TELUS Spark is Canada's first new purpose-built Science Centre in over 25 years and a place for people of all ages and abilities to let go and embrace the desire to explore and discover science, technology and art in new and amazing ways. Just minutes from the downtown core, an event at TELUS Spark will be as exciting as it is unique. Our special events team will work with you to create a memorable event for you and your guests.
The Calgary TELUS Convention Centre offers an incredible array of space options, services to meet any requirement, and the experienced planning support to make putting it all together easy.
The Edmonton Exposition & Conference Centre brings exceptional live experiences to this city. With a total contiguous space of over 522,000 square feet, the Edmonton EXPO Centre is unquestionably the premiere exhibition venue in Western Canada and the largest outside of Toronto. Experience the very best events and entertainment - all under one roof.
Mountain Avenue, Banff, AB T1L 1B2
Ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain to experience a bird’s eye view of six mountain ranges. Enjoy a unique mountain-top dining experience at the summit of the Banff Gondola. Take a magnificent interpretive cruise on Lake Minnewanka, the largest lake in Banff National Park. Venture out onto the surface of the Athabasca Glacier in an Ice Explorer at the Columbia Icefield.
Art Gallery of Alberta
2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, AB T5J 2C1
The Art Gallery of Alberta is a centre of excellence for the visual arts in Western Canada, connecting people, art and ideas. The AGA is focused on the development and presentation of original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from Alberta, Canada and around the world. The AGA also offers a full-range of art education and public programs. Founded in 1924, the Art Gallery of Alberta maintains a collection of over 6,000 objects and is the oldest cultural institution in Alberta and the only museum in the province solely dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of art and visual culture. The AGA recently underwent a major re-building project. The 85,000 sq foot (7,900 sq metres) new AGA opened to the public on January 31, 2010. The new Gallery features three floors of premiere exhibition space.
2 Guinns Road & Highway, 40 South, Kananaskis, AB T0L 2H0
Ideally located in the spectacular natural beauty of Kananaskis Valley, Boundary Ranch is perfect to discover the adventure and serenity of a Canadian tradition; a trail ride in the Rockies! En route, pristine views, flowered alpine meadows and abundant wildlife are just a few of the scenic wonders you’ll experience. The Kiska Lodge offers a great spot for group events, ride a horse-drawn wagon where you can view the buffalo in their paddock, or drop into our teepee for a look around.
18011 Spruce Meadows Way SW, Calgary, AB T2J 5g5
Spruce Meadows is an equestrian facility in Calgary, Alberta built by the Southern Family and opened in 1976. The international versatility of Spruce Meadows sets the stage for a truly memorable experience for you and your guests. With more than 400 acres of property, Spruce Meadows offers multi-purpose meeting and special event space complete with break-out rooms, professional support services and several options of banquet and trade show facilities.
Spruce Meadows blends imagination, sophistication and a unique atmosphere to any event.
1900 Heritage Drive, Calgary, AB T2V 1R1
All year long you’re invited to explore Heritage Town Square , which includes restaurants, shopping and the world-class Gasoline Alley Museum. Discover how the introduction of the automobile changed our culture. Hosting a party for 50 or 500? Heritage Park has a variety of unique venues, many over a century old, perfect for your event.
750 9 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5E1
Fort Calgary is located just east of downtown Calgary on a 40-acre site. Open year-round, the Fort offers Calgarians and their guests fun, interactive exhibits, tours and school programs. The Deane House Restaurant serves lunch & brunch, and features locally-influenced cuisine. The 1888 Barracks, Interpretive Centre and Deane House are available for private rentals, including weddings, meetings, banquets and Christmas parties.
Escape winter chills in the tropical gardens of the Muttart Conservatory. One of Edmonton’s most iconic structures offers a year-round escape into the beauty of the world’s plant life.
Vibrant, colourful, tranquil and inspirational, the pyramids’ display gardens are a welcome oasis for all.
The Francis Winspear Centre for Music is a performing arts centre located in downtown Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Built in 1997, it is the home of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.
It is a place where time has stopped and is waiting for you to experience life as it was through four historical periods between 1846 and 1929. Many feature films set in the old west have been shot in Fort Edmonton Park.
9828 - 101 A Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5J 3C6
The Citadel Theatre was founded on October 12, 1965, and opened with its first production, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?".
Located just ten minutes from downtown Banff, Brewster's MountView Barbecue is a corporate event and reception facility that furnishes a truly western experience. Catering to groups of 50 or more guests year-round, MountView Barbecue's friendly, capable staff serves a hearty, buffet-style meal of the famous Brewster BBQ hip of Beef.
A Western Barbecue at the Brewster Cowboy's Barbecue and Dance Barn is the ideal event for incentive or corporate groups, and special private functions. Built in 1996, in honour of the Brewster Cowboys from over 100 years, the Dance Barn provides authentic Western atmosphere and entertainment. Our reputation for quality food, service, and rustic western facilities make for an unforgettable Western Canadian experience.
West Edmonton Mall
1755 - 8882 170 Street, Edmonton, AB T5T 4J2
West Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping centre in North America with 800+ shops and services, a waterpark, skating rink, marine park, hotel and the world’s biggest indoor amusement park.
Hit historic Stephen Avenue to shop the best local and international designers. Stephen Avenue Walk is situated along 8 Ave SW (Stephen Avenue) and spans from 1 St SE to 4 St SW. It is home to 9 major shopping centres/department stores, Calgary's finest restaurants, pubs, cafes and bars, and has an eclectic mix of boutiques and galleries.
Suite 140 - 88 Canada Olympic Rd SW, Calgary, AB T3B 5R5
A not-for-profit organization, WinSport owns and operates Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, the Bill Warren Training Centre at the Canmore Nordic Centre in Canmore, Alberta, and the Beckie Scott High Performance Training Centre on Haig Glacier, Alberta. WinSport also funds two-thirds of the operating budget for the Olympic Oval, based at the University of Calgary. Money spent at WinSport facilities supports not only Canadian high-performance athletes, but introduces thousands of Calgarians to winter sports each year.
130 9 Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0P3
At the Glenbow Museum, intriguing stories from Western Canada connect with extraordinary art and artifacts from around the world. Combining a museum, art gallery, library and archives all under one roof, Glenbow boasts over a million artifacts and some 28,000 works of art in its vast collections and is one of the largest museums in Canada.
1300 Zoo Road NE, Calgary, AB T2E 7V6
Step into the heart of Destination Africa and hold a unique event in Safari Lodge Canada. Featuring detailed paintings and authentic lantern lighting, the 4000 square foot lodge comes complete with a hardwood dance floor, African-themed feature wall, and a veranda overlooking the giraffes, zebras, and ostriches. Host your business meeting, dinner or wedding inside Safari Lodge itself, or plan your next themed or Stampede event by combining the inside of Safari Lodge and the surrounding grounds of Destination Africa.
Elk Island National Park is second only to the Serengeti for the most hoofed wildlife. Feel the thrill of seeing wild bison in their natural habitat. Watch for herds of elk, and the white tailed deer and moose that roam the park. Observe the antics of the industrious beaver building a dam. If you’re in luck, you’ll spot the elusive coyote. The park protects 224 known Aboriginal sites and the aspen parkland, one of Canada’s most endangered habitats.
The abundance of animals means unbelievable photo ops. Watch for them on 80 km (50 mi) of trails along meadows, marshes, lakes, parkland, and even quicksand. Have a picnic on the beach, stroll through historic buildings or sleep under the stars - all less than an hour from Edmonton.