Things to do in Calgary

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  • 1

    Calgary Tower

    27 reviews

    That's the symbol of Calgary, its beautiful & well maintained, one can find food court, shopping complex & many more...

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  • 2

    Calgary Zoo

    18 reviews

    This is a large and very good zoo with well organized areas for the different animals, reptiles, etc. The one fun thing lacking were penguins but that changed in 2012.

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  • 3

    Devonian Gardens

    14 reviews

    In 1977 the City of Calgary opened the Devonian Gardens which was Alberta's largest indoor park. The park included artwork, water features, fish and a variety of tropical flowers. In 2012 the City of Calgary re-opened the Devonian Gardens and if you are looking for artwork, water features, fish and a variety of tropical flowers then you should not bother ...

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  • 4

    Prince's Island Park

    10 reviews

    Such a beautiful park, so much going on a specially in the summer, and it's located right beside the bow river !

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  • 5

    Bowness Park

    9 reviews

    wonderful park for picnics, canoeing, just hanging about in nature

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  • 6

    Calgary Pathway System

    6 reviews

    Cycling and walking on Calgary's pathways Calgary's communities, parks and natural areas are connected by an extensive network of pedestrian and cycling paths that are available for all to use whether for walking, running, rollerblading or cycling. In fact, Calgary has the most extensive urban pathway and bikeway network in North America. For details, see:

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  • 7

    Heritage Park Historical Village

    7 reviews

    Urban history in Calgary is relatively short compared to eastern Canada and anything in Europe, but Heritage Park is an attempt to recreate life in early Calgary which basically means the early 20th century. It can be a fun place for kids to ride the paddle wheel boat, the old carousel or buy old fashioned candy treats.

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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

    The home of the Calgary Flames ice hockey team is also the venue for concerts and other events. No one really goes just for the location. It depends on what is happening there.

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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

    I say I like this location but that is when there are events going on. It is across from City Hall and built as a venue for medal presentations during the 1988 Winter Olympics. Unfortunately, it can also be an area with a number of homeless and inebriated individuals hanging around the area at all hours of the day when ...

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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

    The cottage is 2 blocks from Memorial Drive which runs along the Bow River. The memorial park and Peace bridge are located 2 blocks from the cottage and provide a lovely walking route.

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  • 17

    CRAFT Beer Market Restaurant & Bar

    3 reviews

    Great food, beer and vibe. The new hangout place in town.

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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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