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Alberta Aviation Museum

11410 Kingsway NW, Edmonton
780 451 1175

Alberta Aviation Museum

Admission Rates

Adults $15.00

Students & Seniors (60+) $12.00

Youth (13-17) $10.50

Children (6-12) $9.50

Family Pass* $37.50

Journey to discover the wonderous history of Blatchford Field. Where, for almost a century, countless pioneers of flight helped develop Edmonton as Canada’s Gateway to the North. Explore the evolution of flight in Alberta; from bush planes, bombers, jets and more! Let the Alberta Aviation Museum be part of your story. 

The museum is a leading steward in the preservation, education and promotion of Alberta’s rich aviation history. Its focus is to boldly share Blatchford’s aviation stories and shine a spotlight on Edmonton as a gateway to Northern Alberta and a window to the world. 

Witness interactive displays and an extensive collection of over 30 historical aircraft, all housed within an authentic WWII air hangar. The museum is a top travel destination for families and travelers looking for unique experiences and inspiring tales of Alberta’s tenacious aviation spirit.

Alberta Aviation Museum

Monday 10 am - 5 pm
Tuesday 10 am - 5 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 5 pm
Thursday 10 am - 5 pm
Friday 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

Alberta Legislature

9718 107 St NW, Edmonton
780 427 7342

Discover Alberta’s vibrant parliamentary history and culture through our interactive and engaging Visitor Centre, which is located on the main floor of the Edmonton Federal Building.

Plus, enjoy an amazing Canada Day event, on the Legislature Grounds, all day July 1.


The Legislature Building is open 362 days a year, and our knowledgeable Heritage Interpreters are always pleased to welcome you. Tours of the Legislature Building are offered to all ages. Topics covered can include the levels of government; the roles of the Lieutenant Governor, Premier, Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly; a brief political history of Alberta; the daily Routine followed in the Chamber; parliamentary traditions and ceremonies; and the art and architecture of the building itself. Tours last approximately 45 minutes.







Wednesday 11 am - 4 pm
Thursday 11 am - 4 pm
Friday 11 am - 4 pm
Saturday 11 am - 4 pm
Sunday 11 am - 4 pm

Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions

4611 47 Ave, Stettler

Trains depart late morning, early afternoon

From $120–$185 adult, $75–$120 kids, prices depend on the date and nature of the trip you choose.

Alberta Prairie offers an exciting one day adventure on board a real steam or diesel-powered train. Different themes are enacted throughout the season, including murder mysteries, family, live stage show, seniors and teddy bear specials. For a day full of activities which is truly different and interesting, read on!


Alberta Railway Museum

24215 34 St NW
780 472 6229

A rustic outdoor display of railway equipment and buildings. The museum replicates a small terminal with station, water tank and shops.  The main emphasis is on cars and locomotives from the Canadian National Railways (CNR), Northern Alberta Railways (NAR) and industrial and short line railways.

We regret that not all of the museum’s grounds and collection are wheelchair accessible. Baby and child strollers are not recommended for touring the site. Plan to bring a carrier.

When you visit the museum be prepared to do a lot of walking and climbing stairs. Sandals and open-toed shoes are not suited to the walking tour.

Self‐guided tours of the museum are available, using a grounds map. These tours may last approximately 90 minutes.


  • Adults – $15.00
  • Students (13-17 years) and Seniors (65+) – $10.00
  • Children (3-12 years) – $6.00
  • Children under 3 – Free
  • Family (2 adults plus 3 children) – $36.00


  • Train rides – $6.00 (when available)
  • Speeder (Motor car) rides – $3.00 (when available)

OPEN WEEKENDS 10 am – 5 pm


Camrose & District Centennial Museum

4522 53 St, Camrose
780 672 3298

Explore the main building and twelve outbuildings to see some of the history of Alberta.


Tues – Sun 10 am – 5 pm


Canadian Energy Museum

50339 HWY 60 South Leduc County, AB T9G 0B2
866 987 4323


  • Adult $6 / Senior $4
  • Youth (6-12) / Students $4
  • Children under 5 are free
  • Family (2 adults + 2 kids) – $15
  • Visiting outside grounds is welcome upon paying standard admission.

Canadian Energy Museum offers a hands-on education: climb aboard a working oil rig; enter the World’s Largest Drill Bit; create alternative energy in the Learning Lab, and learn just how important this resource is in your day to day life.

Open Tues – Sat   9 am – 4 pm


Clifford E Lee Nature Sanctuary

51306 RR 264, 5 km North of Devon on HWY 60

Located 33 km southwest of Edmonton’s city centre, the Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary protects 348 acres of marshland, open meadow, aspen parkland and pine forest. The varied habitats of the Sanctuary attract a diversity of animals, including more than one hundred bird species, and provide excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing.

Click here for Visitor guidelines


Edmonton Ghost Tours

10322 83 Ave
780 289 2005

A ghostly walk through Old Strathcona, where we stop in front of certain buildings, houses, and shops that have reported ghosts, hauntings, murders, and mysteries. They are all true stories that come from area residents and business owners. The tours are hosted by a veteran storyteller with 12 years of experience. Held all summer long, the tours are a great outing for the whole family. The Old Strathcona Ghost Tour is 1 hour long.

Where: 10322 83rd Ave Edmonton, AB (Meet in front of Rescue Statue directly next to the Walterdale Theater)

When: Please arrive at 6:45pm. Tour starts at 7pm.

Adult Ticket (16+)


Kids (15 and younger)