Summer vacation. No passport required.

Your travel time just got a lot shorter.

Who needs the Shangri-La of tropical beaches and faraway places? Leave your passport in your drawer and discover 18 hours of sunlight, thirst-quenching patios, newly re-opened attractions and boundless outdoor experiences just waiting to be explored in Edmonton. Bust out your shades, slap on some sunscreen, and get ready for a summer vacation like no other.


As your favourite attractions, experiences and restaurants begin to reopen, be sure to continue practicing safe spatial distancing, frequent hand washing and following the guidelines put in place to keep everyone safe.

Where the Bison Roam

Art & Culture Collide

Won't you take me to dino-town?

Go wild!

You Better Believe it!

Shop 'til you drop

You’ll find everything from big-name retailers to local boutiques in Edmonton. Discover North America's largest shopping and entertainment centre, West Edmonton Mall, the legendary Premium Outlet Collection at EIA, and the local boutiques that make up the bohemian spirit of Whyte Avenue. Go on, give your wallet a run for its money! Remember to follow the health and safety guidelines put in place by each mall, outlet or boutique.

Explore Indigenous Edmonton

Hit the ground running. Or biking. Or Segway-ing...

Tip toe through the tulips

Patio Dreamin'

Look up, way up!

History Comes to Life

Bikes & Brews

Who says that beer and a little exercise can't go hand in hand? Hop on a 15 passenger U-shaped bike and pedal your way through Edmonton’s top craft beer taprooms and breweries with Urban Pedal Tours. You’ll use the power of the pedal to make your way to 3 distinct stops, while taking in the River City along the way. While cruising at a leisurely 10 km/hr. you’ll have time to enjoy Edmonton’s scenic streets, gorgeous landscapes, and vibrant urban culture.

Lovin' La Vida Local

Farmers' Markets like City Market Downtown, the Old Strathcona Farmers Market and 124 Grand Market are making it easier than ever to support local. Edmonton made jewelry, clothing, art and unique home goods are all on the menu, as well as unique food trucks, fresh produce and outdoor entertainment.

Here's a tip: stop by the market in the morning and gather a spread for a picnic lunch in the river valley. With a plethora of prime picnic spots like Hawrelak Park scattered throughout the valley, there's plenty of opportunity to take a break and play a game of Frisbee!

Click here for a complete list of Edmonton's plentiful Farmers' Markets.