The largest and most noteworthy park in Edmonton. This park will typically host all of the larger summer festivals. It's about a 10 - 15 min drive.
Great in the summer to walk around the park and there are tons of events held here.
Home of the Edmonton Ice Castles. We had a wonderful experience! We have been to this over several years, and it is great thing to do on a winter day or evening. The light is very different at different times of the day. The evening is great and the sunset can be spectacular. Well worth the price of…
Enjoy outdoor activities at this park, trails, bird watching, picnic sites, paddle boats, cross-country skiing, and ice skating. Rentals available. Accessible by car, public transit, biking or walking.
“The Muttart Conservatory is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. It is a city-operated botanical garden that has three greenhouses, four pyramids and public gardens. The four pyramids sit around a central core and were designed by British architect Peter Hemingway. They house several plants from different biomes, including Australian, Asia and Canada.”
“I personally haven't been. But it looks like a cool place, if that's what you're into :-) ”
“This is one of my favourite parks in Edmonton. There are many spots to have a picnic, or access all of the miles of river valley trails. ”
“Great day-date place. Spend a few hours walking around, seeing historic buildings and the stories that has made this great province and city! ”