There are lots of things to do in Calgary, Canada, whether you are travelling for business or leisure. Our hotel is near Deerfoot Trail, a major highway with easy access to popular tourist areas such as the Calgary Zoo, CrossIron Mills mall, and the Calgary Stampede. There are lots of fun things to do in downtown Calgary in the summer, such as Country Thunder music festival and Globalfest which fills the night with fireworks. Our hotel is also close by to the Scotiabank Saddledome for Canada’s favourite game and cheer on the Calgary Flames. The Saddledome is one of the oldest arenas in the NHL and is rich with Canadian charm. Ask our friendly front desk what the locals are doing and what's worth checking out in the area!
For those travelling on business, the Global Petroleum Show is the largest oil and gas exhibition in Canada, held right in Stampede Park. Calgary is a leader in the energy field in Canada and draws 50,000 leaders and influencers to this technology exhibition.
For those interested in craft beer-Alberta Style, Railyard Brewing is a character-filled brewery with fantastic brews, a delicious menu, and a dynamic ambiance that welcomes all ages! Walk just 15 minutes from our hotel to check out one of our favourite things to do in Calgary!
Explore Calgary’s favourite science museum with interactive exhibits, hands on activities, and planetarium shows in the HD Digital Dome Theatre. Learning has never been more fun with feature programs like Energy & Innovation, Being Human, and Open Studio where you can learn how to use technology in art.
The Creative Kids Museum has a water play structure and crawling track for children under age nine. For those interested in learning more, Adult Night is the perfect occasion to explore the exhibits without kids and with a beverage. Spend the day at Telus Spark and engage with science!
Come visit 800 animals at an internationally recognized zoo. The Calgary Zoo is dedicated to conservation research and is operated by Alberta’s oldest registered charity, the Calgary Zoological Society. The zoo is open 364 days a year, and closed only Christmas Day. Come see the majestic giraffes, coiled Malagasy tree boas, and komodo dragons.
Just a short 3-minute drive or 15-minute walk away! Railyard Brewing pumps out excellent and original Alberta craft beer to sample, along with delicious food to pair with it. While maintaining a fantastic ambiance that adults will love, Railyard Brewing is also kid-friendly, so don't be afraid to bring the whole family.
Grab a flight, split a growler, or stop in for a bite to eat. You'll be intrigued to see how the establishment creatively uses 50,000 ft of rope to create a space unlike any other.
Book your stay with us today and enjoy convenient access to craft beer - Alberta style!
Welcome to the land of dinosaurs. With museums exhibits of amazing fossils, walks through archeological digs, and viewing platforms through the jaws of the World's Largest Dinosaur, travel back in time to Drumheller, Alberta!
Some of our favorite local points of interest?
Known for its glittering blue lakes and towering peaks like Three Sisters and Ha Ling Peak, Canmore is a breathtaking spectacle of Canadian scenery. Tucked away in Bow Valley amongst the Rockies, Canmore is the backdrop major films such as Brokeback Mountain, Legends of the Fall, Open Range, and The Edge.
A mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, we encourage you to visit Canmore a day of:
Visit the Canmore Nordic Centre or Elevation Place for mountain recreation and equipment rentals!
Alberta's most popular resort town, take the Trans-Canada Highway to explore Banff! A Canadian National Park and skiing hub with upscale boutiques and delicious restaurants, Banff offers the perfect harmony that travelers are looking for.
Experience a day of family fun at Calaway Park, Western Canada’s Largest Outdoor Family Amusement Park! Explore 32 rides such as the new log ride, Timber Falls, which has three high velocity drops through the Timber Falls Sawmill. Calaway Park also has a 3D theatre, tasty treats and live entertainment! Find out more about our Stay & Play package for families looking to save!
History Comes to Life at Heritage Park
Visit Canada’s largest living history experience at Heritage Park. Visit the bustling Heritage Town Square for unique shops, restaurants, and Gasoline Alley Museum with the world’s largest public collection of antique vehicles from the 1930s, ’40s and ‘50s. The 1900s Living Historical Village, 1880s Pre-Railway Settlement, and 1860s Fur Trading Fort and First Nations Encampment bring interactive exhibits to the next level with hundreds of working antiques and costumed interpreters inside historic buildings.
Explore the Great Outdoors
It’s hard to visit Calgary and spend all day indoors with so much breathtaking scenery around you. Waterton National Park is the first world’s International Peace Park. Come to look for bighorn sheep at Cameron Lake or have a traditional English tea with a view.
If you’re looking to camp in the great outdoors, Calgary borders on the UNESCO Canadian Rocky Mountain World Heritage Site. Come explore Yoho National Park, Cave and Basin National Historic Site, and Banff National Park. You will need to purchase a Daily or Annual Parks Canada Passes to enter national parks and national historic sites of Canada. There are so many fun things to do while you’re staying at our hotel in Calgary!