Alberta Provincial Parks
With its vast forests, pristine lakes, wide open prairies and the magnificent Rocky Mountains, the province of Alberta contains a diversity of natural landscapes that few other places can match.
Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area
The Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area is dedicated to protecting habitat and providing space for native wildlife in Areas located just outside the south-western city limits (Lake Mckenzie, Shawnessy, Sundance) of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Western Canada´s Largest Outdoor Family Amusement Park. Nestled in the foothills of the majestic Canadian Rockies only 10 km west of the city limits of Calgary Alberta on the Trans Canada Highway.
Calgary Aero Space Museum
The Aero Space Museum Association of Calgary is dedicated to creating a world class aviation museum. It offers educational, cultural and recreational facilities, featuring the development of aviation in Western Canada; past, present and future. The museum focuses on the achievements of Calgarians and Albertans in the field of aviation in war and peace.
Calgary Convention and Visitors Bureau
Welcome to Calgary and the Canadian Rockies. This site is dedicated to the traveller and travel planner who are looking for resource material and information about this beautiful city and the surrounding area.
Calgary Exhibition and Stampede
The seed that was to grow into the world renowned Calgary Exhibition and Stampede was planted in the fertile soil at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers in the year 1884. Now one of the Worlds Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.
Though now 30 years old, the Calgary Tower is still the 3rd tallest structure in the city and a must see on any tourist´s itinerary. Throughout the 1988 Winter Olympic Games, an Olympic Torch burned non-stop at the top of the Tower.
Calgary Winter Festival
Showcasing Calgary's arts, cultural and sporting activities. Providing all residents and visitors to Calgary opportunities to celebrate winter in their communities and throughout the city. Encouraging Calgarians to take ownership in developing the well being of their communities. Fostering support of Calgary businesses, organizations and associations, by positioning ourselves as partners in the economic development of our community.
Calgary Zoo, Botanical Garden and Prehistoric Park.
Welcome to the Calgary Zoo, Botanical Garden and Prehistoric Park in Alberta, Canada. We´re located east of the downtown area at the Memorial Drive/Deerfoot Trail interchange. It´s easy to reach us via roads, rapid transit (C-train)or the river valley pathways. You can visit us 365 days of the year!
Canada Olympic Park
Canada Olympic Park is the premiere site of the XV Olympic Winter Games where Bobsledding, Luge, Ski Jumping and Freestyle events took place. Now a year-round sport and tourist attraction, Canada Olympic Park is one of Canada´s most popular group tour destinations.
Alberta is a world class tourism destination. Enjoy the Alberta Rockies by visiting the mountain towns of Banff, Canmore and Jasper or savour the Alberta foothills from within Kananaskis Country or Waterton Lakes National Park
Situated in the heart of world renowned Banff National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Banff is home to breathtaking natural landscape and is just a short trip to world famous Lake Louise, Canmore and Yoho National Park. Skiing, mountain climbing, hiking, cycling, and wildlife viewing are just a few of the activities you can enjoy amongst the dramatic peaks of Canada´s Rocky Mountains.
Calgary is just minutes away from world class skiing and hiking in the majestic Rocky Mountains, outstanding camping and golf in Kananaskis Country and the beautiful scenery of Banff National Park. Calgary is also home to the world famous Calgary Stampede and Exhibition.
The spectacular Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is the most popular in North America, while scientists from around the globe use its unparalleled research facility. With leading modelling technology, fibre optics and computer wizardry, we have created a cultural experience of world-class recognition.
Fort Calgary Historic Park
In 1988 development of an exciting new gallery called Street of Dreams will focus visitor attention on a streetscape of Calgary during the first three decades of the twentieth century. This gallery, when viewed in conjunction with the 1997 exhibit renovations, will enhance and expand the Calgary story from the NorthWest Mounted Police arrival in 1875 to the City of Calgary in the 1930´s.
Western Canada´s foremost centre of history and art. Located in Calgary, Alberta, in the Heart of Downtown Calgary, Close to Olympic Plaza.
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.
Hours of Operation for Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump, Near Fort Macleod, Alberta.
At Heritage Park, you can. Strolling through our 1910 town, you might catch some good old-fashioned gossip at the bakery or livery stable. Hear a suffragist speak about the newly founded women´s movement. Ride an antique ferris wheel. Or thrill as a massive steam locomotive rumbles by.
Nanton Air Museum
Operates the Nanton Lancaster Society Air Museum in Nanton, Alberta, a community of 1700 people 65 km south of Calgary. A member of the Alberta Museums Association, the Canadian Aeronautical Preservation Association, and the Canadian Aviation Historical Society.
Naval Museum of Alberta
A fantastic collection of naval artifacts including three RCN fighter aircraft which flew on the decks of HMCS Warrior, Magnificent and Bonaventure.
Nickle Arts Museum
Located on The University of Calgary Campus, The Nickle Arts Museum (NAM) was founded in 1979 with a generous donation by Mr. Samuel C. Nickle, matched by a grant from The Province of Alberta.
Royal Tyrrell Museum
The Royal Tyrrell Museum Cooperating Society is a non-profit society funded to support the scientific, education, recreational and public operations of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology.
Spruce Meadows Equestrian Centre
Spruce Meadows is located in the foothills of the majestic Canadian Rockies. This picturesque complex has captivated the worldwide audience of the sport of show jumping. There is no other place like it.
West Edmonton Mall
West Edmonton Mall provides several themed parks and attractions! Nowhere else in the world can you experience so many attractions all under one roof!
To assist in educational, cultural and aesthetic pursuits connected with the Canadian Rockies through the collection, preservation, study, exhibition and interpretation of cultural resources from the Canadian Rockies.