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Alberta Railway Museum

The largest railway park in Alberta – third largest in Canada – features a terminal with a station, water tank, locomotive and car shops, as well as exhibits from 1899 through the 1950s. With more than 75 train cars and locomotives, this outdoor working prairie rail yard is a fun hands-on family experience.

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is an open-air museum where costumed role-players recreate the life of early Ukrainian pioneers that settled in east central Alberta from 1892-1930. Visitors can explore more than 30 relocated and restored structures including a burdei (sod house), a one-room school, grain elevator, blacksmith shop and three churches of Eastern Byzantine Rite. Special events take visitors of all ages back to east central Alberta’s cultural and agricultural roots. No visit to the village is complete without authentic Ukrainian food.

Visual Arts Centre of Alberta

The mission of the Centre d’arts visuels de l’Alberta [Visual Arts Centre of Alberta] is to raise community awareness of the importance of the visual arts through demonstrations, workshops, exhibitions and tours. In this way, it fosters the creative development of Francophone artists and artisans.

Little Brick Cafe & General Store

Little Brick is a charming cafe in an old brick house built in 1903 in the heart of the river valley. Browse the general store shelves stocked with locally made delights!

Royal Museum of Alberta

The Royal Alberta Museum (RAM) is the largest museum in western Canada and one of the top museums in Canada. Located in the Arts District in downtown Edmonton, they collect, preserve, research, interpret, and exhibit objects and specimens related to the heritage of Alberta’s people and natural environment. The museum’s expansive permanent galleries feature engaging exhibits complemented by internationally touring features.

Alberta Aviation Museum

Journey to discover the wondrous history of Blatchford Field. Where, for almost a century, countless pioneers of flight helped develop Edmonton as Canada’s Gateway to the North. Explore the evolution of flight in Alberta – from bush planes, bombers, jets, and more! Let the Alberta Aviation Museum be part of your story. The museum is a leading steward in the preservation, education, and promotion of Alberta’s rich aviation history. Its focus is to boldly share Blatchford’s aviation stories and shine a spotlight on Edmonton as a gateway to Northern Alberta and a window to the world.

Vi’s for Pies

The pie shop is a friendly place where you can sit in or take out delectable desserts. In the bakery area you can buy a mini-cake or even a whole cake for days when you really need a dose of sweetness.

Fort Edmonton Park

So many new things to see, including the new front entry plaza and admissions area, expansion to the Midway, and the new signature exhibit, the Indigenous Peoples Experience. Fort Edmonton Park offers a variety of options so you can create your own unique experience, time after time. From stories that matter to midway fun to spending time with those you love, Fort Edmonton Park has it all. Timed tickets must be pre-purchased online.

University of Alberta Botanical Garden

Experience 97 hectares of tranquil beauty in the heart of cultivated gardens, indoor showhouses and the brand-new Aga Khan garden.