TELUS Spark is a place for people of all ages and abilities to let go and embrace the desire to explore and discover science, technology and art in a way that their normal day-to-day life doesn’t allow for.
Many interactive things for everyone to do. Educational and interesting. Close to the Calgary zoo.
TELUS Spark is a space for people of all ages and abilities to let go and embrace the desire to explore and get closer to science, technology, engineering, art and math. TELUS Spark is Calgary’s Science Centre. Exhibits and programs ignite a sense of wonder and excitement. It is a registered…
It all started with a Spark! TELUS Spark, Calgary’s science centre, is a city jewel. When it opened in its current location in 2011, it was the first purpose-built science centre in the country in 25 years. It houses the largest dome theatre in western Canada and attracts hundreds of thousands of…
I think we have one of the best science centres in the country, and it's only 5.5 km away! Visit sparkscience.ca to learn more and find out about special exhibits and events.
“Not only is the Calgary Zoo one of the most visited zoos in the country, but it’s also one of the most internationally recognized zoos in the world due to their conservation efforts. The Calgary Zoo is home to over 800 animals from all over the world, including Africa, Asia, North America, and the tropics. It’s a beautiful place to walk around and is easily accessed via Memorial drive or the C-train”
“Seasonally rotating galleries, so there's always something different to discover here.”
“Park features: - Host to many festivals and events - Picnic areas - Playground - Pathway and hiking trails - Flower gardens - Chevron Learning Pathway - Outdoor skating on the lagoon (seasonal) - River Café (full service restaurant, closed each January) - On-leash park (except Canada Day & Heritage Day, due to event participant volume, these days are NO DOGS)”
“historical park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 127 acres (51 ha) of parkland on the banks of the Glenmore Reservoir, along the city's southwestern edge. As Canada's second largest living history museum, it is one of the city's most visited tourist attractions. Exhibits span western Canadian history from the 1860s to the 1950s. Many of the buildings are historical and were transported to the park to be placed on display. Others are re-creations of actual buildings. Most of the structures are furnished and decorated with genuine artifacts. Staff dress in historic costume, and antique automobiles and horse-drawn vehicles service the site. ”