Red Deer Cultural Heritage Society is responsible for the restoration and operation of the Cronquist House . Come and enjoy the unique ambiance of this beautifully restored 1912 Heritage Home in it's picturesque setting overlooking Bower Ponds in Waskasoo Park. The Cronquist House Tea House operates from May to September, offering light lunches and afternoon tea, from 11 am to 4 pm weekdays. The Red Deer Cultural Heritage Society has played a very significant role in the preservation and promotion of diverse cultural and ethnic traditions and in the preservation of two historic buildings in the community of Red Deer. It has contributed to a sense of community and pride in our city of Red Deer.
Towering high over Drumheller, the World's Largest Dinosaur is open year round for dino-enthusiasts of all ages to explore. Climb 106 stairs inside the 26 m (86 ft) tall T-rex, lined with beautiful murals, and admire the breathtaking badlands from her gaping jaw. Admission is charged and there is a gift shop, Visitor Information Centre and public washrooms onsite.
The Boardwalk features current local businesses and some others; like the local undertaker and the house of ill-repute (which have long since been closed). Visitors can visit a unique collection of businesses - an art gallery, a fudge factory, a tea room and a custom cowboy hat shop. Jimmy Jock Boardwalk is named after a local Chinese restauranteur who operated a restaurant on this same site in the earlier days. Today, a U-shaped boardwalk similar to a frontier town stands.
This is a journey 90 minutes in length describing Edmonton through time in its economic history and some amazing views and surprises along the way. Board the 24-passenger air conditioned bus to explore another side of the capital of Alberta.
This is a highlight tour of Edmonton available throughout the year. Come learn some of the stories from the characters and politics that have made this city a northern gem. 90 minutes duration.
Enjoy an afternoon with the family at The Muttart Conservatory. The Muttart Conservatory is unique at first sight. This innovative botanical garden sets the pace for plant science in western Canada and defines Edmonton’s skyline with striking glass pyramids rising from the river valley.