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At the top of our list would have to be the second biggest mall in North America – West Edmonton Mall. This massive space is home to over 800 stores, 2 hotels, 100 restaurants, and 9 attractions. Of which includes Birds of Paradise – paddle boat swans that are perfect for date night, Galaxyland – an amusement park that holds over 27 rides and play areas, World Waterpark – the world’s largest wave pool, located in a tropical oasis with an average temperature of 31 degrees and much, much more. The only problem you’ll have with this mall is finding the time to fit everything in!
Take a hike in Edmonton
Next we have Edmonton’s River Valley Parks. Like Edmonton mall, it’s a humongous piece of land composed of 20 different parks – of those, containing 22 ravines, 11 lakes, golf courses and different nature centres. When it’s warm out, it’s a great place to bike, hike, or camp whereas in the winter, the hiking trails become ski trails and four hills are turned into downhill snow slopes. Along with those, there’s also Elk Island National Park and Hawrelak park to visit for different picnicking sceneries and trails, too.
Check out a festival
Did you know that Edmonton is also known for being Canada’s Festival City? The reason for this is because of the multiple summer festivals that take place every few days starting from May to the end of September, and then also the winter festivals that start in November and continue every week until the end of March – not to mention the concert and music festivals in April and October. Some of these festivals include Sustainival which is a carnival powered completely by green energy, Taste of Edmonton, KULTURA Edmonton Filipino Festival, and many more.
Stroll through Edmonton’s museums
Take a look at one of the many museums in Edmonton and you’ll definitely learn something new. The Royal Alberta museum located in Downtown Edmonton, just north of City Hall and the largest in western Canada. In it features expensive galleries showing Alberta’s natural and cultural worlds, showcasing objects and specimens related to the heritage of Alberta’s people and natural environment.
Fort Edmonton Park is the largest living history museum in Canada. It explores Indigenous people’s experience, the fur trade era, the settlement era, the municipal era, and the metropolitan era by including both original and rebuilt historical structures. By bringing its visitors through time, they’re able to see how these time periods have affected us now today.
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