Family admission to Reynolds-Alberta Museum provides access to all exhibits in the main building, featuring The McLaughlin Story, as well as the Aviation Display Hangar. Hours vary by season. Valid for 2 adults and up to 6 youth.
The Groom a Horse program is a V.I.P experience for all ages. The participant will learn how to groom and saddle a horse in preparation for the Fort’s famous Musical Ride. Inspect the troops of the Fort’s Mounted Patrol. Valid July & August.
Soak up stories of the history, art and culture of this bustling city and former fur trading post as you visit five of the cities top restaurants and taste your way to lasting memories of Alberta.Use promo code Travel Alberta for 10% off.
Known to Edmontonians as “the Leg”, the Alberta Legislature Building is a marvel of marble pillars and carved oak, beautiful Beaux-Arts architecture and stunning grounds.
The Brooks Aqueduct was built over 90 years ago by the Canadian Pacific Railway's irrigation division to serve as a vital link in its expansive irrigation network. The Aqueduct stretched the limits of engineering design and technology, and at the time, it was the largest concrete structure of its kind in the world. Like a giant centipede, it spans a shallow 3.2 km wide valley, suspending a concrete sling 20 meters above the prairie landscape. Once filled with precious water bound for the thirsty croplands of southwestern Alberta, today this national and provincial historic site holds only memories.
We have almost three acres of land comprised of buildings and artifacts from the Innisfail area dating from the 1890's until approximately 1940. We have an ice cream parlour on site with $1 cones and other treats. A tea room that can be rented for various activites, and grounds with beautiful gardens.
The Lesser Slave Forest Education Socity is a non-profit organization committed to “forest focused environmental education.”The last logger sports competition that the LSFES hosted was in 2007, when six teams competed for the title “Best Lumberjack Team”. Competition. was fierce but the winning team, Gennesse Forestry Consultants got to take home the trophy in the end. Celebrating Canada's 150th birthday, in 2017, teams from the forest industry, local timber contractors, government and the public will compete in a friendly competition for the title of "Best Lumberjack Team 2017" on the field between Northern Lakes College and the TravelLodge.
May through October, first Saturday of each month, 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (four hour hike) Hike to the ancient drive lanes with our Blackfoot guides. Hear stories of how the plains people hunted the mighty buffalo. Be prepared for an off-trail hike and dress appropriately for inclement weather. Bring lunch and a water bottle. Space is limited so register in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org. This program is not recommended for small children. Allow additional time to go through the Interpretive Centre. Regular admission plus $5.00 program fee per person. May 6 - Moon of the Flower/Crocus. June 3 - Moon of the Longest Day. July 1 - Moon of the Berry. August 5 - Moon of the Buffalo Rut. September 2 - Moon of the Leaves Falling. October 6 - Moon of the People Going to Winter Camp.
Journey into a world of art and imagination at Banff Centre Children’s Festival on Saturday, May 20. With free or low-cost activities and live shows, Banff Centre Children’s Festival is a continent of imagination where children of all ages can explore Canada’s diverse cultural communities through dance, music, and more. Featuring Dancers of Damelahamid, magician Sheldon Casavant, and Québec traditional music group De Temps Antan! Plus many free events including: storytelling, creativity rooms, circus school, family dance, and more!