Consider joining us in preserving Alberta's railway history. Operated by volunteers, the museum is always looking for talented individuals to work on restorations, the archival of artifacts plus other projects all year round. No experience required! For more information, check out our Volunteer page.
The Art Gallery of Alberta is a centre of excellence for the visual arts in Western Canada, connecting people, art and ideas. The AGA is focused on the development and presentation of original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from Alberta, Canada and around the world.
Located in the community of Virginia Park along 112th Avenue, the park has over 100 years of history. It is filled with art works, walking paths, a formal flower garden and is a great place to have a ball game, play tennis or just relax and have a picnic.
Churchill Square was revitalized and re-opened on October 8, 2004. This was done to commemorate Edmonton’s 100th Birthday! Churchill Square is a great place to enjoy a relaxing lunch break, take a stroll with family and friends, or watch world-class performances and festivals year-round.
Downtown Edmonton is the central business district of Edmonton, Alberta. Located at the geographical centre of the city, the downtown area is bounded by 109 Street to the west, 105 Avenue to the north, 97 Street to the east, 97 Avenue and Rossdale Road to the south, and the North Saskatchewan River to the southeast.
Emily Murphy Park is on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River, and carries the name of a well known women’s rights activist. Located adjacent to Groat Road, it is nestled in the beautiful River Valley. To the east you will find pathways leading to Kinsmen Park. To the west you will find ...
Providing the best in living history, Fort Edmonton Park is nestled on 64 hectares (158 acres) of wooded parkland along Edmonton’s river valley. What began as a Canada Centennial project in 1967 to reconstruct the old Fort Edmonton, quickly grew to encompass much more.
Please note that Fort Edmonton Park is a bicycle free zone, and bikes are not allowed inside the Park. Please note: no pets are allowed on-site with the exception of guide dogs. If you’re attending an after-hours event, please note that purchasing additional admission to the park for your show is not required.
Ice Princesses. Meet the Ice Princesses and take a photo with them as you enter their frozen home. The Ice Princesses will be greeting guests outside the Ice Castles during the following times: Wednesday: 4pm-6pm Sunday: 12-3pm. The Ice Princesses will take breaks throughout the scheduled time, so please be patient and understanding with this need.
Jackie Parker Park is perfect for small groups or family picnics. The park has two fire rings with benches for camp fires and a small lake with a loop trail. Please do not swim or boat in the lake. The park has two fire rings with benches for camp fires and a small lake with a loop trail. Please do not swim or boat in the lake.
Marine Life. Explore Marine Life at Sea Life Caverns — an underground aquarium that is home to more than 100 species of fish, sharks, sea turtles, penguins, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates — and at Sea Lions' Rock, home to four California sea lions that perform daily.
The Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton's premier horticultural attraction, is nestled in the river valley and features more than 700 species of plants in 3 climate-regulated biomes - arid, temperate and tropical - and a feature biome, located within our pyramids.
The entertainment is always unique and exciting at Sea Lions' Rock, the home of our incredibly talented and crowd-loving California sea lions. Daily interactive shows give you the chance to get up close and personal with these amazing animals and learn more about them.
Welcome to Sir Winston Churchill Square! It’s business as usual on the Square throughout summer 2017. Enjoy festivals, eat, shop and play! Churchill Square was revitalized and re-opened on October 8, 2004. This was done to commemorate Edmonton’s 100th Birthday! Churchill Square is a great place to enjoy a relaxing lunch break, take a stroll with family and friends, or watch world-class performances and festivals year-round.
A ski hill may be one of the last things you expect to see in the middle of a city, but Snow Valley Ski Club is just that. Nestled in the North Saskatchewan River Valley, the two-storey mountain-style lodge provides a cozy atmosphere and is available for rental from May to early October.
SPEEDERS INDOOR PROKARTS ELECTRIC GO KARTS CALGARY EDMONTON VANCOUVER RICHMOND. SPEEDERS Indoor ProKarts is Canada’s largest indoor racing company and rated the best race track offering a safe racing experience. Both beginners and experienced drivers who like speed, will love our go kart race track.
Note Permitted activities may vary within a park. Please confirm details with park staff. This park is part of Edmonton's River Valley Trail System, connected to Rundle Park by a pedestrian bridge. See the winners of the student park design contest.
The Sunridge Ski Area Chalet is the ideal setting for your wedding or company function. Our large cedar-paneled chalet includes a dining area with a central fireplace, a dance floor, open beam ceiling, and a spectacular view of the river valley.
The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is an open-air museum telling the story of Ukrainian settlement in east central Alberta from 1892 to 1930. The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is an open-air museum telling the story of Ukrainian settlement in east central Alberta from 1892 to 1930.
Victoria Park, named in honour of Queen Victoria, is on the north bank of the North Saskatchewan River. Victoria Park is a great park for a picnic and then a game of baseball, cricket, or horseshoes. This park provides access to the pathways along River Valley Road, which are perfect for walking, running, biking or in-line skating.
William Hawrelak Park (originally Mayfair Park) is a 68 hectare park in the river valley featuring a 5 hectare lake and open grassy areas. The park hosts several major festivals and events throughout the year and is a fantastic location for all Edmontonians and visitors to explore.