Take a guided tour of Calgary via trolley, on foot or on a boat where professional guides can give you an excellent synopsis of the area’s history and current day life.
Live life in Calgary to the fullest with our Calgary attractions directory. Explore the natural beauty of Calgary, learn about its exciting history, or take the family on a new adventure. Our Calgary attractions directory lists everything there is to see and do in Calgary. From rowdy family fun to a quiet afternoon in a Calgary art gallery, you’ll see what put Calgary on the map. Read through our Calgary attractions directory now for all the must-see attractions and events in Calgary.
Located in the heart of inner city Calgary, 17th Avenue is a place where people work, live, shop and dine. You'll find over 200 locally owned and operated boutiques in this area, one of Calgary's oldest communities.
If youâ€™ve ever wanted to step into the shoes of a cowboy or cowgirl, the Alberta Boot Company is the place you want to go!
Calaway Park is Calgary's Outdoor Family Amusement Park. Enjoy 32 rides, 24 games, daily stage shows from the cast of Calaway Live, and tons of treats from one of our tasty food locations.
Canada Day in Calgary offers the best in Western hospitality and frontier spirit. From pancake breakfasts to late night fireworks, this city knows how to celebrate! Here are some suggestions for great ways to spend July 1st in Calgary.
For a unique cultural experience while youâ€™re in Calgary, take a stroll down the city streets of Calgaryâ€™s Chinatown! Located in the northeast area of Calgaryâ€™s downtown core, this Chinatown is known to be Canadaâ€™s third largest after Vancouver and Toronto.
The Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre prides itself on promoting Chinese culture as well as embracing Canadian multiculturalism, offering its facilities to all ethnic groups.
Science is all around you at this great centre. Some of the most amazing exhibits and films in North America are located in three main exhibit areas.
During 10 days of outback fun, there are tons of activities and shows to entertain the entire family! The main event is the Rodeo, which combines the roughest competitors with the toughest stock in six challenging events
Opening since 1968, the Calgary Tower is the most distinctive landmark in the city and very popular attraction for both locals and tourists.
In the mood for an exciting safari experience? A trip to Calgary would not be complete without a trip to the Calgary Zoo!
Calgary's Olympic site is best known as Canada Olympic Park. This Olympic Park offers its facilities to both high performance winter athletes as well to the ordinary, adventurous, Calgarians. Also provides its visitors with the Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum.
Experience the best of the great outdoors and the chance to ride alongside pro athletes and Olympians at the Canada Olympic Park!
Cowboy Bus is the ONLY company which offers hop-on hop-off services in Calgary. We reach every corner of the city including the Calgary Tower, Heritage Park, and the Calgary Zoo, Fort Calgary, COP and much more.
There is a full mile of lush walkways to enjoy, a sculpture court that will amaze you and a playground for the kids. Devonian Gardens is a peaceful indoor park located in the heart of downtown Calgary.
Located at the northern edge of downtown in the Eau Claire area, the Eau Claire Market is home to many restaurants and theaters. There are also many unique selections of retailers that are not usually seen in suburban malls.
Located in the southeast section of the City, The Firefighters Museum of Calgary is devoted to Calgary's local fire fighting history. Managed by retired firefighters, this museum offers a personal look into the lives of past firefighters.
When you visit the Fort Calgary Historic Park youâ€™ll see the reconstructed 1875 Fort site, an Interpretive Centre with exhibits depicting Calgary from 1875 to the 1940s and more.
With over 93,000 square feet of exhibition space in more than 20 galleries, the Glenbow Museum is at the top of Calgary attractions.
With a rich farming and ranching history, itâ€™s no surprise that Calgary would have a museum where its visitors can learn about the grain industry.
Heritage Park Historical Village re-creates all the sights and sounds of pre-1915 life in Western Canada.
This is one of North America's largest military museums! Vintage tanks and carriers are on display, and learn more through high-tech displays, galleries, and special exhibits.
Take advantage of Calgaryâ€™s pathway, the largest pathway and trail system in North America.
At the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology youâ€™ll get the chance to explore fascinating exhibits including the remains of dinosaurs and species from millions of years ago.
For 35 years Spruce Meadows has turned its passion for family fun and good sport into a venue that brings in 450,000 spectators annually.
Enjoy a historic walk along the cobblestone streets of the vibrant Stephen Avenue Walk.
Visit a part of Calgary which has thrived for over 100 years! Named after Englandâ€™s Queen Victoria in 1901, Victoria Park continues to be a booming metropolis.