Heritage Park - This historical village replicates the Western Canadian settlements that developed in the 1800's. Make sure to take a ride on the authentic steam locomotive.
Calgary Tower - Take in an aerial view of the city against the back drop of The Rocky Mountains from this 626-ft, scepter-shaped tower which is also home to the city’s observatory and planetarium. This famous tower was home to the Olympic flame in the 1988 Winter Olympics.
Saddledome and Stampede Park - Home to the famous rodeo the Calgary Stampede which is held here every July.
Eau Claire Market - This colourful street market sells food and handicrafts and is a great spot for shopping.
Calgary Zoo - The city zoo offers the chance to see over 1,400 animals in replicated endangered ecosystems. You'll also be able to enjoy a Botanical Garden and Prehistoric Park.
1988 Canada Olympic Park - Situated at the gateway to the Rockies, the park is a great way to experience Olympic dreams and history. There's an Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum, the Ice House and Ski Jump Complex. You can also experience the luge!
Glenbow Museum – Western Canada’s largest museum featuring over 20 permanent galleries chronicling the history of the Canadian West.