The Francis Winspear Centre for Music is the home of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a wide array of concerts and events.
Wow the acoustics will not leave you wanting. An incredible venue to enjoy a performance.
Voted the top for best music in the city by the Star Metro Edmonton. We have been here for some amazing plays and productions! Such a great venue and so close to the suite!
If you get a chance to see anything musical at the Winspear it’s an amazing experience. The sound is so good the artists wouldn’t even need a mic.
The Winspear is Edmonton's premier music center with Edmonton Orchestra putting on regular shows, but also hosting concerts from some of musics biggest acts. And also events for kids with music from Harry Potter, Disney and Star Wars for example.
“The Citadel Theatre is recognized as a national centre of excellence in production, creative development, and audience engagement. The Citadel Theatre is one of North America's largest not-for-profit theatres. It is a complex of five performance spaces in downtown Edmonton. The theatre's core programming features nine plays. The Citadel also features an outreach performance series each year known as Beyond the Stage, designed to encourage patrons to experience various forms of entertainment beyond conventional theatre offerings. A registered charitable organization, the Citadel also operates a year-round theatre school known as The Academy at the Citadel. It also houses theatre companies Catalyst Theatre and Rapid Fire Theatre Society, as well as various rental events.”
“The Art Gallery of Alberta is a centre of excellence for the visual arts in Western Canada, connecting people, art and ideas. The AGA is focused on the development and presentation of original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from Alberta, Canada and around the world. The AGA also offers a full-range of art education and public programs.”
“The Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton's premier horticultural attraction, is nestled in the river valley and features more than 700 species of plants in 3 climate-regulated biomes - arid, temperate and tropical - and a feature biome, located within our pyramids.”
“This is an amazing heritage site to take the family and spend the day. Step back in time and see little pieces of history and how people lived and worked in the past. Very reasonably prices. This has something for everyone of all ages. There is a lot of walking so be prepared for that. In my opinion the is one of Edmonton’s gems!”
“A place to tease the minds of all the family. Hosts many presentations that travel from city to city but also has a wonderful permanent collection of fascinating modules of their own! There’s also an IMAX Theatre within the same building which often shows the latest amazing natural wonders up close and often scary but beautiful things on earth that still remain.”