Canadian Prairies Tourist Attractions
The Canadian Prairies are located nestled in the middle of the country and
have many interesting places to visit. This is one adventure that is
not going to fall flat. You and your family will find plenty of attractions
The Alberta Legislature in Edmonton is open to the public daily except for
these statutory holidays: Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday. The
Edmonton Valley Zoo has 350 animals in its collection, including bighorn sheep,
arctic fox, squirrel monkeys, the snow leopard, emerald tree boa, green iguana,
Many Canadian holidays include memories of a trip to the West Edmonton Mall.
With over 800 stores as well as an indoor amusement park, a water park, an ice
skating rink, a mini golf course, and movie theatres, there is plenty to keep
you busy. Stay at the Fantasyland Hotel or the West Edmonton Mall Inn so that
you don't miss one minute of the fun.
The RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina shares the story of Canada's national
police force through a combination of temporary and permanent exhibits. The
Centre also uses interactive programming and multimedia technologies to share
information. If you are planning to visit the Saskatoon area, consider booking
passage on The Prairie Lily through Shearwater River Cruises. You'll be treated
to a voyage along the South Saskatchewan River through the downtown core of
the city on a classic riverboat. The company offers afternoon and evening cruises
that the whole family can enjoy.
Whether you spend your time learning about Canadian history on your Prairie
vacation or decide that you are going to shop until you drop in one of the most
impressive shopping malls on the planet, you will no doubt enjoy your time in
this part of the country.