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Alberta Legislature

Surrounded by parks and commanding a fine view of the North Saskatchewan River, the Alberta Legislature is the meeting place of Alberta’s Legislative Assembly and Executive Council. Known to Edmontonians as “The Ledge,” the beaux-arts style building was opened in 1913. Free, daily tours are given on the hour and cover topics including the roles and structure of the government, parliamentary ceremonies, the architecture of the building, and the political history of Alberta. Gifts, souvenirs, and local crafts may be purchased at the building’s gift shop.

Bearclaw Gallery

The Bearclaw Gallery is located to the west of Edmonton's downtown district. If you are interested in Aboriginal art, you may want to spend some time there. There is a wide range of paintings by leading Aboriginal painters such as Daphne Odjig, Norval Morriseau, George Littlechild, Dale Auger, Maxine Noel and Jane Ash Poitras. In addition, find jewelry, sculptures, prints, and traditional crafts; some of the Inuit carvings are particularly impressive. Admission is free; souvenirs, in the form of paintings or sculptures, are certainly not.

Father Lacombe Chapel

Father Lacombe, who built this mission in the 1860s, was well respected and admired by all. The mission he built has now been restored to its original legacy. Father Lacombe Chapel allows visitors to descriptively imagine what life was like when people lived on the edge of the western frontier. Demonstrations, educational programs, and guided tours are all regular features.

Telephone Historical Centre

The telephone is an instrument that is taken for granted today, but 100 years ago it was cutting edge technology. Telephone Historical Centre's collection of telephones dates back to 1885; it is the only one of its kind in Canada. In fact, if you need spare parts or repairs for your antique telephone, you may find what you need here. School and children's programs are regular features, and emphasize a hands-on approach. Admission is by donation, while, for groups it is USD2.

Edmonton City Hall

An elegant structure with a contemporary design, the City Hall of Edmonton is a renovated public building. Rebuilt in the year 1992, the structure is the work of the Dub Architects of Edmonton. The glass pyramid of the main building faces a grand fountain that is used as an ice skating rink in winter. The City Hall not only houses important government offices, but is also the venue for numerous public events. Facilities within the hall can also be hired for private functions. Visitors can take a break at the Kids in the Hall Bistro and make purchases at the souvenir store called Edmonton Shop.

The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum

The Loyal Edmonton Regiment, together with other army units that find their roots in Alberta, is commemorated in this interesting military museum. There are medals, weapons, authentic documents, personal items and artifacts on display, which represent the pride and history of the rich Edmonton military history. There is no admission fee, but donations are gratefully accepted. The museum will consider loaning artifacts upon request for other community displays.

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