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  • 1 Fort Edmonton Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Fox Dr. at Whitemud Dr CDN - Edmonton T5T 6E7

    Rambling along the ravine of the North Saskatchewan River, this park re-creates the history of settlement in Edmonton. Board the vintage train (free; continuous service) to reach Fort Edmonton, the 1846 fur-trading post. Inside a high palisade, the b..

  • 2 Royal Alberta Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    12845-102nd Ave CDN - Edmonton T5N 0M6

    This complex occupies an attractive site in a park overlooking the river beside the former residence of Alberta's lieutenant-governor. Two galleries are reserved for international exhibits and temporary displays. On the main floor is the Habitat Gall..

  • 3 Telus World of Science Edmonton Interesting

    Museums and art

    11211 142nd St. CDN - Edmonton T5M 4A1

    Visitors climb the stairs to the North Gallery, where a forensic science exhibit allows museum-goers to listen to police interviews, take fingerprints and even solve a crime. In the Discovery Zone, children get to make their own constructions from so..

  • 4 Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Interesting

    Museums and art

    On Hwy. 16 CDN - Edmonton T6G 2P8

    Displays in the visitor centre provide insight into the mass migration of Ukrainian people to the Canadian Prairies. Homestead development-from early sod-covered dugout to whitewashed dwelling-is explained in detail by costumed interpreters. The vill..

  • 5 Art Gallery Interesting

    Museums and art

    2 Sir Winston Churchill Sq CDN - Edmonton T5J 2C1

    Constructed in 1969, this modern building, with its open central stairway, presents regularly changing and permanent exhibits. The development of Canadian art is traced by a selection of works from the gallery's 4,000-piece permanent collection. Youn..

  • 6 Muttart Conservatory Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    9626-96A St. CDN - Edmonton T6B 1B4

    The four glass pyramids of this striking architectural ensemble provide a fine setting for displays of some 700 plant species from three different climatic zones-tropical, temperate and arid. One pyramid is reserved as a showplace for changing displa..

  • 7 Legislature Building Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    10800-97th Ave CDN - Edmonton T5K 2B6

    The yellow sandstone Alberta Legislature building (1912) occupies the original site of Fort Edmonton. The main entrance (north side) leads into an impressive hall from which a stairway ascends to the legislative assembly. The fifth floor of the dome ..

  • 8 West Edmonton Mall

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    170th to 178th Sts.. 87th to 90th Aves CDN - Edmonton T5T 4M2

    Covering over 483,000sq m/5.3 million sq ft, this leviathan shopping/entertainment complex is the largest in the world. Fronted by an animatronic fire-breathing dragon, it encloses an amusement park, full-size skating rink, waterpark, two hotels and ..

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