Olympic Plaza

The Olympic Plaza is Calgary’s focal point and represents the city’s heart. The park was designed to accommodate 60,000 spectators during the 1988 Winter Olympics and is a popular venue for community events and festivals. There are skateboard rinks, fountains, and ice skating ponds. During winter months, the park becomes an ice-skating rink. In the […]

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Peace Bridge

The Peace Bridge is a famous bridge in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is a pedestrian and cycling bridge that was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava and opened on March 24, 2012. The structure is also known as the Finger Trap Bridge because of its unique shape. Its location and design make it an iconic site

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TELUS Spark Science Centre

If you are looking for a family outing in Calgary, Alberta, you should definitely consider visiting the TELUS Spark Science Centre. This interactive museum features multimedia presentations, educational demonstrations, and interactive exhibits. The science museum welcomes over 430,000 visitors every year, including over 82,000 students. What’s more, it’s free to enter! So, why should you

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Fort Calgary

Located in the southern part of Calgary, AB, Fort Calgary was originally constructed in 1875 by the North West Mounted Police. Today, it is a popular tourist destination with numerous historical sites and attractions. In addition to being a historical site, it is also a cultural icon, attracting tourists from around the world. It was

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Calaway Park

Springbank, Alberta is home to the amusement park Calaway Park, a campground, and a golf course. The entire property is 160 acres in size, with 90 acres of amusement park. It is one of the largest parks in western Canada. The golf course is located just 4 km away, and the campground is available for

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Glenbow Museum

The Glenbow Museum is a regional art and history museum in Calgary, Alberta. It focuses on the art, culture, and history of Western Canada, especially from an Indigenous perspective. The Museum is free to enter and offers free admission to children under five years old. You can learn more about the different exhibitions by visiting

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Calgary Tower

The Calgary Tower is a 190.8-meter free-standing observation tower located in the downtown core of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. If you love heights, this Calgary attraction will surely provide you with a unique perspective of the city. The tower offers a wide view of the surrounding city and is a great way to see the city

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