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Alberta, AB Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 545
Total Sleeping Rooms 54,507
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 768
Committable Meeting Rooms* 60
Convention Center Space 150,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 104,610 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 77,474 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $174
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $129
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $336
*Maximum for a single hotel

Alberta, AB Things to Do and Attractions

Art Gallery of Alberta

Edmonton's Art Gallery of Alberta is home to more than 5,000 works that include paintings, both ancient and contemporary, sculpture, photographic works and more. This unique art gallery aims to transform visitor's understanding of the world through

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Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park

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Once known as a central meeting place for the Piikuni, the Siksika and the Kainawa—members of the Blackfoot Confederacy, Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park still attracts visitors, drawn to the archeological and cultural significance of the site.

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Calgary Tower

Since its opening in 1968, the torch-shaped Calgary Tower has been the most recognized landmark in Calgary. Built to honor Canada's centennial and encourage the city's urban renewal, the tower also housed a flame that burned 24-7 during the 16 days

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Canada Olympic Park

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The site of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games, Canada Olympic Park is a one-of-a-kind experience in the city. Depending on the season, visitors can take part in sports such as skiing and cycling at the same facility where the country's top athletes

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Dinosaur Provincial Park

Just two hours east of Calgary visitors will find a phenomenon 75 million years in the making. More than 150 dinosaur skeletons have been discovered at Dinosaur Provincial Park, making it one of the world's most successful dinosaur fossil discoveries

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Glenbow Museum

Located in the heart of downtown Calgary, the Glenbow Museum is the self-proclaimed spot "Where the World Meets the West." As one of the largest museums in Canada, Glenbow has over one million artifacts and 28,000 works of art among four floors of

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Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

Ten thousand years of history can be viewed from a new vantage point at the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. Located approximately 100 miles south of Calgary, this phenomenal lookout point is one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved communal bison

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Royal Alberta Museum

A few blocks west of Edmonton's downtown core, the Royal Alberta Museum is one of the region's most popular museums. With the mission to "preserve and tell the story of Alberta," the museum hosts a steady collection of rotating exhibits of the top

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Royal Tyrell Museum

Paleontology fans of all ages will be mesmerized at the Royal Tyrell Museum. Canada's only museum dedicated to the science of paleontology, the Royal Tyrell Museum gives an eye-opening look at the prehistoric past. Located approximately 83 miles from

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Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

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Just a short 25 minutes east of Edmonton, visitors are transported back in time to when Ukrainian settlers called East Central Alberta home. The largest bloc settlement of Ukrainians in Canada lasted from 1892 to 1930 and its heritage is preserved in

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Calgary Stampede

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Calgary is known worldwide for this 10-day festival and rodeo, taking place during the first and second weeks of July. Though the Calgary Stampede is a community organization that hosts a number of events throughout the year, the official stampede,

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Deerfoot Inn & Casino

Located in South Calgary just off of Deerfoot Trail, Deerfoot Inn & Casino offers patrons plenty of gaming options in its Vegas-style casino. With 680 slot machines, 26 tables and a dedicated poker room, gamblers have plenty of choices. The casino's

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Eau Claire Market

Located in one of Calgary's trendiest districts, Eau Claire Market invites shoppers to browse arts, gifts, clothing, food and wine amongst its dozens of specialty stores. From authentic Egyptian imports at Son of the Pharaoh to English rugby jerseys

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Elbow River Casino

Located in downtown Calgary, the Elbow River Casino combines the excitement of gaming with endless entertainment options to create a memorable night out in Alberta. The casino projects a Mardi Gras theme, but there is more to the casino than slot

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Empire Ballroom

Located in the world-famous West Edmonton Mall, the Empire Ballroom is the hottest destination for the young and hip in Alberta. Featuring six bars across four floors, the club has dancing with special effect light shows, artificial snow storms,

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Pumphouse Theatre

The Pumphouse Theatre is one of the most popular entertainment venues in the city, welcoming over 50,000 guests to one of its roughly 400 performances each season. Originally built as a pumping house for Calgary, the venue was converted into a

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Schanks Sports Grill

Fun and games rule the night at Schanks Sports Grill, with one venue in Edmonton and two in Calgary. The restaurant features a vast menu including pub food, sandwiches and steaks, as well as a full bar. However, Schanks is distinguished by the

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The Citadel Theatre

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Housed in the former Salvation Army Citadel on Edmonton's 102nd Street, The Citadel Theatre continues to be a center of culture since it first staged Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf on November 10, 1965. Known for its nice mix of musicals and dramatic

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West Edmonton Mall

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Shopping fanatics are sure to love the renowned West Edmonton Mall, the largest shopping and entertainment venue in the world. While Alberta rival city Calgary is known for having the "Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth," Edmonton touts this mall as the

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Winspear Centre

This exciting and unique center is home to a world-class concert hall that hosts numerous performances of all kinds year-round, including those by the Edmonton Symphony and Edmonton Opera, both of which call the center home. Located in Edmonton's

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LUX Steakhouse & Bar

Located in the heart of downtown Edmonton, LUX Steakhouse & Bar is an upscale urban venue that mixes traditional and contemporary looks with warm fireplaces, comfortable plush seating, dark woods and deep colors. Lunch entrees often showcase elegant

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Panorama Dining Room

True to its name, Panorama Dining Room is home to the most spectacular views in the city, as it sits at the top of the 626-foot-tall Calgary Tower. The dining room revolves 360 degrees every hour, so every diner has a chance to see the entire city

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Restaurant Le Beaujolais

In Banff, a scenic setting surrounds Restaurant Le Beaujolais, which boasts picturesque views of the Canadian Rockies. Known for its classic French cuisine, the restaurant has received accolades from Wine Spectator and the Washington Post. In the

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Rouge Restaurant

Housed in the 1891 Cross House (a designated Calgary Municipal and Province of Alberta Heritage site), Rouge is nestled on the banks of The Bow River in the beautiful and historic community of Inglewood. Selections from the banquet menu include

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The Bavarian Inn Restaurant

Fresh Rocky Mountain cuisine is on the menu at the Bavarian Inn Restaurant. Located in a quaint hamlet known as Bragg Creek, this foodie favorite is just a short 20-minute drive from Calgary. Two fireplaces warm the elegant dining rooms, while the

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The Bison Restaurant

For regional specialties within a warm, rustic atmosphere visitors to Banff should not miss a trip to The Bison Restaurant. Guests dine in style amid an elegant dining room flanked by an open copper kitchen with a line of chefs dishing delights such

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The Creperie

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Famous for its delicate French countryside cuisine and romantic ambiance, the Creperie is one of Edmonton's most celebrated and distinguished restaurants. The invitingly quaint atmosphere is complete with hardwood, brick and candlelight, reminiscent

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The Ranche Restaurant

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This 1890s ranch estate located in the public park of Fish Creek has been transformed into one of Calgary's finest restaurants. Originally built in 1896, this once-private estate home serves some of the city's finest regional cuisine with a focus on

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Amazing Field Maze

Families with children will enjoy getting lost in the Amazing Field Maze. Located south of Edmonton near the city of Leduc, this interactive attraction features a maze cut into an 11-acre corn field where visitors follow clues to discover a secret

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Calaway Park

Calgary is home to western Canada's largest outdoor family amusement park. Since opening its gates for the first time in 1982, this park has grown substantially and now encompasses 90 acres of fun and excitement with 33 different rides, live

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Calgary Zoo

Ranked among the top 10 zoos in North America, the Calgary Zoo is home to over 1,000 animals representing nearly 300 species. Visitors can see kangaroos, wallabies and bearded dragons at the Australia Exhibit; get up close with grizzly bears,

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Heritage Park Historical Village

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The Heritage Park Historical Village recreates life of a busy Alberta town in the late 19th century. Located on 66 acres along the Glenmore Reservoir, Heritage Park is the largest living historical park in Canada. Both real and re-created buildings

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Reptile World

Children and adults alike will enjoy a stop at Reptile World in Drumheller. Home to more than 200 reptiles and amphibians, Reptile World not only educates about these mysterious creatures, but also strives to preserve endangered species through

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TELUS World of Science at Calgary

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A hands-on museum, TELUS World of Science at Calgary invites children and adults alike to learn about science and technology in a fun, interactive environment. Guests can experience the wind force of a tornado, lie on a bed of 3,497 nails at the

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TELUS World of Science at Edmonton

This unique 45,000-square-foot building located in the northwest quadrant of the city is home to six different interactive and entertaining exhibit galleries as well as a cafe, concession stand, IMAX theater, boardroom, gift shop and observatory.

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Valley Zoo

The Valley Zoo in Edmonton promotes conservation and fun for the entire family. Visitors can learn about exotic animals including Siberian tigers, Bactrian camels and spider monkeys, or check out Canadian wildlife such as Bighorn sheep. Kids love

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World Waterpark

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Located in the West Edmonton Mall, World Waterpark is one of Edmonton's most popular family attractions. This five-acre indoor water park is a tropical 86°F year-round no matter what the temperature outside. Kids play on the miles of waterslides,

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Athabasca County Beaches

Just a short 90-minute drive from Edmonton are the sun-dappled sands of the Athabasca County Beaches. These lakeside beaches are perfect for swimming on a hot summer day or camping along the picturesque lakefront. Amenities include free parking,

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Banff National Park

Created in 1885 after a natural hot spring was discovered, Banff National Park was Canada's first National Park and is part of the UNESCO Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site. Known worldwide for its stunning vistas, wildlife and Mounties

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Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary

This magnificent 1,626-square-mile mountain playground is located within an hour of Edmonton and is an excellent choice for a day trip for folks who want to experience the splendor of the Rockies. Outstanding golf courses, hiking trails and fishing

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Jasper National Park

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Lovers of the outdoors have the opportunity to roam the rugged wilderness that is Jasper National Park. Spanning 4,335 square miles, the largest of Canada's Rocky Mountain Parks and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts beauty at every turn,

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North Saskatchewan River Valley

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As North America's largest stretch of urban parkland, the more than 18,000 acres of Edmonton's North Saskatchewan River Valley is made up of 22 major parks with more than 93 miles of trails, perfect for long walks, mountain biking and more. Families

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Northern Lights in Fort McMurray

Visitors from around the globe come to Fort McMurray to witness the wondrous display known as the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis). Located approximately 267 miles north of Edmonton, Fort McMurray is situated under the Aurora Borealis belt and

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Spruce Meadows

Opened in 1976, Spruce Meadows is one of the top-ranked equestrian facilities in the world for show jumping. Located on 360 acres at the base of the Alberta Rocky Mountains, the complex is currently presided over by Linda Southern-Heathcott, who was

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