Rogers Place where some of the best hockey can be watched and concerts to attend
Home of the Edmonton Oilers, Edmonton Oil Kings, and a popular concert venue. Easy to access on the LRT.
Hockey games, concerts, rodeos, cirque du soleil, and much more. This place rarely takes a night off.
Check out what's on at Rogers Place, many big name artists playing in this beautiful new facility downtown.
Home of the Edmonton Oilers! Also hosts a number of concerts and events throughout the year.
Easily accessible by LRT, or a quick drive. Brand new stadium home to the Oilers.
Even if you're not taking in a show or game, it's an interesting piece of architect for the city. All along 104 street are fantastic eats and shopping.
“The Royal Alberta Museum moved to its new location in 2018, and is now western Canada's largest museum. Home to a fascinating mix of permanent cultural and natural history exhibits, as well as always-changing temporary installations, a visit to this ultra-modern facility is certainly time well spent.”
“Very good site seeing for visitors to Edmonton walkable distance from the accomodation.”
“I personally haven't been. But it looks like a cool place, if that's what you're into :-) ”
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