Art Gallery of Alberta
The Art Gallery of Alberta is a museum dedicated to excellent and innovative practice in programming, stewardship, and presentation of visual arts in Western Canada and across the nation.
West End Gallery
Established in 1975, the West End Gallery is a second-generation business with second-generation clientele. From the outset, the gallery has striven to showcase the works of leading Canadian artists, including painters and glass artists.
Located in the heart of Edmonton's Gallery district on beautiful 124th street, The Daffodil Gallery is home to around 40 contemporary artists, many of whom are from Edmonton and the surrounding area. Working in a variety of styles and media the gallery offers new and established art collectors an eclectic choice of fine artwork from sculpture to paintings, jewelry to glass work.
Alberta's parks inspire people to discover, value, protect and enjoy the natural world and the benefits it provides for current and future generations.
Bicycle in Edmonton
The City is changing the way we engage citizens in bike route decisions. Citizens will have more say in how and where to build bike routes.
Edmontons Activities, Parks & Recreation
Find the fun in Edmonton and get involved!.
Newcomers Club Directory for Alberta
Welcome Ladies! We are a non-profit organization which welcomes women who are new to the city. Members meet monthly and enjoy a topic which is related to the season or to getting to know Edmonton.
The Running Room
The Running Room is proudly a family-owned company. It originated in 1984 out of founder John Stanton's wish to purchase quality running shoes from someone knowledgeable about the sport. New to the sport of running, John had a thirst for knowledge as well as a desire to buy the right product.
National Parks are a country-wide system of representative natural areas of Canadian significance. By law, they are protected for public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment, while being maintained in an unimpaired state for future generations. National Parks have existed in Canada for well over a century.
Commonwealth Stadium seats 60,000 fans and is the home of the Edmonton Eskimos.
Telus World of Science, Edmonton
TELUS World of Science - Edmonton inspires life-long learning as we create a positive science and technology culture in our region. We motivate people to learn about and contribute to advances in science and technology to strengthen themselves, their families, and their community.
Edmonton Radial Railway Society
Edmonton Radial Railway Society, is the operator of historic streetcars at Fort Edmonton Park and across the High Level Bridge in Edmonton.
Fort Edmonton Park
What began as a Canada Centennial project in 1967 to reconstruct the old Fort Edmonton, quickly grew to encompass much more. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Rotary Club of Edmonton and the Fort Edmonton Foundation, the Park now includes the 1846 Hudson’s Bay Fort as well as the Streets of 1885, 1905, and 1920, depicting the evolution of Edmonton’s early history.
The City of Edmonton owns and operates three 18-hole golf courses and a driving range, each located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton's beautiful river valley.
Head Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is an archaeological site known around the world as a remarkable testimony of the life of the Plains People through the millennia. The Jump bears witness to a method of hunting practiced by native people of the North American plains for nearly 6,000 years.
Jasper National Park
Jasper is the gentle giant of the Rockies. Offering visitors a more laid-back mountain experience - with equal options for adventure, discovery and relaxation. As one of Canada’s oldest and largest national parks, established in 1907, Jasper was once seen as an island of civilization in a vast wilderness.
Syncrude Oilsands "Worth a Visit"
?Syncrude employs 5,000 people directly and an average of about 3,500 contractor employees. Our operations provide jobs for many more thousands of people directly and indirectly across Canada.
Edmonton Valley Zoo
Nestled on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, the Edmonton Valley Zoo is a small and intimate zoo that provides authentic and engaging animal experiences.
West Edmonton Mall
West Edmonton Mall is home to more than 800 stores and services including nine world-class attractions, two hotels, over 100 dining venues, the widest variety of one-of-a-kind retailers, and entertainment for all ages. Average yearly visitation is approximately 30.8 million.
With Edmonton Dining you can search for excellent Edmonton restaurants.
The first Sorrento restaurant was opened in 1979 in the Castle Downs area of Edmonton with very limited financial resources, but lots of "sweat" equity. These were difficult years, but through hard work, perseverance and personal sacrifice, the business first survived, and then thrived. In 1986, the first Sorrentino's opened and is still in operation today, as one of five Sorrentino’s restaurants.
The Creperie is a unique affordable French Style Restaurant. Voted "Most Romantic Restaurant", the Creperie's atmosphere is cozy and warm with its small intimate rooms and flickering candlelight.
The Citadel Theatre is recognized and respected as a national centre of excellence in production, creative development,and audience engagement
–the artistic and cultural heart of our community.
Edmonton Ukrainian Male Chorus
The Ukrainian Male Chorus of Edmonton was formed in 1984 with the objective of developing, promoting and fostering a greater appreciation for the traditions of Ukrainian choral singing.
Edmonton Movie Guide
A comprehensive information site about movies playing in Edmonton.
Edmonton Philharmonic Orchestra
We are a community orchestra of about 50 amateur musicians. We rehearse every Monday eveniing from September to May and give four to eight concerts each season. One of our goals is to perform for people who might not otherwise hear a live orchestral performance. The concerts we give at local hospitals and seniors’ residences support this goal.
Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
In the last 60-plus years, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra has taken its place as one of Canada's foremost orchestral ensembles. Its current roster includes 56 musicians from Canada and around the world, performing a wide-ranging repertoire from the great classical masterworks to pops and family concerts.
Francis Winspear Centre For Music
Built in 1997, it is the home of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. The center is named after Dr. Francis G. Winspear, who donated $6 million to the construction of the facility - the single largest private donation to a performing arts facility in Canadian history.
Shadow Theatre is a thriving, respected and well funded theatre whose home is a modern, fully equipped Varscona Theatre. We choose the finest plays from around the world which will move our audience's hearts and open their minds.
U of A Studio Theatre
featuring Canada's leading university theatre students.
Volya Ukrainian Dance Ensemble
The Volya Ukrainian Dance Ensemble is a registered not-for-profit organization, established in 1989 by a small group of highly-accomplished dancers, many of whom had studied in Ukraine.
Alberta Aviation Museum
Discover how Northern Alberta's rich aviation history was made in your community, making Edmonton: “The Gateway to the North”.
John Walter Museum
The John Walter Museum offers a variety of experiences. Located in Kinsmen Park, there are pools, recreation facilities, walking and biking trails, and picnic and playground areas are nearby. Spend a lovely afternoon taking a self-guided tour - we have informative information panels that will enrich your experience.
Kalyna Country Ecomuseum
Kalyna Country Ecomuseum is dedicated to the preservation of the unique history, natural beauty and culture of east-central Alberta for all those who experience it.
Museums at The University of Alberta
The University of Alberta Museums is a distributed network of 29 diverse museum collections located in faculties and departments across campus where they are used daily in teaching, research and community outreach programs.
Royal Alberta Museum
the Royal Alberta Museum is one of Canada's most popular museums. Set in a park just west of downtown, the Museum offers a full range of exhibitions and activities for every age level and interest. Feature exhibitions at the Museum are changing all the time.
Royal Tyrrell Museum
The Royal Tyrrell Museum is Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the science of palaeontology. In addition to housing one of the world’s largest displays of dinosaurs, the Museum offers a wide variety of creative, fun, and educational programs that bring the prehistoric past to life.