Breakfast at Little Brick Little Brick is a charming cafe in an old brick house built in 1903 in the heart of the river valley. Here you can enjoy a fresh cup of coffee and one of the best eggs benedict in town. Whether you find a spot in the living room, dining room, or in the backyard, you'll feel like you're sitting in an old friend's home.
Explore the Royal Alberta Museum Now that your belly is full, it’s time to explore the new Royal Alberta Museum. The museum is Western Canada’s largest, bringing you more than 82,000 square feet of history! Don’t miss the artfully curated gift shop – you can purchase some of the greatest finds this city can offer, from local artists, restaurants, and artisans.
Segway with River Valley Adventure Co. Edmonton’s river valley is 22 times the size of New York's central park and has over 150 km of trails that are waiting to be explored. Hop on a Segway and explore the great outdoors with your certified guide.
Lunch at Situation Brewing Cross the river and head to Old Strathcona, one of Edmonton’s trendiest neighbourhoods. While here, grab a bite to eat at Situation Brewing, Old Strathcona’s first fully-functioning microbrewery. They have a great lineup of beers that are all brewed onsite!
Shop ‘til you drop at West Edmonton Mall Welcome to the Mt. Everest of shopping and indoor entertainment in North America. Spanning the equivalent of 48 city blocks, West Edmonton Mall is part entertainment complex, part shopping and dining destination.
Step back in time at Fort Edmonton Park Depart on an iconic journey through Edmonton's rich history, from Fur Trade to the Roaring Twenties! Coming in 2021, the new Indigenous Peoples Experience will allow visitors to learn about First Nations and Métis peoples, who will recount their history in their voice. Please note: Fort Edmonton Park is currently closed and will reopen in May 2021.
Dinner at RGE RD If fresh is what you're looking for, RGE RD is certainly where you'll find it. Driven by a passion for Alberta’s abundance of quality produce, Chef Blair Lebsack’s philosophies around using local, healthy and ethical food was the foundation of his dream to build an urban gathering place where the farm dictates the menu.
Catch a show in the Arts District Not quite ready for bed? We’ve got you covered! A hive of live theatre, the Citadel is Edmonton’s multi-stage entertainment hub where the city’s finest actors and comedians strut their stuff. Live theatre not for you? Instead, savour the musical magic of the talented Edmonton Symphony Orchestra at the Winspear Centre.