ideally placed to catch much of the moisture that Pacific winds carry across the British Columbia interior. Most of this precipitation falls as snow; up to 7 metres a year.

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Edmonton Welcome Center

9797 Jasper Avenue

Nestled between the heart of downtown and the breathtaking North Saskatchewan River Valley, the Edmonton Welcome Centre is located in the west building of the Shaw Conference Centre. The Edmonton Welcome Centre is within walking distance of river valley trails, a community medicine wheel garden and the arts and culture of downtown. Our YEG Experts offer personalized travel suggestions, and visitors are welcome to do their own research with the help of free WiFi and our main information site: exploreedmonton.com.

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Lacombe Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center

6005-50th Ave.

Located between Calgary and Edmonton is the small and beautiful city of Lacombe. The Visitor Information Centre is located just before you enter our beautiful Main Street. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to help you plan your trip or find somewhere to have lunch in Lacombe!

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Rocky Mountain House Visitor Information Center

5406-48 Street

Rocky Mountain House Visitor Information Centre is located where the Rocky Mountains meet the foothills, in Clearwater County. Our award winning center offers free WiFi, free t-shirts to our out of town guests, indoor and outdoor washrooms, ample parking, a playground and a brand new gift shop. Our knowledgeable, friendly staff can help you plan your vacation and direct you to places where you can experience breathtaking moments and numerous recreational opportunities. Take a picture with Sasquatch! Join us and discover yourself in Clearwater County!

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Tourism Calgary Airport Visitor Information Center

Find maps, brochures, information and general visitor assistance on things to see and do in Calgary and surrounding area. Parks Canada Annual Discovery Passes are available for purchase (debit and credit card only).

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Lesser Slave Regional Visitor Information Center

12 Poplar Lane

The Visitor Information Centre is conveniently located two kilometers east of Slave Lake along Highway 2. Working together with local tourism operators, it provides a welcoming first stop. Pick up a schedule of activities, list of accommodation, complimentary visitor guides and maps to help plan your stay. Our gift shop showcases talented local artists' jewelry, hand sewn and quilted items, First Nations crafts, soap, willow furniture, carvings, art and photography. Situated near Lesser Slave Lake and unspoiled wilderness, you will quickly find yourself sharing stories and making new ones, with plans to come back again soon.

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CrossIron Mills

261055 CrossIron Blvd. Suite 800

CrossIron Mills, the first enclosed shopping center built in Alberta in 20 years, is located just 1.5 km north of Calgary in Rocky View County and less than 10 minutes from the Calgary Airport. Situated on the busiest transportation corridor, the Queen Elizabeth II Highway, CrossIron Mills is the largest single level shopping center in Alberta, with 17 large format anchors and more than 200 specialty stores and premium brand outlets. Open year-round, Guest Services is able to assist with all of your travel needs as well as offer visitors a shopping tote and Passport to Savings for shopping.

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Travel Alberta West Glacier Visitor Information Center

Located in the beautiful town of West Glacier, Montana this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. This VIC offers a free WiFi and a huge Alberta interpretive center.

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Travel Alberta Crowsnest Pass Visitor Information Center

Located on Highway 3 at the west entry point into Alberta, this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. There is also a free WiFi lounge and area to charge your devices.

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Travel Alberta Walsh Visitor Information Center

Highway 1

Located on Highway 1 on the eastern entry into Alberta, this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) in Walsh, Alberta is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. This VIC offers a free WiFi lounge, huge picnic area, playground and plenty of parking.

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St. Albert Visitor Welcome Centre

71 St. Albert Trail

The St. Albert Visitor Welcome Centre is helpful for both visitors and community members who want to stay in touch with local events and information. We offer a variety of services and amenities such as: brochures, maps, travel guides, WiFi access, computer access, directions, and public washrooms all easily accessible from Anthony Henday Drive. Our staff are dedicated to providing valuable knowledge and friendly guidance to all who wish to explore St. Albert and surrounding communities.

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Travel Alberta Lloydminster Visitor Information Center

North side of Highway 16

Located along Highway 16 in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan this Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a great place to stop and get great information on both the local area and the province of Alberta. Very helpful and knowledgeable VIC staff can help with quick questions and trip planning information. This Visitor Information Centre offers a free WiFi lounge and plenty of parking.

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Valleyview Visitor Information Center

The Visitor Information Centre VIC is located at the 40 mile view on Highway 43 giving visitors an idea of what the portal to the peace country is all about. This VIC has WiFi access as well as cozy picnic tables outside. Sewage disposal/water is available for RVs. Inside the building you'll find the best quality travel counsellors ready at your disposal. A variety of souvenirs are available in the gift shop including t-shirts, books, hooded sweatshirts, postcards, etc.

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Stony Plain & District Visitor Information Center

4815 - 44 Avenue

The Stony Plain and District Visitor Centre is an award-winning, year-round facility that carries the newest travel brochures from across the country. Our facility is located in a beautiful Rotary park that gives our visitors access to 360 m of paved walking paths around a gorgeous pond, a playground, picnic tables, large parking lot, public washrooms, and a historic replica of the train station that was once here. Our location is within walking distance of many amenities including restaurants, gas stations and grocery stores, which meet the many needs of our visitors.

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Waterton Visitor Information Centre

The Waterton Lakes National Park Visitor Information Centre is open from mid-May through mid-October and located on the Entrance Parkway. Canada Parks staff are available to answer questions and provide information on area activities and attractions.

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