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Things to Do and See in Calgary including Attractions, Museums, Nightlife,
Sights, Events, History, Arts, Theatre, Landmarks in the Calgary Alberta Area

Canada Olympic Park

At the Canada Olympic Park you can spend a whole day training like an Olympian, you can speed down slopes on a bobsled or soar over the 90-meter ski jump.

Calgary Zoo

The Calgary Zoo is home to over 1000 different types of wild animal life, including the world famous painting elephant Kamala. There is also a Botanical Garden and a Prehistoric Dinosaur Park.

Heritage Park

Heritage Park is a historical village replicating the Western Canadian settlements that developed in the 1800s.

Calgary Tower

During the 1988 Winter Olympics, a flame burned at the top of this famous building; now, it's a major tourist attraction, known for its spectacular views of the city.

Glenbow Museum

The Glenbow Museum is the largest museum in Western Canada this museum has exhibits on everything from traditions of piercing and tattooing to life in certain tribes in Western Africa to Canada's heritage.

Fort Calgary

Fort Calgary was built in 1875 as the original home to the North West Mounted Police, this 40-acre area is now a park for tourists and others to visit.

Devonian Gardens

Devonian Gardens is an indoor garden that spans three acres and is home to waterfalls, trees and thousands of plants.

Calgary Science Centre

Calgary Science Centre is a place for those who want to explore outer space through the use of telescopes, hands-on exhibits and an inventive theater.

Fish Creek Provincial Park

Fish Creek Provincial Park is one of the largest urban wildernesses in the world, with over 54 miles of trails for hiking, biking and running.

Eau Claire Market

The Eau Claire Market sells food and handicrafts and is popular for its restaurants, walkways and movie theatre.

Museum of the Regiments

The Museum of the Regiments is the largest military museum in Western Canada. The Museum features exhibits on artillery, planes and great examples of the Canadian war effort.

Chinese Cultural Centre

The Chinese Cultural Centre is a beautiful building that was modeled after the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, it houses a library, health center and an art gallery.

Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology

Since 1985, the Royal Tyrrell Museum has had a fascinating evolution of dinosaurs through it's collection of dozens of skeletons and hundreds of fossils.

Heritage Point Golf Course

The Heritage Point Golf Course is 27-hole golf course that offers three nine-hole challenges: the Pointe, Heritage and Desert courses.

Stampede Park

The Stamped Park is best known for its rodeos and chuck wagon races.

Olympic Plaza

Olympic Plaza is the site of the 1988 Olympic Games medals presentation, the plaza is a popular venue for festivals and entertainment.

Prince's Island Park

Prince's Island Park is located in the Bow River, providing opportunities to bike, hike and fish.

Nose Hill Park

Nose Hill Park is a rugged, hilly terrain full of paths and trails for hikers, bikers and runners.

Bar U Ranch National Historic Site

Bar U Ranch National Historic Site is a well-preserved and still-operating cattle ranch. Tours of the ranch's 35 original buildings are available.

Calaway Park

Calaway Park offers rides to suit all ages, with a special area just for toddlers. A corkscrew rollercoaster, log flume ride, bumper cars, boats and several other attractions are presented at the theme park.

Calgary Rental Cars - Rental Cars
January 11, 2011