Things to do for LGBT in Edmonton, Canada
- 135 reviews
it's a hug mall....not the largest in the world but quite impressive regardless. they have water parks, theme parks, tattoo parlors, a hotel, an ice rink.... and shops, more shops...and still more shops. they even have seals and stuff....mother f'n seals. I know...go figure?!?! I enjoyed the lazy inner tube ride in the water park. Nothing like chillin in an ...Popular withFamiliesLocalDesign
- 28 reviews
Seven minutes away, current home of th Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oil Kings. Main venue for feature concerts. Connected to Northlands Park Race Track and The Edmonton Expo Centre, a world class event centre as well as Norhtlands Park, home of the summer Edmonton Exhibition, K-days, fromally Kondike Days. www.northlands.com www.edmontonexpocentre.com
- 38 reviews
I've been to Commonwealth Stadium twice to cheer on the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League. It also helps to go with friends who know the rules of this "Longer - Wider - Faster" game. And it's a lot of fun! The Stadium itself is owned by the City of Edmonton and was built for the 1978 Commonwealth Games. ...
- 49 reviews
Awesome way to spend a good part of the day. Museum is amazing and has regular changing feature exhibits and special events, also adjacent to river valley trails. Has a great cafe but also walking distance to 124 Street shopping district with shops and restaurants. Check out the website http://www.royalalbertamuseum.ca/Popular withHistory
- 56 reviews
Just a few minutes away, less than a ten minute walk. Festival City and this is the hub, adjacent to City Hall, the main city Library, the Edmonton Art Gallery, The Citadel Theatre, Winspear Centre and the City Centre Mall. Always something going on in Churchill Square. Street Performers Festival, A Taste of Edmonton(Many restaurants have booths), skating, basketball, wading ...Popular withFamilies
- 75 reviews
This art gallery was originally designed in 1968 as a Brutalist building. It has a collection of over 6,000 works of art by Canadian and international artists. The vision statement of the AGA is: "The Art Gallery of Alberta creates a welcoming and engaging environment where people are motivated to transform their understanding of the world by connecting with the ...
- 104 reviews
I like watching Canadian Football League (CFL) games and got my start watching the old Sacramento Gold Miners. Players such as Doug Flutie and Jeff Garcia have come out the CFL. The game is longer, wider, and deeper than the NFL and the rule differences (like only 3 downs, 12 men on the field, and different kicking strategies) do take ...
- 124 reviews
10 minutes away to a great place to spend a good part of the day. Much can be learned, you can sit in the cockpits of many historic airplanes, from fighter jets to ww2 prop planes to a Boeng 737, very cool. http://www.albertaaviationmuseum.com/Popular withHistory
- 164 reviews
Elk Island is a small Canadian National Park a short drive east of Edmonton off the Yellowhead Highway (#16). This park is often overlooked in favour of it's Jasper counterpart further west in the mountains. Elk Island is one of four national parks that represent the Southern Boreal Plains and Plateau natural region. It protects a portion of the transitional ...Popular withOutdoorLocalHistory
- 175 reviews
This is a historical site right next to the University of Alberta. It was the home of the first Premier of Alberta, Alexander Rutherford after he was Premier. The house is set up the same way as when the Rutherfords lived there, with a lot of actual items that belonged to the family. Make sure to follow the self-guided tour ...Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory