Calgary Attractions & Things To Do
Find something interesting to do or see in or near Calgary. Our city offers a good selection of attractions and venues where you can learn something new or just have a day of fun. Scroll through our list of activities to find something you're interested in. Add Your Activity
Aero Space Museum4629 McCall Way NE
The first aviation museum in Calgary, The Air Museum of Canada was founded in 1960 but was largely a collection of privately owned aircraft. Disbanding in 1971, the museum's aircraft and assets were turned over to the City of Calgary and housed at the city's Planetarium for safekeeping and display. In 1975 the Aero Space Museum Association of Calgary was registered as a non-profit, charitable, organization and assumed the care and upkeep of these artifacts.
Alberta Campgrounds, Hikes and Nature. AlbertawowThroughout Alberta Canada
Find a campground near Calgary, go for a hike or visit a nearby point of interest. Albertawow contains excellent information and related photo galleries.
Botanical Gardens of Silver SpringsSilver Springs Community
The Botanical Gardens of Silver Springs is without doubt one of the Seven Wonders of Calgary, Alberta. It boasts 1350 square meters (14 600 square feet) of gardens which includes a spectacular Wall Garden that runs an uninterrupted 1300 feet.
Bow Habitat Station and Fish Hatchery1440 17A St SE
Visit Alberta's largest fish hatchery and discover what it takes to raise millions of trout each year. Explore hands-on exhibits, feed the fish, go fishing in the trout pond and hike the interpretive trails. The experience will leave you hooked.
Butterfield Acres FarmCountry Hills Blvd NW
Get the family out for a bit of fresh air and some wholesome farm experiences! Discover the joy and wonder of the farm environment, always new experiences and discoveries as you follow the animals thru the seasons. Group parties, birthday parties and year round bookings available.
Calgary Science Centre220 St Georges Drive NE
The culmination of over a decade of planning, design and construction to bring Calgary's new kind of Science Centre to life has lit a spark of wonder and excitement in Southern Alberta. Facilitators fuel curiosity. Exhibits and programs ignite a sense of wonder and excitement.
City of Calgary Recreation Programs. Information and RegistrationSeveral Facilities Located Throughout Calgary
403-268-3800, option #1
Your guide to adventure is here. The Spring & Summer Recreation Program Guide is now on stands and online. The City of Calgary Recreation offers more than 12,000 registered programs and 55,000 drop-in opportunities to help you have your most adventurous season yet! Some of the unique offerings for spring and summer include: hula hoop, triathlon training, sailing lessons, new golf value packs, rock climbing and summer day camps, there is really something for all Calgarians, of all ages, to explore. And while the guide is full of fun and different programs to try, classic favourites like swimming lessons, gymnastics and yoga are also included to keep you and your family active, and make sure you have fun while doing so. Explore City of Calgary Recreation or to start customizing your season of adventure, visit My Rec Guide.
City of Calgary Recreation Ongoing EventsSeveral Facilities Located Throughout Calgary
403-268-3800, option #1
City of Calgary Recreation ongoing events offered throughout the city. Weekly family events, badminton, basketball, drop in soccer, rock climbing wall, gymnastics, swimming, preschool activities and children/youth activities. Check out our ongoing events by selecting the home icon above.
City Of Calgary Summer Nature Camps2425 9 Ave SE
City Of Calgary Summer Nature Camps. The City has been leading nature summer camps at the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary for a number of years. Our experienced educators are experts in a variety of fields including bird-watching, wildflowers, natural history and more.
Calgary Zoo1300 Zoo Road NE
The Calgary Zoological Society is a charitable organization that relies on your donations. Visit the Penguin Plunge, the Prehistoric Park, the Canadian Wilds and the Conservatory & Gardens. You may make some new animal friends. Create a unique experience every time you visit by taking in some of our free daily programs at the zoo. Meet with a zookeeper or zoo interpreter to learn about the zoo’s amazing animals – see a skull, feel some fur or hear a great story!
Canada's Sports Hall of Fame169 Canada Olympic Road SW
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is an international award-winning facility with over 40,000 square feet of inspiring experiences. Located at Canada Olympic Park (COP), site of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame features 12 galleries, more than 50 hands-on interactive experiences and a collection of more than 95,000 artefacts. It is a place of honour for the 548 inducted sport legends and the 62 sports they represent. Our mission is to share the stories of the achievements of our Honoured Members so that we can inspire all Canadians to be the best they can be in all aspects of life. Please visit our web site to learn more about our education programs, facility rentals and corporate retreats.
Chinese Cultural Centre,197 First Street SW
Outstanding Architecture modeled after the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, houses a library, health center and an art gallery.
Cobb’s Corn Maze and Family Fun Park,1500 84th Street NE
We’ve got more than a full day’s worth of family fun activities here, Corn mazes, hay bale, rope and fence mazes, giant puzzles, life-size board game, hay rides, mountain slide, playgrounds, pedal carts, crafts centre, Bouncy World with bouncy houses and obstacle courses, amusement rides, great food, party rooms and so much more.
Dancenergy Dance Lessons#3 1305 33 Street NE
Can You Feel It. Fun & easy dance lessons for all ages. Ballroom, Latin, Country & Swing. Learn to dance for weddings, parties or just to meet people.
Eau Claire Market202, 200 Barclay Parade SW
Eau Claire is a favourite place to stroll, shop and savour. The pathways that wind through Prince's Island Park and along the river form the recreational hub of downtown. Eau Claire offers visitors an indoor playground, shops, restaurants, bars and cinemas.
Etiquette CampsCity Wide
In our tech-saturated society, the human tone of interacting can often be lost. Etiquette camps (5-7 & 8-11 yrs old) will help children be confident in knowing how to treat others well. Using role-plays, games & crafts, the children learn that respectful attitudes lead to respectful actions & words. For more information, visit our web site by clicking the house icon above or email.
Fort Calgary750 9th Avenue SE
In the fall of 1875 the North West Mounted Police built a small wooden fort at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers, and laid the foundation for the city that became Calgary. They came to bring law and order to the west, to stamp out the whiskey trade, and to befriend the First Nations peoples in preparation for the treaties that would open the land for settlement. The hopes, dreams and values of that time are still evident in the city we enjoy today.
Genesis Centre of Community Wellness7555 Falconridge Blvd NE
Welcome to the Genesis Centre of Community Wellness, a 225,000 square foot, $120 million multi-purpose complex built to enrich the health, wellness, and unity of communities in Northeast Calgary. NECCS (North East Centre of Community Society) within the Genesis Centre encompasses half of the facility and includes two indoor field houses, gymnasiums, multi-purpose spaces, meeting rooms, community kitchen, and outdoor soccer fields.
Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park Foundation255001 Glenbow Road
Looking to escape the city? Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park provides a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. Just 45 minutes from downtown Calgary, and open from sunrise to sunset, each and every day of the year, the park boasts almost 30km of trails. Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation offers a wide variety of activities for everyone, including golf cart tours, park talks, and family nature programs. Come out soon and Experience Glenbow!
Griffin Valley RanchBox 789
Imagine spending the day exploring the rugged wilderness in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains on horseback.
Heritage Park1900 Heritage Dr SW
Heritage Park is a first class tourist attraction and a year-round education, catering, and convention facility. Discover How the West was Once at Canada’s largest living history museum. Explore our year-round exhibit, Gasoline Alley Museum, and find out how the introduction of the automobile changed our culture. Heritage Park Historical Village first opened its gates on July 1, 1964. Since opening its doors, the Park has grown into one of Calgary’s premier tourist attractions.
Jubilee Auditorium1415 14th Avenue NW
Originally built between 1955 and 1957 as a gift to the people of Alberta, the mandate of the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium is to provide a place of celebration where community spirit and cultural enrichment thrive. Today, the rejuvenated Jubilee Auditorium continues its tradition of public service. In addition to playing host to the world through exciting performances, the Jubilee is Southern Alberta’s premier event space.
Loose Moose Theatre1235 26th Ave SE
The Loose Moose Theatre Company presents weekly performances in our wonderful theatre on the 2nd Floor of the Crossroads Market - South West Entrance, 1235 - 26th Ave. S.E.
Musica Academy-Yamaha School Ltd.Two Locations NW and SW
Musica Academy is an authorized Yamaha school in Calgary. We offer high standard keyboard, piano, violin, guitar, flute, and voice lessons in group or private settings. Teachers are Yamaha certifite and provide a wide range of musical styles. We have two convenient locations at 200 Country Hills Landing NW, and 1935 37 street SW (Westbrook area). Call to book a free demo class or an interview.
The Military Museums4520 Crowchild Trail SW
Discover the victories, tragedies, and sacrifices of the Canadian Forces. Experience life at the helm in a Second World War wheelhouse, walk through a First World War trench and witness a bomber squadron's mission over enemy territory. The Military Museums is dedicated to representing Canada's navy, army, and air force and educating the public, particularly youth, about Canada's military.
Olympic Oval2500 University Dr NW
Once the training grounds of the 1988 Winter Olympics, this 450-meter indoor track is now open to the public.
Spruce Meadows18011 Spruce Meadows Way SW
This picturesque complex has captivated the worldwide audience of the sport of horse show jumping in Calgary.
Stampede Park1410 Olympic Way SE
The greatest outdoor show on earth with midway rides, rodeos and chuck wagon races.
WTM Fitness Ninja Camp for KidsSuite D6, 2561 Calais Ave SW
WTM’s Kids Summer Ninja Camp is for all levels and runs weekly from July 6 to August 24. In camp kids will learn kickboxing, Muay Thai, self-defense and weapons. We teach respect, discipline, and resiliency; all while having fun and getting fit. Ninja camp is a safe environment and taught by highly trained professionals. For information and to register call 403-685-3487. Also check our regular Kids Class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.