Fort Calgary Historic Park
In 1875 Calgary was born at Fort Calgary. The site today is occupied by a replica of a military barracks that stood here in the 1880s...
Calgary Parks & Recreation Department Office
Calgary is a cyclist's, walker's and runner's dream with more than 400km of paved paths within the city limits. Many of them cruise...
For a town with such a short history, Calgary does a fine job telling it at the commendable Glenbow Museum, which traces the legacy of...
Archrival of the Edmonton Oilers, the Calgary Flames play ice hockey from October to April at the Saddledome. Make sure you wear red to...
Gravity Espresso & Wine Bar
More evidence that Calgary might be abandoning its bland race to modernity for more thoughtful community-led business is this hybrid...
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Calgary Zoo information
More than 1,000 animals from around the world, many in enclosures simulating their natural habitats, make Calgary's zoo one of the top rated in North America and almost on a par with Toronto's.
Besides the animals, the zoo has a Botanical Garden , with changing garden displays, a tropical rainforest , a good butterfly enclosure and the 6½-hectare Prehistoric Park , featuring fossil displays and life-size dinosaur replicas in natural settings. Picnic areas dot the zoo, and a cafe is on-site. During winter, when neither you nor the animals will care to linger outdoors, the admission price is reduced. To get here, take the C train east to the Zoo stop.