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  • 1. Studio Bell National Music Centre

    East Village

    This 160,000-square-foot building resonates with the sounds of music and activity, drawing visitors up through five floors of acoustically and visually distinct exhibition, performance, and...Read More

  • 2. Calaway Park

    Springbank South

    In the foothills,10 km (6 miles) west of Calgary, is western Canada's largest outdoor family amusement park. It includes live entertainment, miniature golf, a fishing...Read More

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  • 3. Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre


    The focal point of this ornate building in the heart of Chinatown is the Dr. Henry Fok Cultural Hall; the column details and paintings include...Read More

  • 4. Calgary Olympic Park

    Aspen Village

    One of the sites of the 1988 Winter Olympics, Winsport operates this year-round attraction. Summer activities include bob-sleighing, mountain biking, and downhill karting. In winter...Read More

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  • 5. Calgary Stampede

    Arts/Performance Venue

    International attention focuses on Stampede Park each July for the rodeo events of the Calgary Stampede. ...Read More

  • 6. Calgary Tower


    The views from this 191-meter (626-foot) scepter-shaped edifice take in the city's layout, the surrounding plains, and the face of the Rockies rising 80 km...Read More

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  • 7. Calgary Zoo, Botanical Gardens, and Prehistoric Park

    Inglewood | Zoo/Aquarium

    The zoo, on St. George's Island in the middle of Bow River, is one of Canada's largest, with more than 1,400 animals in natural settings. The...Read More

  • 8. Central Library


    Architecture buffs should plan a visit to Calgary’s newish central library. When it opened in 2018, it was one of Architectural Digest's most anticipated buildings...Read More

  • 9. Central Memorial Park


    This is Calgary’s oldest surviving public park and a shady respite from the frenetic energy of the Beltline. A cenotaph and two statues memorialize Canadian...Read More

  • 10. Devonian Gardens


    Above the CORE Shopping Centre, this balmy 2½-acre enclosed tropical roof garden provides a welcome escape from the business of Downtown. It holds 20,000 trees...Read More

  • 11. EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts

    Downtown Commercial Core | Arts/Performance Venue

    The complex of four theater spaces and a state-of-the-art concert hall was pieced together in the 1980s incorporating the historic Calgary...Read More

  • 12. Fort Calgary Historic Park

    East Village | Museum/Gallery

    The fort was established in 1875 at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow rivers by the North West Mounted Police. Designed to stop Montana whiskey...Read More

  • 13. Grain Academy


    You can wander the Stampede Park grounds and visit the free Grain Academy, an interesting small museum in the Roundup Centre that proclaims...Read More

  • 14. Heritage Park

    Eagle Ridge

    On 127 acres of parkland beside the Glenmore Reservoir, Heritage Park is Canada's largest living-history village. More than 200 exhibits, hundreds of costumed staff and...Read More

  • 15. Lougheed House


    One of the few surviving examples of a grand sandstone prairie mansion, Lougheed House is the former residence of some of Calgary’s most influential citizens,...Read More

  • 16. Municipal Building

    East Village | Government Building

    Reflected in the angular, mirrored walls of this building are several city landmarks, including the stunning City Hall, a stately 1911 sandstone...Read More

  • 17. Olympic Plaza


    The site of the 1988 Olympic Games medals presentation, the plaza is a popular venue for festivals and entertainment. The wading pool is turned into...Read More

  • 18. Peace Bridge


    With it’s bright red hue, webbed walls and glass roof, the once-controversial Peace Bridge has become a cultural icon of Downtown; because of its tubular...Read More

  • 19. Prince’s Island Park


    Prince’s Island Park is a beautiful festival park that hosts the Calgary Folk Festival and the city’s Canada Day celebration. It’s easily accessible by foot...Read More

  • 20. Riley Park

    A couple of blocks to the north of Kensington's major concentration of shops, bars, and restaurants is this large green space with big trees and...Read More

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