The Calgary Stampede is an annual rodeo, exhibition and festival which is held in every July in Calgary. Calgary Stampede is the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth which lasts for ten days.
The Calgary Stampede is so large and big site which presents dozens of colorful activities and things to do. More than one million visitors from all over the world participate in the colorful activities and events. Read More
Take a short drive to the scenic Calgary foothills and discover a sweet experience - shopping, learning and tasting - all wrapped up in a sustainable Alberta honey farm.
There is a honey bee interpretive area where you can watch as worker bees bustle with activity in the glass observation hive.
Calaway Park is best amusement site for family tours and was built in 1982. Calaway Park is located in Springbank, Rocky View County, Alberta, 10 kilometres west of the city of Calgary on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Calaway Park is a great place to go and offers rides for all ages. Calaway Park offers a lot of attractions and activities for visitors from all over the world and Canada. Read More
Calgary Zoo is the second largest zoo in the world and is home to over 1,000 animals, excluding individual fish and insects, and 290 different species.
The animal exhibits are organized by geographic region. The current exhibits include, Destination Africa, Canadian Wilds, Australia, Botanical gardens, Eurasia, Prehistoric Park and South America. Read More
Canada Olympic Park was the premier site of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. It is currently used both for high performance athletic training and for recreational purposes by the general public. Read More