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!
Located in the heart of the city, the Calgary Tower offers a truly spectacular 360 degree view. The foothills and majestic Rocky Mountains roll out to the west, as the picturesque prairies stretch to the east, surrounding the Tower with a panorama of Alberta’s beautiful landscape as far as the eye can see. Enjoy a one-of-a-kind view of Calgary on our incredible glass floor. Go right to the edge, step into thin air and see the bustling streets below. An informative and inspiring tour is complimentary with admission to the Observation Deck and is available in seven languages: English, French, Mandarin, German, Spanish, Japanese and Korean. Explore the city’s magnificent landmarks, and go on a journey through Calgary’s past and present. This award-winning tour provides a panoramic view of the city which matches the views from the Observation Deck. Highlighted landmarks provide unique stories, interesting facts, and an overview of Calgary and its Tower.
The bluff runs along the northern bank of the Bow River as it flows through the centre of the city. It was named after Felix McHugh, who homesteaded this property and was a prominent early entrepreneur. In 2004, Calgary launched a project to restore and develop the bluff into a natural park. Though the park is close to the city centre, because of the steep grade it does not have a history of intensive human use. Currently however, on any given day, there is an extremely high volume of commuters, joggers and dog walkers using the lateral pathways and trails.
Travel with us to one of the most unusual and breathtaking landscapes in Alberta, the Drumheller Valley. The tour visits Horseshoe Canyon, the Hoodoos, Atlas Coal Mine, the Rosedale Suspension Bridge, and The Royal Tyrrell Museum. All admissions are included.
Get ready for a fantastic getaway in the Heart of the New West! Enjoy the cooling temperatures and excellent colours of the mountains in Canmore and experience the fall festivities in Calgary.
Get the inside scoop on Edmonton's Old Strathcona neighbourhood with charming local guides while enjoying brunch, samples and stories. Use promo code Travel Alberta for 10% off.