This tropical paradise boasts the world's largest indoor wave pool and tallest indoor permanent bungee tower, as well as more than 17 unique waterslides and play features.
Kids and Family World Waterpark is a water park located at West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Opened to the public in 1986, it is the largest indoor water park in North America.
I spent many weekends here as a kid! I loved this place, so much fun! The wave pool is so much fun! You can bungee jump here, learn how to surf, enjoy the water slides, or go to a concert at night. It holds so much diversity!
Full day excursion with the kids. Much more expensive then a Rec center if your just looking for a swim.
This tropical paradise boasts the world's largest indoor wave pool and more than 17 unique waterslides and play features.
In Edmonton with kids? Summer and need some entertainment? The waterpark is a whole year round destination!!
Awesome waterpark at the iconic West Edmonton Mall. Really cool venue with slides and a save pool
“Indoor roller coaster with one of the fastest in Canada. Galaxyland is located in the West Edmonton Mall.”
“Please note that there is two location: One is in the West Edmonton Mall and the other one is in South Edmonton Common ( 1725 99 street NW) The Rec Room is the place to let go, be playful and experience something new and exciting. We’re Canada’s premier “eats & entertainment” hot spot, and we’re taking Edmonton by storm...again! With Canadian-inspired cuisine, video and redemption games, live entertainment, and more, The Rec Room is the ultimate gathering place to grab a pint, host an event, or just play. Your go-to social playground has arrived at West Edmonton Mall!”
“This is the biggest tourist spot in Edmonton throughout the winter. Most people book tickets to ensure they can walk through when it's convenient for them. I suggest getting these tickets, it can be booked weeks in advance. ”
“Sports and Entertainment Located in the heart of YEG, the Rogers Place and all ICE District amenities including LRT, The Art Gallery of Alberta, Royal Alberta Museum, 104 st Farmers Market, Restaurants, Pubs, Sports Bars, Casino, MacEwan University etc.”