Banff Park Museum
Occupying an old wooden Canadian Pacific Railway building dating from 1903, this museum is a national historic site. Its exhibits – a...
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies
The century-old Whyte Museum is more than just a rainy-day option. There is a beautiful gallery displaying some great pieces on an...
Warner Guiding & Outfitting
Banff Ave Brewing Co
An offshoot of the excellent Jasper Brewing Co, this brewpub opened in Banff in 2010. It's best for a drink of craft beer, brewed on the...
A Prince Edward Island import, Cow's ice cream is legendary out east, but this is one of only two branches in western Canada. Bypass the...
Banff Ave, at Buffalo St · interesting places nearby
Le Beaujolais information
Stick the word 'French' in the marketing lingo and out come the ironed napkins, waiters in ties, snails (billed as 'escargot' because it makes them sound so much more palatable) and elevated prices.
Beaujolais might not be everybody's post-hiking cup of tea, but if you just came here to gaze romantically at the mountains, why not do it over wild boar, bison and foie gras.