82 Avenue Northwest
Live music and theatre, shopping, festivals, restaurants and services, Edmonton's historic Old Strathcona has it all.
Best little strip in the city for meandering, shopping, coffee shops, Brewery's, Nightclub's and the best old fashioned Princess theater which plays fabulous Artsy flicks.
Whyte Ave is a 15 minute walk and offers a broad selection of restaurants, cafes, night clubs, pubs, live music, cocktail bars, boutiques, movie theatre, brewery, hobby and collector shops and much more.
Whyte Ave is the place to go on a weekend for unique shops, good food and nightlife.
Unique shoes, clothes, tattoos, artistry, and pretty much anything. Stay around for all the dinner choices and even later for night life.
Lots of boutique shops are located between 108 and 103 Street along Whyte Avenue. It's Edmonton's spot for eclectic and cool pieces.
Whyte Avenue is the place to be for a day stroll and shop, stay for the night life. A long stretch of streets filled with historical Edmonton buildings and a few of the original stores from when I was younger can still be found, such as the tea house, and the wee book inn where you'll find tons of…
It's one of Edmo's hot spots for festivals etc. And summertime is is alive with a buzz of people and things to do and see. The fringe, the pride festival, the university campus... There is a lot on whyte.
“West Edmonton Mall is a shopping mall located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is the most visited mall in Canada, followed by Metrotown Mall in Burnaby, and the 23rd largest in the world by gross leasable area. It is currently the largest shopping mall in North America and was the world's largest mall until 2004.”
“Step back in the past to Fort Edmonton Park. Learn the history of our beautiful city. Great rides and People in character. You also have to try the ice cream shop.”
“Check out the Art gallery for new exhibits, interactive programs and inspiring architecture. Located in the heart of downtown.”
“Year Round, Huge Farmers Market. Endless selection, a must visit. Free parking Saturdays across the street until 3pm.”