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Welcome to Winter in the Capital City

Skiing, skating, arts, professional sports...Edmonton has it all!

Skiing, Snowboarding & Skating

Experience true Canadian winter activities in Edmonton...we are not afraid of the cold!

Edmonton Ski Club is located in the river valley and boasts 25 skiable acres of machine-made pristine groomed snow, offering runs for beginner and advanced skiers and snowboarders as well as a mogul run and Terrain Park. Fort more information click here.

Snowvalley Ski Club is located on the southwest end of Edmonton with 20 acres of skiable hills, offering two terrain parks for snowboarders. For more information click here.

Rabbit Hill Snow Resort is the largest ski and snowboard resort in the Greater Edmonton Area and is located in Leduc County, just 15 minutes south west of the city. For more information click here.


Ice Skating

Edmonton abounds with many outdoor skating rinks for the family to enjoy. Churchill Square, Hawrelak Park, Rundle Park, Jackie Parker Park and more are spread around the city. Click here for more information on public skating hours and skate rentals. 

Galaxyland Amusement Park

The worlds largest indoor amusement park, located right inside West Edmonton Mall

The world's largest indoor amusement park features more than 24 spectacular rides and play areas for all ages. Adrenaline junkies will love the Mindbender, the world’s largest indoor triple-loop roller coaster. Or grab your laser sharpshooters and take on the zombies (or robot cowboys) at the new Galaxy Quest 7D experience. There's something for everyone! For more information on hours of operation and rides click here.


Edmonton Oilers and Oil Kings

Attend an Oilers home game at the brand new Rogers Place in the ICE District and watch them battle it out amongst the world's best hockey players


Edmonton is known to have some of the loudest fans in the NHL, so bring your voice and help cheer on the orange and blue. The new arena is one of the best in North America has over 18,000 seats, a range of menu items from beer and wings to more upscale offerings, and a variety of places to catch the Oilers action from your seats or other lounge areas around the bowl.


If the Oilers are on a road trip, watch future NHL stars battle it out at an Edmonton Oil Kings WHL game.

Art Gallery of Alberta

With a collection of over 6,000 cultural objects, the AGA is a centre for excellence in Western Canada for visual arts

The Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA) is itself a masterpiece of architecture as well as the diverse creative focal point of Edmonton’s downtown heart. Engage with your inner artist on Late Night Wednesdays while sipping art-inspired cocktails, or take the kids on Tours for Tots. Attend enlightening talks and films in the Ledcor Theatre, roll up your sleeves at drop-in arts workshops at the Singhmar Centre for Art Education, dine on local artisanal Alberta cuisine at Zinc Restaurant then take home your very own masterpiece from the gift shop.

World Waterpark

This tropical paradise boasts the world's largest indoor wave pool and more than 17 unique waterslides and play features

You will be transported to a remote Hawaiian cost inside the tropical paradise of World Waterpark located inside West Edmonton Mall. A zipline ride runs the entire length of the waterpark above the wave pool. With 4 parallel 137 metre ziplines, grab three of your friends and race down to a photo finish.Relax on the giant indoor beach, next to the palm trees or surf the prairies. Adrenaline junkies can try slideboarding; an interactive, multi-level game built within a waterslide! For more information on hours of operation or booking a special event click here.

For more information on things to do in Edmonton, visit Explore Edmonton's website.