Fodor's Expert Review Central Memorial Park

Calgary Historical

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 soldiers who fell in various 19th and 20th century wars. At the east end is Central Memorial Library, a national historic site, which was constructed in 1910 with financial support from the Carnegie Foundation.

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1221 2 St. SW
Calgary, Alberta  Canada

403-260--2600

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