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Calgary, AB Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 75
Total Sleeping Rooms 12,392
Committable Meeting Rooms* 36
Largest Exhibit Space 47,047 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 19,234 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $149
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $115
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $232
*Maximum for a single hotel

Calgary, AB Things to Do and Attractions

Calgary Tower

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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

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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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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Glenbow Museum

Located in the heart of downtown, 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 exhibits

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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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Calgary Ghost Tours

Spooks and specters of Calgary's past come alive on the unique interpretive Calgary Ghost Tours. Guests can choose from four different tours based on location: Downtown, Inglewood, Kensington and 17th Avenue. Guides, donning capes and navigating by

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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 the southeast corner of the city 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

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Fort Calgary

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The Northwest Mounted Police, now called the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, built Fort Calgary in an effort to suppress whiskey traffic along the Bow River. Guests are transported to the 1800s in Calgary on this two-hour tour as an interpretive guide

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Loose Moose

Guests find it easy to unwind and have a few laughs at the long-running improvisational theater company Loose Moose, found on the second floor of the historic 1920s Crossroads Market. Formed in 1977, Loose Moose runs a number of productions

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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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Ranchman's

One of Calgary's oldest and most popular clubs, this cowboy bar features plenty of two-stepping and country music, frequently performed by some of the most popular country entertainers such as Toby Keith and Clay Walker. To get into the swing of

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Tantra Nightclub & Lounge

For a night on the town at one of city's hottest nightclubs, visit this alluring bar located in downtown Calgary. As the self-proclaimed "Jewel of the Nile," Tantra's exotic dcor features East Indian tent-like structures, statues and a dramatic

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The Whiskey

A rooftop patio, $2 million sound system and steady stream of live entertainment are just a few of the reasons The Whiskey has firmly established itself as one the city's most popular entertainment venues and nightclubs. Illuminated glass floors and

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Wild Rose Brewery

Wild Rose Brewery opened in 1996 with a goal of brewing the wildest beer in Alberta. Bottling began in 2002, and by 2005 over 200 outlets in Alberta carried the label. The brewery moved to the Calgary Farmers' Market in 2006, where it resides today,

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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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River Cafe

Named "Calgary's Best Overall Restaurant" by Avenue magazine, River Cafe promises a taste of authentic Canadian cuisine in a stunning setting. Located on the waterfront of Bow River in Prince's Island Park, the caf is a warm, inviting spot

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Smuggler's Inn

Alberta is famous for producing some of the tastiest and most sought-after beef in the world, and Smuggler's Inn is a great place to take advantage of this fact while visiting Calgary. A classically decorated two-story lake house complete with dim

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The Ranche Restaurant

This turn-of-the-century 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

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Wildwood Grill & Brewing Company

A combination restaurant and pub, Wildwood Grill & Brewing Company offers a unique mix of sophisticated dining and a laidback pub atmosphere. The modern hunting lodge dcor meant to reflect its Western heritage features rough cut wood and stone and

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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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TELUS World of Science at Calgary

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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Devonian Gardens

This peaceful indoor park is an oasis in the heart of the city no matter what time of the year. One of the world's largest indoor parks at 2.5 acres, Devonian Gardens spans three levels of downtown Calgary's Toronto TD Square and houses more than

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Kananaskis Country

This magnificent 1,626-square-mile mountain playground is located within an hour of Calgary 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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Nose Hill Park

Nose Hill Park is one of the largest parks in North America, and the 2nd largest in Calgary. With 4.4 square miles of lush terrain, the park is an ideal spot for outdoor enthusiasts, including bikers, runners and hikers who take advantage of its 37

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Prince's Island Park

Located in the heart of downtown Calgary, Prince's Island Park offers a serene getaway from the hustle and bustle just a couple of blocks over. Lining the Bow River, the park has both a lagoon and a wetland, attracting wildlife such as geese and

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