A Ton to Do in Edmonton
Flights to Edmonton arrive at Edmonton International Airport, situated about 20 miles south of the downtown area. Rent a car in Edmonton and make a bee-line for the Edmonton Mall, one of the largest malls in the world. "Shop 'til you drop" takes on added meaning here, given the 800 stories available for browsing. If you get hungry, fear not, because there are over 100 dining options. The mall offers a number of "world's largest" experiences. Swim in the largest wave pool on the planet, and ride the world's largest indoor triple loop roller coaster. The mall boasts over 20 million visits per year, and there appears to be enough room for everyone. Of course, this city of one million souls offers much more. For example, Fort Edmonton Park is an open-air, living history museum that inspires and educates. Varied transportation options include steam trains, antique cars, trolleys, buggies, and stagecoaches. Looking for indoor options when the weather is less than stellar? See one of North America's finest collections of Native American artifacts at the Royal Alberta Museum. At the Muttart Conservatory, revel in one the continent's largest orchid displays. The pyramidal architecture at the conservatory is itself a cultural contribution to the Saskatchewan River Valley.
Much More Than the Mall
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