Things to see and do - Cardston
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Cardston Travel guide
Cardston : Michelin's recommendations
Bisected by Lee Creek, this small town, 25km/16mi north of the Montana border, in an important Mormon centre. It was founded in 1887 by Charles Ora Card, a son-in-law of Brigham Young, and his followers, who arrived by wagon from Utah. Cardston’s economy is agrarian-based, and the city is justly proud of its million-dollar agricultural and equestrian centre.
Tourist attractions Cardston : Things to see and do
623 Main St.
The Remington Carriage Museum houses one of the most comprehensive collections of horse-drawn vehicles in North America. The pioneer spirit is originally depicted by way of a collection of beautifully restored covered wagons, stage-coaches, a travell..
This imposing white granite structure was completed in 1923 and is one of the few Mormon temples in Canada. The Mormon doctrine is based on the Bible, The Book of Mormon and Joseph Smith's writings. In Canada the Mormons are largely concentrated in A..
848 Main Street CDN - Cardston AB T0K 0K0
A microwave and a refrigerator are featured in every guest room at this Cardston motel. Free WiFi is provided in all areas. The US border is 14 minutes’ drive away. A TV and a seating area are offered in all rooms at Flamingo Motel. A private bat..