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25 attractions

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Year round

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

Tour the Edmonton River Valley on a Segway, mountain bike or stand up paddle board!

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

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See a part of Edmonton's history at the outdoor Neon Sign Museum.

A sophisticated neighbourhood in the heart of downtown, 4th Street offers trendy shops and unique boutiques.

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

Indulge in the fine local foods and beverages of Edmonton while touring around the city on bike!

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

Cool off in the City Hall pool during the summer months or skate on the ice rink in the winter!

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

ESO is an innovative orchestra with a flair for symphonic music in offbeat genres.

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

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

124 Street Edmonton

Specialty shopping, artisan shops and fantastic independent restaurants make 124 cosier.

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Free outdoor fitness led by elite athletes. Year round, rain or shine. Just show up!

Add a little hoppy, frothy goodness to your day and journey through Edmonton's craft beer scene.

Come along for a walk to learn about Chinatown’s past, present, and future.

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

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

Edmonton Prospects Things to do

Cheer on the Edmonton Prospects this summer!

Put the "Fun" in Funicular and ride along the bank of Edmonton's North Saskatchewan River Valley

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

Take a walking tour of Edmonton’s must-eat gems from bacon and brews to desserts and brunch!

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

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