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50Km(30 miles) east of Edmonton on Yellowhead Hwy #16. Elk Island, established in 1906 as Canada's first federal wildlife sanctuary, is home to large herds of elk, bison and moose, an information centre, golf course, campground and hiking/cross country trails.

Address 50 km(30 miles) east of Edmonton on Hwy 16, Site 4, RR 1, Fort Saskatchewan, AB   T8L 2N7
Phone 780-922-5790

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Museum
Summer Hours:
10 am - 5 pm daily (June - October)
Winter Hours:
10 am - 5 pm, Thursday - Sunday (October - June)

Admission:
$6.00 Adults
$5.00 Seniors & Students
$13.00 Families
Children 5 and under FREE
Groups of 10 or more receive a 15% discount

Guides enter free, Tax Free Gift shop, Bus parking, Wheelchair accessible.

Our Historical Gallery includes exhibits on the fur trade, pioneers, the railways and early tourism in Jasper National Park. Among the artefacts on display are Curly Phillips’ canoe and the ice axe recovered from Mount Alberta.

Address PO Box 42, 400 Bonhomme St., Jasper, AB   T0E 1E0
Phone 780-852-3013

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Follow the trails of history and adventure in east-central Alberta. Kalyna Country is the ultimate day trip and getaway from the Edmonton region. Located between Edmonton and the Saskatchewan border, experience cultural and historical sites, wildlife viewing, outstanding recreational activities, vibrant communities, exciting events, unique roadside and award-winning attractions.

Address PO Box 496, 4922 - 52 Ave., Vegreville, AB   T9C 1R6
Phone 1-888-452-5962

Located only 25 min. east of Edmonton along Yellowhead Hwy #16. This award-winning outdoor living museum tells the story of the settlement of Ukrainian immigrants in east central Alberta from 1892-1930. Costumed role-players portray authentic pioneers. Over 30 historical buildings bring Alberta's history to life. Numerous special events.

Address Hwy 16, Located only 25 minutes east of Edmonton along Yellowhead Highway, Lamont, AB
Phone 780-662-3640

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Whatever the season, the natural beauty of Wabamun’s Waterfront Park is waiting for you. This popular day-use park includes a water spray park, large playground for children, beach, picnic facilities, public washrooms with change rooms, and a full-size boat launch for access onto Lake Wabamun.

Phone 780-892-2699

This is a quaint brewery and taproom just 10 km out of Edson. They serve a light lunch, pints, growler fills and branded merchandise.

Address 53527 Range Rd 181A, Yellowhead County, Alberta   T7E 3T7
Phone 780-517-7008

The scenic Devonian Botanic Garden is located within 30 minutes of downtown Edmonton - five kilometres north of Devon on Highway 60.

Address Located on Hwy 60, 5km north of Devon, AB, Devon, AB
Phone 780-987-3054

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This 170,000 sq. ft. centre has amenities like an arena, cultural pavilion, art gallery, fitness centre, and meeting and banquet facilities.

Address 8700-84 St., Fort Saskatchewan, AB   T8L 4P5
Phone 780-992-6400

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Squash, racquetball, tennis, curling rink, skating rink as well as event rental spaces available.

Address 303 Bonhomme St., Jasper, AB   T0E 1E0
Phone 780-853-3381

NEW Fitness Centre, swimming pool, steam room, whirlpool, wade pool and waterslide.

Address 305 Bonhomme St., Jasper, AB   T0E 1E0
Phone 780-852-3663

Library is temporarily relocated to the Jasper Arena on Pyramid Lake Rd due to renovations.

Address 500 Robson St., Jasper, AB
Phone 780-852-3652

The three original homes of early Edmonton entrepreneur John Walter are on display, featuring a number of free Sunday activities such as old-fashioned games, bread-making on a woodstove, and fun, games and lemonade. Open Sunday 1 pm - 4 pm. Admission by donation.

Address Located by the Kinsmen Sports Centre, Edmonton, Alberta
Phone 780-496-8787

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Mount Joy Snow Resort your Family Fun Facility 20 Minutes Southwest of Lloydminster AB.

Address Box 10555, Lloydminster, Alberta   T9V 3A6
Phone 780-745

Experience a living museum which reflects local history, Western Canadian pioneer life and much more! Visit the art gallery with changing monthly exhibits promoting local artists as well as artists from all over Alberta and Canada. The Homesteader’s Kitchen is known for fresh bread, homemade soup, and our many varieties of pies, made daily. Alongside the Multicultural Heritage Centre stands the Oppertshauser House, built in 1910. Currently this old house is home to our “General Store” Gift Shop.

Address 5411 51 Street, Stony Plain, Alberta
Phone 780-963-2777

Guided tours provided from 9 am - 4 pm Tuesday through Saturday. Archive tours Tuesday 9:30 am - 11:30 am and Saturday 9:30 am - 2:30 pm. The Farmer's Market is located at the grain elevator site every Saturday until the last Saturday before Christmas.

Address 100 Railway Avenue, Spruce Grove, AB   T7X 3A4
Phone 780-960 4600

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Canada’s largest telephone museum features hands on and interactive displays recounting the history of the telephone from 1885 to present. Admission $2 donation. Tue to Fri 10 am - 3 pm; closed Sat. Sun & Mon.

Address 10440-108 Ave., #114B-Prince of Wales Armouries, Edmonton, Alberta   T5J 2J1
Phone 780-433-1010

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Address 134 St. & Buena Vista Rd., Edmonton, AB   T5J 2R7
Phone 780-496-8787

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Early artifacts and photos as well as the International Police Museum, a collection of badges and memorabilia from police forces around the world. Mid May to Mid Sept, Sun to Fri 1 - 5 p m; by donation.

Address East of Vegreville at Hwy 16A bridge, Vegreville, Alberta
Phone 780-632-7650

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Historic CN Building houses a restaurant featuring Ukrainian dishes with other selections. There is also a tea shop on the premises, and the building is also a conference centre.

Address 4922-52 Ave., Vegreville, AB   T9C 1R2
Phone 780--632-2288

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Giant dragonfly roadside attraction stands 20 feet tall with a wingspan of 30 feet. It's made entirely of recycled materials (such as airplane wings, propane tanks and a metal light standard.)

Address Box 240, Wabamun, AB   T0E 2K0
Phone 780-892-2699

At 5.3 million square feet, West Edmonton Mall is Alberta's top tourist destination. Experience the unique convenience West Edmonton Mall has to offer as you enjoy exclusive shopping, fine dining, exciting entertainment, thriving nightlife and luxury accommodations, all under one roof. Whether you're traveling with family, friends or on business, West Edmonton Mall offers it all — over 800 shops and services, 100 eating establishments, nine world-class attractions including the world's largest indoor amusement park and the world's largest indoor wave pool and much more to make your stay an unforgettable experience.

Address 1755, 8882-170 St., Edmonton, AB   T5T 4J2
Phone 780-444-5321

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Edmonton's premier concert hall, it's home to Edmonton Symphony Orchestra as well as the magnificent Davis Concert Organ.

Address 4 Sir Winston Churchill Sq., Edmonton, AB   T5J 4B2
Phone 780-428-1414