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“West Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping mall in North America, followed by King of Prussia Mall, and the 23rd largest in the world by gross leasable area. It was the world's largest mall until 2004. Make sure to plan enough time to check out the - Galaxy land : indoor amusement park. Located in the West Edmonton Mall. Galazy Land has the world's tallest and longest indoor roller coaster, the Mindbender. - Waterpark : The World Waterpark is wet, wild, wonderful fun for the whole family. Its amazing five-acre playland is home to water slides, hot tubs, children's areas and tropical temperatures. ”
101lokala rekommendationer
“Freshly baked pastries and deserts. Also a lovely spot for a light lunch or a good strong cup of coffee. ”
75lokala rekommendationer
“Quietly enjoy the gallery or take a lively class - either way there is something for everyone at the AGA!”
71lokala rekommendationer
“Lots of boutique shops are located between 108 and 103 Street along Whyte Avenue. It's Edmonton's spot for eclectic and cool pieces.”
57lokala rekommendationer
“Pyramid shaped glass plant conservatory with four glass pyramids which each host plants from a different climate area. Not overly expensive to get into (~$12-13/person), great if your'e stuck inside on a rainy day, or to get your fill or some green plants in the winter.”
69lokala rekommendationer
“The largest Mall in North America is only 8 mins away by car! Shop, Dine, swim, skate or take in a Dolphin show!”
51lokala rekommendationer
“One can spend a few hours or even an entire day here as the numerous attractions within the park take you on a journey through history. Fort Edmonton Park is a must see attraction that provides the best in living history. The park has original as well as rebuilt structures that represent the history of Edmonton. Interpreters and actors in period costumes bring the past to life as you wander through a time that harks back to the origins of Edmonton and its trade and development. Nestled on 158 acres of sprawling space, the park encompasses the Hudson’s Bay Fort, and the Streets, which depict four time periods between 1846 to 1920. Visitors can also ride in a steam train, shop for curios; engage in games and fun activities throughout the park. Fort Edmonton Park Travel Tips Free to use picnic tables are scattered throughout the park. ATM machines are located near the train station gift shop. There are a number of vending machines and food stands in the park. Bicycles are not permitted in the park and racks are located at the front entrance of the Park. Entrance Ticket Details For Fort Edmonton Park Children (ages 2-17)- $20.90 CAD, Seniors (65+)- $20.90 CAD. Entry is free for children under two years. How to Reach Fort Edmonton Park ETS Bus Routes: 595, 596. Restaurants Fat Burger Piccolino Bistro Old Spaghetti Factory”
40lokala rekommendationer
“Most shops close at 6pm but closet mall just 4 blocks north and 2 blocks east.”
32lokala rekommendationer
“The Francis Winspear Centre for Music is a performing arts centre located in the downtown core of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Opened in 1997, it is the home of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.”
35lokala rekommendationer
“Full-service licensed bistro with small seasonal menu. Open til midnight or 1 am but the breakfast is definitely worth waking up for. Famous for their eggs benny. Drive across the river or take the LRT from the L (lower level) of the loft to University Station and walk a few blocks through the gorgeous university neighborhood.”
41lokala rekommendationer
Farmers Market
“Open every Saturday from 8am to 3pm. You can find all sorts of hand-made goods : locally grown produce, specialty foods, jewelry, decor, arts and crafts, clothing, accessories, pottery and much more.”
54lokala rekommendationer
Point of Interest
“Home of the Oilers and the most popular venue for big name entertainers and concerts.”
42lokala rekommendationer
“Winter or summer this is a great place to go even if you just want to take a slow drive around the park road. Free admission, walk around the park or rent a paddleboat on the lake in the summer, or they clear off the pond of ice-skating in the winter months! This is also home to the iconic Edmonton Ice Castle during the winter.”
46lokala rekommendationer
“Whatever your entertainment preference, the Citadel Theatre will have something to offer.”
29lokala rekommendationer
Football Stadium
“Commonwealth Stadium hosts the football games, soccer matches, concerts and lots more. There's also a full stadium Recreational facility with a pool, sauna, and full gym. Plus book gym time, courts, rooms, classes, and everything else.”
25lokala rekommendationer
Capitol Building
“Edmonton is the Capital City of Alberta. The Legislature Building is great to look at, and even more amazing to walk around the grounds on a sunny day. Throw down a blanket or just chill out on the grass.”
29lokala rekommendationer