5 Best Sights in Medicine Hat, Southern Alberta

Echodale Regional Park

Echodale Regional Park provides a riverside setting for swimming, boating, and fishing; it also has a 1900s farm and a historic coal mine.

1001 Echo Dale Dr. SW, Medicine Hat, Alberta, T0K 0G0, Canada
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Medicine Hat City Hall

Prosperity is embodied in the striking, glass-sided Medicine Hat City Hall, which won the Canadian Architectural Award in 1986. Guided group and self-guided tours are available.

Medicine Hat Clay Industries National Historic District Museum

There were many industries that thrived in Medicine Hat prior to World War I, but the manufacture of clay products became a booming industry that still remains today. The historic factories, equipment, and artifacts of this business have been declared one of Canada's national historic treasures, and a tour of the museum will allow you to view historic pottery, stoneware, ceramics, brick, and the equipment that was used to produce it as early as 1885. Guided tours are available.

713 Medalta Ave. SE, Medicine Hat, Alberta, T1A 3K9, Canada
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Medicine Hat Visitor Centre

The Tourist Information Centre has detailed trail maps of the preserve.

Saamis Tepee

Across the road from the preserve is Saamis Tepee, the world's largest tepee built for the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics in recognition of Alberta's First Nations people.