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West Edmonton Mall

The story of West Edmonton Mall is the story of how a handful of visionaries took an ordinary idea like a shopping centre and turned it into a world-class destination.  At 5.3 million square feet, the Mall is the size of a small city and is accredited as a zoo.

 

West Edmonton Mall is home to more than 800 stores and services including nine world-class attractions, two hotels, over 100 dining venues, the widest variety of one-of-a-kind retailers, and entertainment for all ages. Average yearly visitation is approximately 30.8 million, making West Edmonton Mall the province's number-one tourist attraction.

Muttart Conservatory

The Muttart Conservatory is a botanical garden located in the North Saskatchewan river valley, across from the downtown core in EdmontonAlberta, Canada.

 

One of the best-known landmarks of Edmonton, the conservatory consists of three city-operated greenhouses, public gardens, as well as four feature pyramids for display of plant species found across three biomes, with the fourth pyramid hosting as a seasonal display. A fifth minor skylight pyramid lights up the central foyer.

Edmonton Valley Zoo

The Edmonton Valley Zoo is a zoo located in the heart of EdmontonAlberta's river valley. The Edmonton Valley Zoo is owned and operated by the City of Edmonton and is open 364 days a year, closing only on Christmas. The zoo is currently accredited by the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums and is one of three accredited zoos in Alberta.[3]

The zoo is home to over 350 exotic and native animals and houses over 100 different species. In 2007, the Edmonton Valley Zoo launched the Makira Conservation Fund Initiative in honour of their newly unveiled lemur habitat, aptly named the Makira Outpost after the Makira forest region in Madagascar.

Alberta Art Gallery

Celebrating its prominent location on Sir Winston Churchill Square in the heart of the Arts District in downtown Edmonton, the AGA connects the Gallery and the community, welcoming visitors to experience art first hand.

The 85,000 sq foot (7,900 sq metre) AGA is a world-class centre for the presentation of regional, national and international art, education and scholarship. The building, which opened in 2010, features:​

The Gallery in itself is a work of art that complements and completes the cultural precinct surrounding Churchill Square and solidifies Alberta’s Capital as a world-class city.

Telus World of Science

Celebrating its prominent location on Sir Winston Churchill Square in the heart of the Arts District in downtown Edmonton, the AGA connects the Gallery and the community, welcoming visitors to experience art first hand.

The 85,000 sq foot (7,900 sq metre) AGA is a world-class centre for the presentation of regional, national and international art, education and scholarship. The building, which opened in 2010, features:​

The Gallery in itself is a work of art that complements and completes the cultural precinct surrounding Churchill Square and solidifies Alberta’s Capital as a world-class city.