Rendezvous Canada 2024

Let’s head north to Treaty 6 Territory – Amiskwacîwâskahikan and Métis Region 4. Let’s try something different, a little off the beaten path. Let’s embrace the new and wonderful and play on the fringes. Let’s take in a show, get a game going, and get together for a festival…or two. Let’s invite the neighbours; let’s invite the world. Everyone’s welcome.

Welcome to Edmonton/ Amiskwacîwâskahikan

Attractions and Experiences

There is no shortage of things to do in Edmonton, whether you're visiting in the summer, winter or any season in between.

Prepare for your Trip

From how to dress to where to stay, we've got you covered. Get ready for your adventure in Edmonton and learn about how to make the most of your time visiting Festival City.

Book Hotel

Does staying in a 100-year-old castle tickle your fancy? How about a modern boutique inn, or jazz-age hotel within a living history museum? Edmonton's got that and everything in between. Find the perfect place to lay your head after a long day of exploring.

Discover the city

On the hunt for the best things to do in Edmonton? You've come to the right place. Lose yourself in the immersive experiences at the Royal Alberta Museum or the Art Gallery of Alberta, breathe in the glory of the Northern Lights from our dark sky preserves, or embrace the excitement of West Edmonton Mall.

Explore Edmonton Presents

This collection of captivating short stories celebrates the vibrant spirit found only in Alberta's capital. Experience the beating heart of our city through extraordinary encounters, featuring Edmonton's arts and culture scene, nightlife, iconic attractions and festivals, as well as our city's Indigenous and 2SLGBTQIA+ communities!


Indigenous Peoples, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis, have traditionally inhabited northern Turtle Island (known today as Canada) for generations. Through Indigenous tourism, entrepreneurs and communities share their ways of life with visitors from around the world.

In the area surrounding Edmonton, there are many Indigenous tourism businesses to explore, from guides and knowledge keepers to artists and chefs. They represent many different Indigenous nations and have plenty of incredible experiences to share with those who wish to learn more about the richness and diversity of Indigenous cultures found here.