AS THE SUMMER SEASON DRAWS TO AN END, MAKE SURE TO VISIT EDMONTON’S MOST ADORED ATTRACTIONS BEFORE THEY CLOSE THEIR GATES UNTIL 2024.
University of Alberta Botanic Garden | Closes October 9
This relaxing oasis is located a short drive outside the city. Stroll through the peaceful gardens one last time and explore the Kurimoto Japanese Garden, the Aga Khan Garden, the Patrick Seymour Alpine Garden, and the Indigenous Garden. Plus, you can look forward to the 2024 season, which will feature special summer events.
Fort Edmonton Park | Closes September 17
Don’t miss your last chance to be taken back through time with this favourite Edmonton attraction. Home to costumed interpreters, award-winning exhibitions, and lots of opportunities to learn, Fort Edmonton Park is your one-stop shop for experiencing Edmonton’s rich past. Make sure to check out the Indigenous Peoples Experience, which highlights the diverse experiences of First Nations and Métis peoples in amiskwaciwâskahikan.
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village | Closes September 4
Immerse yourself in the vibrant local history at this living history museum. Dedicated to the contributions of Ukrainian Canadians, the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village features costumed interpreters, restored buildings, and much more to explore! Plus, make sure to grab a delicious meal featuring all your favourite dishes from the concession.
Snow Valley Aerial Park | Closes September 30
Unleash your inner daredevil with a visit to this unique aerial obstacle course. There’s a variety of games to explore, including the coal car, snowboard balance bridge, and more! Afraid of heights? Don’t despair–there’s a selection of games that are easy to complete while still staying close to the ground.