Things to do in Edmonton
- 232 reviews
Having been to Edmonton I can definitely say that the Keizersgracht canal is not in Edmonton, as I have just come back from Amsterdam.
- 252 reviews
The Mountain Equipment Coop is the REI equivalent in Edmonton and in many ways does it better. Even if you'd rather be home and don't have the next big trek yet planned, it's fun to come in here, dream, and then act on it! Staff is super helpful and practical.
- 311 review
Over the last several years, I have ended up in Edmonton on business on many occasions. And although Downtown Edmonton is still a work in progress, I always make it a point to make the trip in (usally from Sherwood Park) to visit and shop (for mostly gifts) at the gallery at the Alberta Craft Council. I have never been ...
- 321 review
A great little Thursday night food truck/ food vendor/ farmers market. It's only a street block long, the laid back and friendly atmosphere makes for a relaxing after work hang out.Popular withAdventure
- 341 review
5 - 8 minutes away to Whyte Ave, the place to hang out and shop, eat, drink or just read a book and enjoy a latte. Historic site, many well known stores to shop in as well as many smaller, specialty stores along with restaurants, cafes, pubs, bars and nightclubs.
- 361 review
A multi-purpose arts theatre, it is located in the heart of the Strathcona neighborhood. In June the Edmonton International Jazz Festival features performers from all walks of the jazz scene.Popular withLocal
- 371 review
I like the style, design, and quality of Roots clothing and accessories. Their founders have done an excellent job branding the Canadian Beaver and the Roots name globally. My only issue is that Roots merchandise can be pricey. But at this Roots South Park Outlet Store, you can get some incredible deals. When in town, I always stop and usually ...
- 381 review
The old IKEA was across the street from the old Holiday Inn The Palace and was a much smaller store. When the present one opened up closer to the Airport, it was big and as Tim R. says it was all by its lonesome. And now that the Borg Collective (South Edmonton Common) has assimilated most of the surrounding prairie, ...
- 391 review
This is a fun Chapters location within a fun neighbourhoud (Whyte Avenue) and near the University of Alberta. Parking is the only issue around here and like Berkeley the meter people are relentless. The Homelessness situation also reminds me of my home in Northern California, except that the First Nations influence is much more pronounced. When I'm usually on Whyte ...
- 401 review
I played the Back 9 of the Raven Crest Golf & Country Club a few years ago as part of a United Way fundraiser sponsored by my Company's sister plant. It was great to have this charitable opportunity and have an enjoyable time with many of my Canadian colleagues. The course itself is situated on the North bank of the ...Popular withOutdoor