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| West Edmonton Mall (웨스트 에드몬톤 몰)|
| The largest shopping and entertainment centre in the world, West Edmonton Mall features over 800 stores and services and more than 100 restaurants and eateries. Attractions include Galaxyland, the world's largest indoor amusement park; World Waterpark, with slides, a wave pool and a bungee jump; Deep Sea Derby, bumper boats on an indoor lake; Sea Lions Rock, with three California sea lions performing daily; and KidTropolis, a city created just for kids to learn and experience real life. The mall's nightlife includes the Las Vegas-style Palace Casino, Ed's Rec Room and Jubilations Live Dinner Theatre. Open 365 days a year; hours vary for retail and attractions. 444-5200 or 1-800-661-8890.|
Address: 8882-170 St. Edmonton AB. T6B 2L5
1 780 444-5200
| Museums ||Telephone Historical Centre (전화 박물관) |
Canada's largest telephone museum features hands on and interactive displays recounting the history of the telephone from 1885 to present. Admission $2 donation. Tue to Fri 10 am - 3 pm; closed Sat. Sun & Mon.
Address: 10440-108 Ave., #114B-Prince of Wales Armouries Edmonton AB CA T5J 2J1
1 780 433-1010
|Alberta Aviation Museum (알버타 비행기 박물관)|
Relive Edmonton's rich aviation history in the museum hangar at the city centre airport. Inspect the collection of vintage planes dating back to the 1920s, including aircraft from early commercial and bush flying eras. Aviation Gift Shop on site. $7 adult, $5 sen, $4 youth (13-17), $3 child, $20 family, free for children 5 and under. Mon to Fri 10 am to 6 pm; Sat and Sun 10 am - 4 pm.
Address: 11410 Kingsway Ave. Edmonton AB T5G 0X4
1 780 451-1175
| Alberta Railway Museum(알버타 철도 박물관)|
More than one hundred years of railroading in the west are reflected in over 50 major artifacts ranging from freight equipment,passenger cars and locomotives to an authentic railway station. Displays illustrate the Morse telegraph system, maintenance-of-way equipment and a work train. On Canadian holiday long-weekends you are invited to hop aboard a steam or diesel train for a nostalgic trip. Operating hours: 10am to 5pm, 7 days a week, from Victoria Day weekend in May until Labor Day weekend in September. Admission: $5 adults, $3.50 student/snr, $2 children (ages 3-12), train rides $4, speeder rides $1.
Address: 24215 34 Street NW Edmonton AB Canada T5Y 6B4
1 780 472-6229
| C & E (1891) Railway Museum (C&E 철도 박물관)|
Visitors to the museum can relive those first exciting days when the steam engines first arrived in Strathcona, bringing thousands of settlers to the area. The museum is a replica of the original station which served the community from 1891-1907 and features numerous railway and station artifacts as well as an extensive historic photograph collection. Summer hours (Jun thru Aug) Tues - Sun 10 am - 4 pm. Winter hours (Labor Day to May 31): by appointment only. Admission: suggested donation of $2 per person.
Address: 10447-86 Ave. Edmonton Alberta
1 780 433-9739
| Dinosaur Adventure (공룡 박물관)|
Dinosaur Adventure has the largest collection of life-sized dinosaurs in all of central and Northern Alberta. The museum also features a childrens learning center, movie theatre, fossil dig, virtual tour, and a "dino-sized" gift-shop. Guided tours are available for groups with a reservation.
Address: #1748, 8882-170 St. Edmonton AB Canada T5T-4J2
1 780 489-5828
| Historic Sites || Fort Edmonton Park (포트 에드몬톤 공원)|
Canada's largest living history park! Join the costumed historical interpreters and experience life as an early pioneer. Live life like it was at the 1846 Hudson's Bay fort and on the streets of 1885, 1905 and 1920. The historical interpretation changes daily. March with the ladies on 1905 Street to ban the demon rum; learn all about herbal remedies; help make bannock bread at the Native Encampment. Take time to visit the new 1920 Midway & Exhibition, or one of the many food service outlets and period retail shops. All you can ride steam train and streetcar rides are included in the admission. Overnight accommodation is available at the Hotel Selkirk. Call 1-800-717-1277 for reservations or information. Summer hours (July 1 - Sept. 3): 10 am -6 pm. Fall hours Open Sundays in Sept 10 am - 6 pm. Guided wagon tours available Sept 4 - 22, Mon to Sat at 11 am, noon, 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm. Closed for the winter after Sept 30. Admission: $13 adult, $9.75 youth/sen, $6.50 child, $39.50 family.
Address: Fox Drive & Whitemud Drive Edmonton AB T5J 2R7
1 780 496-8787
| Old Strathcona Historic Area (올드 스트라스코나 -와이트 에비뉴)|
Historical buildings date from 1891, prior to amalgamation of the town of Strathcona with the City of Edmonton in 1912. Known for its exuberant spirit, this south side district is an attractive shopping destination with a concentration of interesting antique and gift shops, coffee shops and cafes. Walking tour brochures are available at the Old Strathcona Foundation office: #401, 10324 - 82 Ave. open Tues and Wed 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
1 780 433-5866
| Buildings || City Hall (에드몬톤 시청)|
Opened in 1992, Edmonton's City Hall combines modern architecture with elements from the old City Hall it replaced (built in the '50s). Features include a glass pyramid top as well as a soaring friendship tower that has a 40,000-pound, 23-bell carillon that can play up to 99 melodies. An expansive collection of art by Alberta artists is on display, and visitors are welcome at the many activities held here. Enjoy a dip in the wading pool on a hot summer day, or go skating during the winter. Public areas open wkdys 7 am - 10 pm, Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun & holidays 11 am - 5 pm. For group tours, call 496-8251. General inquiries call 496-8200.
Address: #1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, (99 St. and 102A Ave.) Edmonton AB.
1 780 496-8200
| Alberta Legislature Building (알버타 주정부)|
Surrounded by 57 acres of parkland, this beautiful building is a must see for those interested in architecture, politics and history. Completed in 1912 on the site of the original Fort Edmonton, the building features an interpretive centre and gift shop. May 1 to Oct 15, 8:30 am to 5 pm wkdays; 9 am - 5 pm on wkends and hols. Tours on the hour from 9 am - noon and every half hour from 12:30 am to 4 pm. Free admission and guided tours.
Address: 97 Ave. & 107 St. Edmonton AB. T5K 2B6
1 780 427-2826
| Conservatories || Muttart Conservatory (무타트 식물원)|
This indoor paradise, boasting four spectacular glass pyramids, is a showcase for a constantly changing display of nature's beauty. Explore a steaming jungle, trek across the sun-baked desert, enjoy the changing seasons in the temperate forest and stroll through the scents of a floral paradise. Relax over lunch in the centre courtyard while taking time to enjoy the "Great Cycle of Life" depicted in the mural that surrounds the perimeter of the atrium space. The mural is the work of renowned Aboriginal artist Alex Janvier. Admission: Children (2-12) $4.50; Senior/Youth (13-17) $6.75; Adult $8.75; Family $26.50. Mon to Fri 9 am - 5:30 pm; Sat & hols 11 am - 5:30 pm.
Address: 9626 - 96 A St. Edmonton AB.
1 780 496-8787
| Science Centres || Telus World of Science (텔어스 사이언스 센타)|
Edmonton's space and science centre is reborn with five permanent exhibit galleries. Take a walk through the human body in The Body Fantastic, solve a mystery in Mystery Avenue, gain a deeper understanding of Mother Nature in The Green's House and explore the vastness of space in Space Place and Discoveryland - a gallery for younger children. Featuring Western Canada's first IMAX® Theatre, home to the largest dome theatre in North America, now showing Dinosaurs Alive! a show that brings dinosaurs to life in a BIG way (playing until Sept. 22.) The TELUS World of Science also houses the Margaret Zeidler Star Theatre, the Dow Computer Lab, Amateur Radio Station, Observatory, Science Demonstration Stage and more. Gift Shop and café on-site. Exhibit Admission: Adult $12.95, Senior/Youth (13-17)/Student (with ID) $10.95, Child (4-12) $9.50, Family $47.95.Summer exhibit hours (beginning June 23) daily 10 am -9 pm.
Address: 11211-142 St. Edmonton AB T5M 4A1
1 780 451-3344
| Zoos || Valley Zoo (발리 쥬 동물원)|
Tigers, elephants and cotton top tamarins, too! The Valley Zoo is home to more than 100 exotic, endangered and native species. Come and learn about the Valley Zoo's involvement in the North American Species Survival Plan and its work to return endangered species to the wild. Enjoy one of the many daily interpretative presentations. Learn how to bathe an elephant. Join the ducks and geese and paddle around the pond, or ride the miniature train to the Little Children's Zoo where kids can talk to the animals face-to-face. Summer admission: $8.50 adult, $6.25 youth/senior, $4.25 children under 13, $25 family.Summer admission (now through Oct 8): $8.50 adult, $6.25 youth/senior, $4.25 children under 13, $25 family. After Oct 8: $6 adult, $4.50 youth/senior, $3.25 child, (under 2 free) $18.50 family. Summer hours: Open daily 9:30 am - 8 pm. Fall/winter hours: Sep 4 to Oct 8 Mon to Fri 9:30 am - 4pm; Sat, Sun & hols 9:30 am - 6 pm. Oct 9 to Dec 31 open daily 9:30 am - 4 pm.
Address: 13315 Buena Vista Rd. NW Edmonton AB. T5R 5R1
1 780 496-8787
| Parks & Gardens || Elk Island National Park (엘크 아이렌드 공원)|
Canada's first federal wildlife sanctuary, established in 1906. Bison, elk, moose and deer roam together in this this national park boasting more than 250 species of birds. Wildlife viewing, hiking, picnicking or camping, are among the abundant recreational activities. Open year-round. Admission: $5 adult, $4.25 sen, $2.50 child, $12.50 group. (Prices are subject to change). 40 km east of Edmonton on Hwy. 16, 992-2950 or 922-5790.
Address: 45 km (28 miles) east of Edmonton on Yellowhead Highway 16, Alberta.
| John Janzen Nature Centre (존젠슨 자연 체험센타)|
Discover the natural wonders of Edmonton with interactive displays, interpretive programs and self-guided tours. Permanent exhibits include a beehive, frogs, fish, snakes and salamanders. Self-guided birch-tree and river loop nature trails are highlights -- if you encounter unusual tracks or wildlife on your visit, the John Janzen experts will help you identify your find. Admission: Child (2 to 12) $1.35; Senior/Youth (13 to 17) $1.65; Adult $1.90, Family $5. Summer hours (July 1 - Sept. 3): Open Mon - Fri 9 am - 6 pm, Sat, Sun & holidays 11 am - 6 pm.
Address: Fox Drive & Whitemud Drive Edmonton AB.
1 780 496-8787
| Amusement || Edmonton Corn Maze (에드몬톤 콘메즈 미로 센타)|
Get lost in over 8 km of corn at this family attraction only five minutes from West Edmonton Mall. The maze is open Aug to late Oct (weather permitting). Bring flashlights and try to find your way after dark. Aug: Mon to Sat 10 am - 9 pm, Sun 1 pm to 5 pm; Sept to Oct: Tue to Fri 4 pm - 9 pm, Sat 10 am to 9 pm, Sun 1 pm - 5 pm. Picnic area and concession on site. Adult $8; Child (6-11)$6, under 5 free. Group rates and bookings avail. Call 288-0208 or 554-4540. Address: To find the maze take the Anthony Henday to Lassard Rd. (Aprox. 45 Ave.). Turn west on Lassard Rd. Turn left onto 199 St. at T-intersection and continue south to 23 Ave. Turn right at 23 Ave. and continue 5 km west. The maze is located on the southside of the road. Open Aug to late Oct (weather permitting).
Address: To find the maze take the Anthony Henday to Lassard Rd. (Aprox. 45 Ave.). Turn west on Lassard Rd. Turn left onto 199 St. at T-intersection and continue south to 23 Ave. Turn right at 23 Ave. and cont Edmonton AB T6G 0E6
1 780 288-0208