Banff National Park

The very first national park in Canada and a gem that people travel to from around the globe is just 1.5 hours from Calgary and is in the heart of the majestic Canadian Rockies. It is home to some of the most amazing natural landscapes you will ever see. From Banff’s humble beginnings as a 26 square kilometre hot springs reserve, Banff National Park now consists of 6,641 square kilometres of unparalleled mountain scenery nestled in the heart of the magnificent Canadian Rockies.

Find out more at the Banff National Park website

The Royal Tyrrell Museum

Alberta is home to one of the largest dinosaur hotbeds on the planet. Many dinosaurs have been discovered right in Calgary’s backyard. We also have a world-famous dinosaur museum located just 1 hour away from the city. The Royal Tyrell Museum is home to one of the finest dinosaur fossil collections on the planet and is in the heart of Alberta’s badlands.

The Royal Tyrrell Museum is Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the science of palaeontology. In addition to housing one of the world’s largest displays of dinosaurs, the Museum offers a wide variety of creative, fun, and educational programs that bring the prehistoric past to life.

Learn more at the Royal Tyrrell Museum website.

Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park

Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park is a world-renowned cultural, educational and entertainment centre built for the promotion and preservation of the Siksika Nation Peoples’, Language, Culture and Traditions. It is located just an hour and a half from Calgary.

Enter a stunning facility and embark upon an unforgettable journey as you delight in fantastic Exhibitions and dazzling Performances, and enjoy an exciting, authentic, Blackfoot cultural experience.

Find out more at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park website.