What to do this Victoria Day long weekend (May 20-22) ?


1. Fort Edmonton Park

This May long weekend, spend some time at Fort Edmonton Park exploring the history of Edmonton! They are in full swing starting this weekend.

Immerse yourself in a journey through time where you can experience vintage midway attractions and enjoy a variety of unique entertainment options including captivating 4D movie adventures, mini golf, or riding our iconic steam train.

There’s excitement around every corner. With classic movies, live theatre and music performances, and special events all year round, your experience is sure to be unforgettable

Find out more about Fort Edmonton Park here.

2. Alberta Railway Museum

Not only Fort Edmonton Park, Alberta Railway Museum is also opening this weekend, and every weekend then until September!
The museum is 100% volunteers operated, if you would like to volunteer please visit the volunteer page.
For more information on the Alberta Railway Museum please click here.

3. Muttart Conservator – Let’s escape to the Pyramids

Inside the pyramids, three biomes are in the Conservatory’s year-round displays. A fourth pyramid houses creative feature displays, changing up to eight times a year. As an accredited museum, the Muttart Conservatory preserves and grows one of Canada’s largest botanical collections, and shares knowledge and enthusiasm with visitors. Live music, dance, fine art showcases, and handcrafting programs from the Conservatory’s experienced instructors bring nature and art together. For more information please visit their website here.

4. Old Strathcona Farmer’s Market

Come and support local vendors and get the freshest fruits, flowers in bloom, and hand crafted goods.
This indoor market opens every Saturday from 8am-3pm all year round! For more information please visit their website.

St. Albert
Woodlands Water Play Park

GET SOAKED – Woodlands Water Play Park Opening Saturday May 20th

  • Gates open from 9:45 am to 8:15 pm.
  • Water features are on, weather permitting from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.
  • Open seasonally from Victoria Day weekend to Labor Day weekend.

For more information please visit here.

There are just few of the 25 things happening this weekend! Check out the complete list of activities here.

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