Sunnybrook Farm is a place to experience and learn about the evolution of rural life in Central Alberta at our 10-acre site. Visit us for a guided or self-guided tour that promotes learning about rural life in Central Alberta, circa 1880 - 1950, through historical stories and a living farm community.
Welcome to Gablehouse Farm & Gardens, Alberta’s largest nursery specializing in the finest Zone 2 hardy daylilies. Located 1.5 hours from Edmonton or Calgary makes Gablehouse the perfect daylily day-trip to the scenic Parkland Region of central Alberta. Hours of operation during peak bloom time in mid-July to mid-August are from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. Visits at other times by arrangement. Orders are taken online all year. Your new additions can be taken home as bare roots, or in pots. Shipping arrangements are also available (Canada only at this time).
The ever-changing, award winning, Millet and District Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is located on the west side of Highway 2A at the north end of the Town of Millet, which is about 40 minutes south of Alberta’s capital, Edmonton. Open year round in “The Prettiest Town in Alberta,” the official and accredited Travel Alberta community VIC has well trained travel counsellors to assist with travels within the community and the province of Alberta. We provide free WiFi, a small gift shop with locally made crafts as well as over 3,000 sq ft of museum displays.
Enjoy a relaxing, scenic day out in Banff with Discover Banff Tours on this package deal. Take a gentle one-hour float trip along the Bow River in Canmore, and then ride up to 8,000 feet on the Banff Sightseeing Chairlift for mountain-top dining and to experience Banff like never before.
This is an incredible opportunity to experience this famous highway and explore the Athabasca Glacier. Travel from Jasper to the Columbia Icefield and back with numerous sightseeing stops along the way. Admission to the Glacier Adventure and Glacier SkyWalk included. Offered Mondays and Thursdays.
Ride the steel rails! Travel from Jasper into B.C. and back again. Encounter wildlife and enjoy breathtaking views of the Rockies. Experience both the train and a small personalized sightseeing tour all in the same day. All aboard your Jasper Train Tour!
Snap an endless stream of photos from the comfort of the sidecar attached to a Harley Davidson, while Jasper Motorcycle Tours takes you on the adventure of a lifetime. Feel the mountain fresh air fix a smile on your face. Smell the trees and flowers in bloom. Enjoy endless unobstructed views of Japer National Park. You are surrounded by stunning emerald green lakes, snow-crested mountains, blue glaciers and massive icefields, which are all linked by one of the world’s most scenic highways.
Explore a new adventure in the scenic Canadian Rockies. Accompanied by professional photographers, you will learn new photography skills while you capture your own breathtaking photos - creating memories for a lifetime.
Canada Rail Vacations specializes in providing spectacular customizable train travel and accommodations with exciting rail tours across Canada and the Canadian Rockies. Canada Rail Vacations is proudly Canadian owned and operated since 1995, and locally based staff are experts in providing the best experience of this country. Canada Rail Vacations' specialty is creating exciting rail vacations using the world-acclaimed Rocky Mountaineer train, a two-day, all daylight rail journey through Canada's West and the Canadian Rockies. Rocky Mountaineer was honoured with the World Travel Award as World's Leading Travel Experience by Train for the fifth year and named by National Geographic as one of the World's Greatest Trips.
Discover Alberta Rail & Agriculture History at Aspen Crossing! They welcome you to see and experience a part of Alberta seldom seen, only 45 minutes SE of Calgary. With a commitment to entertain, enliven as well as enlighten, visitors from around the world will have an opportunity to see up close and personal, Alberta’s agricultural landscape that makes it one of Canada’s 2nd largest agricultural producer and one of the world’s most productive agricultural economies. Short Aspen Crossing Railway Tours: Enjoy a 1 hour in length train experience on the full-size excursion train that hosted THE POLAR EXPRESS™! Tickets for the 1-hour teaser excursions will be available for purchase at the Station during Stampede Train Day, July 7th. Departures will be at 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Adults: $25.00. Children: 25 months – 14 Yrs. $15.00. Children 24 months or under: are free! Lots of Free Parking. ELEVATOR TOURS: Take a visit to the Mossleigh Grain Elevators with a personalized tour guide to share local history and how these prairie grain elevators played a pivotal role in the farming community of yesteryear. Tours at 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM. Come Celebrate Our Railway & Agriculture Ties!
The River Valley Food tour operated by Big Food Tours of Edmonton is a one of a kind experience featuring the best places to eat in Edmonton between the muttart conservatory and the William Hawrelak Park. They take you on the scenic route as you visit all the vibrant local eateries. It runs all summer long from May long weekend to Labour day weekend with a lunch time tour and a dinner tour. Featuring everything from the authentic taste of Alberta to the exciting izakaya Japanese street food scene, always lots to learn and tons to eat. It doesn’t matter if you are a tourist, frequent visitor to Edmonton, or born and raised Edmontonian; no matter what your status, there are always unique and untold truths and stories that come from food. While you may be restaurant savvy and enjoy some of Alberta’s best food accredited to your own explorations and taste, there’s nothing quite like experiencing a day of multiple curated meals in different environments. Locals taking food tours in their own city often say, “I’ve lived in this city my whole life and walked away with more information than I’ve ever had before.”
The Edmonton and District Historical Society presents the 22nd Annual Historic Festival and Doors Open, "Save the Date" from July 2 - 8, 2018.The History of Food in this province is one of diversity. We share our culture and heritage through food. Whether a simple dinner, a massive celebration or an afternoon tea, food brings us together to tell stories, share knowledge and build family traditions that carry on for generations. The 22nd Historic Festival and Doors Open celebrates food.Events throughout the week will include tours and gatherings that take place in communities, museums or historical sites but are not limited to these locations. Check out our website for more detailed information on all the exciting events happening this festival week.