The Calgary Tower is a 191 metre free standing observation tower in Downtown Calgary, Alberta. Calgary Tower is the Calgary's most famous and identifiable physical landmark that was opened in June 30, 1968. The Calgary Tower was originally called the Husky Tower. Read More
Fort Calgary is located just east of downtown Calgary and is spread on 40-acre. Fort Calgary remains open year around for the enthusiasts.
Fort Calgary provides quiet, reflective, meaningful experiences to the visitors who came from all over the world and Canada. Most of the visitors are attracted by Fort Calgary’s amazing beauty.
Fort Calgary is operated as an autonomous body, separate from The City of Calgary Read More
Heritage Park Historical Village is a historical park located in Calgary, Alberta. It offers a mixture of beauty, adventure, discovery and fun.
As Canada's largest living history museum by number of exhibits, it is one of the city's most visited tourist attractions. Diverse exhibitions, an antique midway, paddle wheeler and authentic steam train are the remarkable attractions of the Heritage Park Historical Village for visitors. Read More
Shakers Fun Centre offers year round amusement for kids and families. Shakers Fun Centre offers its beautiful attractions and thrilling activities.
Shakers Fun Centre presents laser tag, arcade and carnival-style games, an indoor climbing tower and an indoor playground. Read More
The Cantos Music Foundation has a collection of over 1,000 instruments, specializing in keyboards including rare and historical artifacts.
The collection includes over 450 keyboards, and traces the evolution of the instrument from the pipe organ to modern electronic examples. Read More