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Snow tubing is one of the best things to happen to winter.

North America’s largest entertainment and shopping centre with 800-plus shops, dining, and world-famous attractions.

Elk Island offers the chance to hike, camp, ski or snowshoe alongside bison, moose, deer and elk.

An incredible display of winter’s nature, in one of the best viewing spots in Canada.

Edmonton's stunning new sports and entertainment gem in the heart of downtown.

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Hitch a ride on the world's highest streetcar river crossing.

Strap on a pair of skates and fall in love with the thrill and beauty of ice skating.

Cheer on the Edmonton Oilers in their new barn, ICE District's Rogers Place.

Enjoy live theatre in a setting unlike any other in Edmonton.

Savour the musical magic in the stylish, acoustically superb Winspear Centre performance hall.

Hawrelak Park is home to several of Edmonton's premier festivals and sporting events.

Ride the slopes and carve fresh powder at one of Edmonton's ski hills!

Enjoy a fun morning trying out kicksledding and tobogganing down the hill!

See Edmonton from a bird's eye view at the Snow Valley Aerial Park .

Grab the family and come explore the great outdoors.

City Hall and Churchill Square Edmonton

Skate around the pool, warm your hands by the fire, or just take in the square.

Cross country skiing Edmonton Things to do

Edmonton's expansive river valley and parks system are a perfect cross-country skiing destination.

11,000 year-old human history comes alive at the Royal Alberta Museum.

Experience old-fashioned farm fun at Prairie Gardens and Adventure Farm.

Grab a handful of fresh produce, warm baking, homemade wares and chat with the locals.

Take a walk on the wild side with programs, events and interactive exhibits all about nature.

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Hang out with long-tailed monkeys, majestic snow leopards and bamboo-loving red pandas at the Edmonton Valley Zoo.

An Edmonton Attractions Pass is your entry to 15 of Edmonton’s top attractions — and save up to 60%.

Watch future NHL stars battle it out at an Edmonton Oil Kings WHL game.

World Waterpark is the world’s largest indoor wave pool with 29º C temperatures, 17 slides and suntan optional.

Muttart Conservatory’s glass pyramids are the fragrant home to over 800 vivid plant species from around the world.

A Mecca for visual art lovers, the AGA is itself a masterpiece of architecture.

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Northern Alberta has some of the best dark sky viewing in the world.

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Challenge your friends to some board game action with snacks and drinks!

Families and adrenaline junkies have a blast on 24 rides and arcade games. Hold on tight!

Do you have what it takes to escape from one of these escape rooms?

River Valley Edmonton North Saskatchewan

Experience Edmonton's North Saskatchewan River valley – yours to walk, cycle, ski, golf, canoe and explore.

Are you up for a challenge full of gut decisions, clues and unexpected turns?

Fuel your love for adrenaline and head out to Castrol Raceway.

Calling all night elves, street fighters, solo mids and even noobs... if you like videogames, you'll love Overklocked.

Hop aboard the comfortable bus and see Edmonton like never before, with Big E Tours as your guide!

Star-studded pirouettes and arias, tragedies and comedies all come to life on the Jubilee’s stage.

Edmonton John Walter Museum

Explore Edmonton's history by visiting the John Walter Museum, Rutherford House and more!

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On the bank of the North Saskatchewan River, this iconic sandstone building is welcome to all.

Edmonton’s multi-stage entertainment hub where the city’s finest actors and comedians strut their stuff.

With exhibitions like Beyond Rubik's Cube, IMAX films, and 5 interactive galleries, you’ll go mad for science here.

Step back in time and experience what life was like in Edmonton from 1846 to 1920.

Take in a little history, and learn about the evolution of telecommunications at The Telephone Historical Centre.

View an incredible diversity of gardens at the gorgeous University of Alberta Botanic Garden.

A rush of excitement for the entire family!

Visit Jurassic Forest and witness gigantic and startlingly realistic dinosaurs in this prehistoric preserve.

Edmonton Prospects Things to do

Cheer on the Edmonton Prospects this summer!

Canada's second-largest ballet company has its roots proudly planted in Edmonton.

Edmonton Biking Things to do

Grab your bike and start exploring the many trails dispersed throughout Edmonton!

Cheer on the green and gold!

Professional soccer is alive and kicking when the blue and white mix it up.