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This cosmopolitan city located in Alberta, Canada is home to beautiful landscapes, a picturesque skyline and a dynamic array of experiences that allow both visitors and Calgarians to live in the moment.

Calgary has more hours of sunshine than any other major city in Canada, making it a great destination any time of year. The city delivers a bold, welcoming energy with an ever-evolving list of "must-see" attractions, new experiences, adventures and memories.

It's a vibrant center that combines the best of all worlds: cosmopolitan with casual, outdoorsy with urban and Calgarians are known for being ultimate hosts fostering a destination that is welcoming, innovative and experience-rich.

If you’re not sure where to start planning for your clients' next adventure, this is the perfect place to learn all about Calgary and don't forget to book with our exclusive limited-time deals!

Whether your clients are looking to make memories with their kids, get active or appeal to the history buffs and scientists in their family, Calgary’s got something for everyone. 

Invite your clients to discover the revitalized "Wild Canada" area at the Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo, where they can visit the polar bears in their all-new Polar Bear Habitat.

They can also shop and dine in the large Calgary Farmers’ Market West indoor market full of curated, gourmet and hand-crafted goods year-round.

Tick some adventures off your clients’ bucket list at WinSport — the ultimate destination for outdoor fun! From thrilling mini golf courses to North America's fastest zipline and an exhilarating mountain bike park, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. 

To soak in panoramic vistas of the city and the Canadian Rocky Mountains, guests can ascend to the Calgary Tower's observation deck, perched 191 meters high.

History buffs won’t want to miss the largest living history museum in Canada, Heritage Park Historical Village, with costumed interpreters, historical buildings, rides, activities and events that will immerse them in the time period from 1860 to 1950.

Music aficionados can explore five floors of exhibitions that tell the story of music in Canada, celebrate music icons at the multiple Canadian Music Halls of Fame and rock out with the interactive instrument installations at Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre.

Culture enthusiasts can discover the Stampede story all year round at Sam Centre, where interactive exhibits and energizing experiences bring the history and stories of Stampede to life.

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Calgary's Top Attractions

Calgary Indigenous and Western Heritage

Alberta’s history is shaped by the rich cultural heritage of First Nations people, who inhabited the land for more than 10,000 years before the arrival of Europeans. Today, Indigenous people keep their ancestors’ memories and traditions alive by sharing historical artifacts, cuisine, stories, demonstrations and sites that continue to be culturally significant. 

Discover locally made, authentic, traditional Native artwork from artists across Canada including art, jewellery, clothing, and footwear at Moonstone Creation.

While the Calgary of today is a modern and sophisticated urban center, the city has its roots as a western outpost populated by cowboys, railmen, ranchers and outlaws. 

Pull on your boots and get ready to discover signs of the city’s western heritage at Calgary's signature annual event, the Calgary Stampede, including concerts from some of the biggest names in rock and country music, an epic midway, unique food, family friendly programming, First Nations culture at Elbow River Camp and the spectacular Grandstand Show.

Rainy Day Guide

Explore all Calgary has to offer at these must-visit indoor spots.

Sip a local beer in the Barley Belt located in the southeast of the city and home to several craft breweries. 
Sample dishes at one of the city's best restaurants and a local hotspot, Deane House, offering Canadian fare made with garden-fresh ingredients. 

Get a history lesson at the Military Museums, the second-largest military-focused museum in Canada or at the Hangar Flight Museum, an under-the-radar gem that’s dedicated entirely to Western Canada’s aviation history.

Make your rainy day an art-filled one and visit as many Calgary galleries as you can, including Contemporary Calgary, Esker Foundation and the Alberta Craft Gallery.

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