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7 Best Places to Visit in Alberta, Canada!

Alberta is home to five UNESCO World Heritage Sites and some unique and gorgeous scenery, ancient glaciers, waterfalls, and lakes. However, the combination of historical and cultural attractions with modern cities like Calagory and Edmonton offers excellent fun ideas for Alberta. Continue reading our guide of the top 7 best places to see in Alberta.

7 Gorgeous Places to Visit in Alberta

  1. Louise and Moraine Lake
Canoeing & Kayaking in Banff, AB | Banff & Lake Louise Tourism

These two gorgeous lakes are the top attractions of Alberta, which are located in the famous Banff National Park. However, the bright blue Moraine and Louise both are glacier-fed lakes, where you can rent a canoe and paddle on the water. Apart from this, the tourist town of Banff offers a lot more to explore, including spectacular mountain scenery, major ski resorts, and wild animals like grizzly bears, black bears, wolves, caribou, and elk.

2. Athabasca Falls

Athabasca Falls | Alberta Canada

Over thousands of years ago, a glacier slowly tore down through the mountains and formed a waterfall named Athabasca falls. The 23 meters high waterfall is located in Jasper National Park, one of the biggest parks globally, and covers around 10,878 square kilometers. Some of the other highlights of Jasper national park are Maligne Lake, Mount Edith Cavell, Angel Glacier, and Maligne canyon

3. Icefield Parkway

Icefields Parkway between Banff and Jasper [The ultimate guide]

Rent a bike and take a glacier adventure tour at the  Icefield parkway and Columbia Icefield Glacier. Once upon a time, the Canadian mountains were covered with ice, which turns into over 100 gorgeous glaciers. Watching the flashes of sparkling blue ice, which are over 20 thousand years old, can be the star moment of the show

4. Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology

Black Beauty' and 'Hellboy' the dino stars of Drumheller's Royal Tyrrell  Museum | CBC News

The Royal Tyrrell Museum is situated in the town of dinosaurs, Drumheller. You have to travel around 140 kilometers from Calgary to reach this historical museum to find various species of dinosaurs inhabited in the region. It also preserves and presents the paleontological history of the region with some of the most extensive displays of dinosaur skeletons. If you are a fan of Jurassic Park or a science lover, it’s one of the must-see places to visit in Alberta.

5. National Music Center

Calgary's National Music Centre is a multi-purpose monument to Canadian  music - The Globe and Mail

If you are a super music lover, then here is the perfect travel destination for you, where you can explore famous art studios of music recording, musical education, and history. However, you will also get the opportunity to learn music skills and watch the live music concerts of some famous singers.

6. West Edmonton Mall

West Edmonton Mall – The Largest Mall in North America – Roaming with Wally

The most prominent Canadian West Edmonton Mall is one of the best places to visit in Alberta. However, the entire region stays colder throughout the year, but here you will get a chance to escape from the cold and do some fun indoor activities. With a world waterpark, mini-golf, an aquarium with live shows, a bowling alley, movie theaters, stores, and restaurants, this mall involves everything that you need to double your trip enjoyment.

7. Calegory Tower

The Calgary Tower | Family Fun Calgary

The Calgary tower is also one of the must-see places in Alberta, which offers outstanding views of the mountains and the direct view down over the city from the glass floors. Don’t forget to visit the Sky 360 restaurant, which is located at an elevation of 155 meters and offers the most incredible views.

Make Your Trip Most Memorable

Here is the list of 7 places to visit in Alberta, which needs around 3 or 4 days to explore. Therefore, we highly recommend planning your trip for at least a week to explore the entire Alberta.

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