Mixed-use sports and entertainment district in Downtown Edmonton.
William Hawrelak Park
A 68 hectare park in the River Valley featuring a 5 hectare lake and open meadows. The park hosts several major festivals and
events throughout the year.
Royal Alberta Museum
The Francis Winspear Centre
For Music and Arts - it's located in Edmonton's Arts District and is home to the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.
Fort Edmonton Park
Recreates its past over time.
Alberta Legislature Grounds
West Edmonton Mall
The world's largest shopping and entertainment complex, with a roller coaster, tropical rainforest and an indoor bungee jump, in addition to the over 800 stores and 20 restaurants.
St. Albert Farmer's Market
Western Canada's Largest Outdoor Farmer's Market
St. Albert Botanic Park
With five acre's of land, there are roughly 13 separate garden themes for guests to enjoy. Viewing is free, but donations are always welcome!
Lois Hole Centennial Park
Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park is located along the western edge of St. Albert and Edmonton.
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.
Art Gallery of Alberta
Celebrating its prominent location on Sir Winston Churchill Square in the heart of the Arts District in downtown Edmonton, the AGA connects the Gallery and the community, welcoming visitors to experience art first hand.
TELUS World of Science
Experience science in our interactive galleries, IMAX Theatre, science stage, planetarium, special exhibitions and much more.
Mill Creek Ravine
Mill Creek Ravine is a tributary ravine system of the North Saskatchewan River Valley that winds its way north-south from Connors Road to Argyll Road (63 Ave). There are all sorts of places to explore. It is a favourite of dog walkers, runners, and mountain bikers.