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Parker och natur i Edmonton

Museum
“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.”
73lokala rekommendationer
Park
“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”
45lokala rekommendationer
Park
“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
Park
“This trail is very popular. Great shelter from the wind as you wind through this trail of bridges and dirt trail around the creek. ”
16lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Edmonton has some amazing trails...head down to Terwillegar Dog Park and follow the paved path across 2 new bridges that will get you to Fort Edmonton Park...let me know if you need to borrow bikes or baby strollers!”
15lokala rekommendationer
Capitol Building
“Democracy system in action! Open for tours. Stately grounds - flower beds, water fountain/wading pool, skating rink and outdoor performance amphitheatre.”
12lokala rekommendationer
Zoo
“Very nice and inexpensive activity. Most of it is outdoor but there is also an indoor section”
12lokala rekommendationer
Park
“huge park, has trails, bike riding, volleyball, tennis courts, disc golf course etc.”
8lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Victoria Park, named in honour of Queen Victoria, is on the north bank of the North Saskatchewan River. Victoria Park is a great park for a picnic and then a game of baseball, cricket, or horseshoes. This park provides access to the pathways along River Valley Road, which are perfect for walking, running, biking or in-line skating. Offers Picnic sites, Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, Walking and cycling trails, Victoria Park Pavillion, Victoria Skating Oval, The IceWay, and Playground Baseball diamond.”
10lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Looking for adventure? Check out this fantastic place. It's a hidden gem and the neighbourhood is a real treat too. Stunning views and great hiking/walking.”
9lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Great little park with trails that connect to the river valley and lots of BBQ spots.”
6lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Take a stroll on the promenade, take pictures by the Chinese architecture or just enjoy the view of the North Saskatchewan river. ”
6lokala rekommendationer
Park
“A perfect place to go for a nice stroll with paved paths and benches throughout.”
5lokala rekommendationer
Ski Chalet
“Aerial trekking tower that has 100+ games and challenges on three levels. Suitable for kids.”
3lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Predominantly an off leash dog park, there are miles of walking and hiking trails throughout the park and alongside the North Saskatchewan River. If you like the outdoors, this is a must see while in the area. ”
5lokala rekommendationer
Park
“This is a great park where you can walk along the river. Also if you love animals there's an off leash dog park!”
6lokala rekommendationer