Things to do in Calgary

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  • 1

    Calgary Tower

    27 reviews

    When this was built in the 1970s, the Calgary Tower was the tallest structure in Calgary. It is now dwarfed by a number of office towers. However, it is still a good place to visit for the viewing floor with its 360 degree view of the city or for a meal in the revolving restaurant.

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  • 2

    Calgary Zoo

    18 reviews

    See our zoo and it's amazing resilience after our devastating floods of 2013

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  • 3

    Devonian Gardens

    14 reviews

    Indoor garden inside the downtown mall adjacent to the food court. that make this particular food court a very nice and special place to eat.

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  • 4

    Prince's Island Park

    10 reviews

    Walk, ride or rollerblade

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  • 5

    Bowness Park

    9 reviews

    The park that I really like u could do fishing,boating and swimming....I always want to come here least every year we go here for get together and picnic

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  • 6

    Calgary Pathway System

    6 reviews

    7th street is the main bycicle path in and out of the city. The cottage is 1 block from the main pathways that can take you anywhere you want to go on foot, bicycle or blades.

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  • 7

    Heritage Park Historical Village

    7 reviews

    Channel your inner pioneer. This historic park faithfully recreates what Calgary looked like when the city came into being.

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  • 8

    Canada Olympic Park Bobsleigh Rides

    8 reviews

    hold on tight! This thrill-ride is one of the best in town. Great fun and a cool way to experience what a bob sled ride feels like.

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  • 9

    Pengrowth Saddledome

    8 reviews

    See the Calgary Flames in action - or the latest concert.

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  • 10


    5 reviews

    I spent the greater part of recent sunny and warm Saturday wandering around various parts of Calgary. It's been a few years since I've set foot within the "Heart of The New West", and Cow Town has certainly become more trendy and expensive. And it doesn't hurt there's a boom cycle going on in the Energy sector. One of my ...

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  • 11

    Olympic Plaza

    8 reviews

    View the city and the surrounding. those tower are always nice to visit. like the transparent floor , cool.

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  • 12

    McMahon Stadium

    5 reviews

    2012 UPDATE McMahon Stadium is owned by the University of Calgary and is where I've attended various Canadian Football League (CFL) games and cheered on the Stampeders. My most recent game featured a 44-3 blowout victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. It was a fun crowd, but no where near the stated capacity of 35,650. The CFL Grey Cup game ...

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  • 13

    Spruce Meadows

    4 reviews

    For lovers of athletic horses, this is a must visit venue. Spruce Meadows is a world class show jumping facility and hosts events which attract the world's top show jumpers. Located south of Calgary, it also offers training facilities and activities for children.

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  • 14

    Indigo Books

    5 reviews

    This is a large Canadian chain of bookshops which goes by various names, Chapters, Indigo, Indigo Spirit. Sadly, I have to like this store because there are so few other options left.

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  • 15

    kensington shops

    3 reviews

    Sunnyside is the east side of the area known as Kensington. The cottage is 2 short blocks to the centre of Kensington shops and restaurants.

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  • 16

    Central Memorial Park

    3 reviews

    Central Memorial Park (also known as Memorial Park) is Calgary's oldest park and is located in the heart of the Beltline. Remembrance Day ceremonies are held here annually on November 11. The park totals 4.7 acres and occupies one entire city block between 11th and 12th Avenues SW, bounded by 2nd and 4th Streets. In 1899, William Pierce convinced the ...

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  • 17

    CRAFT Beer Market Restaurant & Bar

    3 reviews

    The place is noisy, and food was unevenly executed. The beer list is well worth it, though. When I went, they were offering sample flights of beers, which makes sense given the diversity of their beer menu--about 100 beers on tap.

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  • 18

    Military Museums

    3 reviews

    Great place for youngsters, interactive naval displays, excellent facility

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    Fish Creek Provincial Park

    2 reviews

    Fish Creek Park is a provincial park located in the southern part of Calgary. It is one of the largest urban parks in North America, stretching 19 km from east to west. At 13.48 km2 it is over three times the size of Vancouver's Stanley Park. A variety of paved and unpaved pedestrian and bicycle trails that connect the park ...

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