Add dates
Things to do in

Edmonton

Our most recommended things to do in Edmonton

Edmonton: Fort Edmonton Park Admission Ticket

1. Edmonton: Fort Edmonton Park Admission Ticket

Enjoy many fun attractions for kids and adults at Fort Edmonton Park in Edmonton’s beautiful River Valley.  Explore life through the diversity of First Nation and Métis histories, cultures, and perspectives at the new 30,000-square-foot Indigenous Peoples Experience — the first of its kind in Canada. Next, explore the fur trading era in the Fort and take a stroll through the settlement, municipal, and metropolitan eras. At the 1920s-style midway, join in the fun on the Ferris wheel, swing ride, outdoor maze, the Cabinet of Curios exhibit, funhouse, and games alley. In addition to the rides and attractions, there will be plenty of carnival-style food to enjoy and a healthy serving of photo ops. Relax in the velvet seats of the beautiful recreation of Edmonton’s original Capitol Theatre, and journey back in time on the 1919 Baldwin steam train or by riding the rails on a vintage streetcar. Relax on a wagon ride, as you immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere.

Edmonton: 1-Hour Segway Adventure in Louise McKinney Park

2. Edmonton: 1-Hour Segway Adventure in Louise McKinney Park

From the meeting point in Louise Mckinney Riverside Park, you’ll have a safety video briefing and Segway training in order to begin the tour. Along with your enthusiastic and knowledgeable expert park guide, embark on your 1-hour Segway ride through the park that is part of the North Saskatchewan River valley parks system.   Enjoy the rich history of the Chinese Gardens, marvel at the modern architecture of the funicular, venture toward the promenade, and take amazing pictures of the river valley. Explore like you've never explored before and don't hesitate to ask your guide any questions as you ride along.

City of Edmonton Helicopter Sightseeing Tour

3. City of Edmonton Helicopter Sightseeing Tour

Begin the adventure at Villeneuve Airport, located about 20 minutes northwest of the city of Edmonton. Arrive at the facility and receive a short information and safety briefing before takeoff. Use a noise-dampening audio headset equipped with a microphone so you can communicate with the pilot and your group during the flight. Soar above the city of Edmonton to get a different perspective on its sights and attractions. Fly towards the downtown core and see its many skyscrapers and landmarks including the Walter Dale Bridge, the Alberta Legislature Building, Commonwealth Stadium, Rogers Place, and the Muttart Conservatory. The 45-minute tour covers the downtown core as well as sights such as Fort Edmonton Park and the Edmonton Zoo. The tour will conclude with a quick flight back to the Villeneuve Airport base.

Edmonton Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

4. Edmonton Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

Explore the city with a friendly local who is passionate about their city and eager to share all the tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your trip. Meet where you're staying to get familiar with the neighborhood, find out about the best places to eat and buy groceries, the easiest ways to get around, and the top things to see and do. By the end of the tour, you'll feel more comfortable in navigating the city and confident you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay. During the walking tour, you will have the option of taking public transportation or taxi to get around the city. Please state if you’d like a private car included in the tour.

Edmonton: 1-Day E-Bike Rental with Helmet

5. Edmonton: 1-Day E-Bike Rental with Helmet

Rent an electric bike for the day. There are both commuter e-bikes and fat e-bikes available for all kinds of riding, suitable for both beginners and more experienced riders. These bikes go up to 30km/hr and can travel up to a distance of 150km on one full charge.  Take a look at the large map when you collect the bike to get an idea of what trails are located close to the activity provider's office. Then set off on a route of your choice and begin to explore the area with the power of an e-bike. A helmet is included in the cost of the rental and optional insurance and bike lock hire are available at an additional cost.

From Vancouver: Western Canada Self-Driving Audio Guide Tour

6. From Vancouver: Western Canada Self-Driving Audio Guide Tour

With this audioguide, you are flexible to start and end your tour wherever you want. You always have the extensive and in-depth knowledge of an experienced guide with you and can still plan your self-drive trip in a flexible way and according to your preferences. Over 310 stations with audio content of over 10 hours are waiting for you along the way. You can either listen to the audio files by clicking on the stations at the map, or you can have them played automatically via a GPS connection at exactly the right place. The Vouchercode is valid for one smartphone. You can connect your smartphone to the audiosystem of your car, so the whole travel group can listen to it while driving around Canadas scenic roads. Maybe you want to start your trip in Vancouver and learn more about the different neighbourhoods of this fascinating city? With this audioguide, you can discover many sights and places during a city walk and will get even more information about the way of live in Vancouver. Discover Chinatown, Gastown, Yaletown, the Westend, Stanley Park, the Vancouver Harbour and many more interesting spots. You will also find guides for other cities in Alberta and British Columbia, like Calgary and Edmonton. On Vancouver Island, a detailed walking tour of Victoria awaits you, as well as information on nature, wildlife, hiking, activities, culture and hidden sights all over the island. The scenic drive through the Rocky Mountains is one of the highlights on every self-driving tour in Western Canada. Drive along the Icefields Parkway and visit Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise and many more natural highlights along the way. You will get all the information you need by your audioguide along the way. For longer driving distances between the sights, there are special audio-files with in-dephts background information about the geography, economy, history and culture of Canada. Have a great roadtrip through Alberta and British Culumbia with your digital tour guide in the passenger seat.

Edmonton: International Airport Arrivals Private Transfer

7. Edmonton: International Airport Arrivals Private Transfer

1. Select the transportation service you require (choose the vehicle that better fits your needs the number of passengers and luggage. Provide the following information: Full name, flight number, pick-up date and time, and phone number. 2. Save your voucher. Print it or save it on your phone. 3. 48 hours prior to your ride, you will receive your driver's contact info. 4. 24 hours before, we will provide you with the meeting point info to meet with your driver. 5. Meet your driver at the pick-up location. 6. Present your voucher and identify yourself with the driver. 7. Each traveler is allowed a maximum of 1 suitcase and 1 SMALL carry-on bag. Oversized or excessive luggage (surfboards, golf clubs, or bikes) may have certain restrictions; please inquire with the operator prior to travel to confirm if your excess luggage is acceptable. 8. Please consider the storage capacity for luggage based on the number of passengers. For larger groups with larger items, multiple vehicles may be more appropriate.

Other Sightseeing Options in Edmonton

Want to discover all there is to do in Edmonton? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Edmonton

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 31 reviews

Very professional trip, pilot was great. I have always seen downtown Edmonton from a plane but really cool seeing it at 1000feet. Definitely recommend this.

Outstanding tour and lesson. Definitely add time if you are able to extend your time and talents on the Segway. Loved it for a 59 yr old woman. No problem.

Amazing experience! Staff was very polite and accommodating. Would definitely do it again.

My experience was great! Our instructor was excellent and the weather was very good.

We needed more than the 4 hours we had. It was so interesting!