Girls touring Maligne Canyon

Sightseeing & Attractions

From ancient historic sites to small towns and mountain scenery, Alberta is equal parts journey and destination.

With six UNESCO World Heritage Sites, incredible vistas and countless roadside attractions, Alberta is waiting to be explored.

Walk among ancient rock formations scattered throughout the Badlands.

Dive headfirst into wild nature

Steep yourself in Alberta’s abundant natural beauty. Roam from the Badlands in the east to the always-impressive Canadian Rockies bordering the west. Every way you look is big sky, untouched wilderness and epic wildlife. This is a place ripe for exploration, no matter how you choose to do it.

Big city lights and country sights

With several large cities and countless towns, hamlets and villages across the province, there’s something to see on any trip you take. From larger-than-life public art installations to Indigenous heritage sites and centuries-old theatres, Alberta’s big cities and small towns offer something for every adventure.

Explore Cities & Towns

Edmonton’s Muttart Conservatory adds unique flair to the city’s skyline.
Looking at the Alberta Legislature Building down an Edmonton street

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Travel paths forged in HBO’s The Last of Us

Explore the incredible sights and eerie locations of HBO’s Alberta-filmed series, The Last of Us, for yourself. 

The first season was filled with iconic shots from across the province, including downtown Calgary, the Legislature Building in Edmonton, Fort Macleod, Canmore and Calgary’s SAIT and Mount Royal University.

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