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Experience All the Exciting Things to Do in Calgary

The Carriage House Hotel & Conference Centre is ideally situated in South Calgary, offering a wide variety of shopping, restaurants and attractions nearby. Visit Southcentre and Chinook shopping centres, the Calgary Zoo, Heritage Park and Spruce Meadows. Explore Calgary, the largest city in the Canadian province of Alberta and gateway to the Canadian Rockies. Discover a well-known winter sports destination and a cosmopolitan city that is home to many sports teams and museums, as well as a vibrant nightlife.

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CF Chinook Centre

Calgary's premiere shopping and entertainment destination features over 200 retail stores, along with the largest food court and movie theatres in Calgary. 

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Southcentre Mall

With over 180 shops, services and restaurants, Southcentre caters to every customer.

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Heritage Park

Discover the Old West, right in the heart of Calgary at Canada's largest living historical village

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South Calgary Health Center

Alberta Health Services (AHS) is Canada’s first and largest province-wide, fully-integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to the over four million people living in Alberta, as well as to some residents of Saskatchewan, B.C. and the Northwest Territories.

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Calgary Zoo

The most-visited zoo in Canada, it is also considered one of the best zoos in North America. 

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The Glenbow Museum

As a key cultural cornerstone in Calgary for 50 years, The Glenbow has surprised and engaged generations of Albertans and visitors to the province with remarkable connections between art, culture and the world around us.

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Calgary Stampede

The Calgary Stampede offers excitement year-round. In addition to hosting various events and activities, they plan and produce unique and varied experiences for visitors designed to preserve and promote western heritage, culture and community spirit.  

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Deerfoot Meadows

Described as the next generation of retail development, Deerfoot Meadows is one of Canada's largest, open-air, urban shopping districts. Stroll through over 360 acres of big box retailers including Costco, IKEA, Best Buy, and Future Shop as you find mementos and make memories.

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Ranchman's Cookhouse & Dance Hall

Canada's Greatest Honky Tonk and Calgary's favorite Stampede hotspot, The Ranchman’s presents some of the biggest names in Country Music. 

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Banff & Lake Louise

A must-see destination, this breathtaking landscape welcomes travelers from around the world

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Canada Olympic Park

Perhaps the most visible legacy of the 1988 Games and a one-of-a-kind attraction, the Canada Olympic Park is unique in that it continues to function as a multipurpose competition, training and recreation area designed for year-round use by both athletes and the general public.

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Bow River Fly Fishing

Fans of fly fishing will find Bow River Fly Fishing to be a quality fly fishing guide company providing float trips on the world-famous Bow River

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