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The Land Titles Building is located at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is a office building that belongs to the federal government, and is included in Canada's Register of Historic Places. Currently, it houses Elizabeth Fry Society, an organization that focuses on charity for women.
First Presbyterian Church impresses one and all with its stunning Gothic architecture. The church in actively involved in community life and is into pastoral care and giving. It also provides support and care to the needy, by means of their Food Bank, and the refugees. Attend a Sunday service, with its cheerful choir and solo, and you will be hooked for life. The church provides the perfect backdrop for hosting weddings among other events. They also hold regular cultural events, religious debates and discussions among other things at the premises. Check website for more details.
Downtown Edmonton is a vibrant residential and commercial hub of Edmonton. It is surrounded by several major avenues and districts. The arts district, Edmonton City Centre, Jasper Avenue, and Government Centre, to name a few. The picturesque cityscape boasts a number of landmarks including the Alberta Legislature Building, Winspear Centre, and several heritage buildings, dining and entertainment venues.
Dedicated in 1956, the All Saint's Anglican Cathedral serves the central region of Alberta. This religious site also strives for the community and hosts events and activities to bring the community together. For more details, check website.
McDougall United Church hosts devotional services and programs to instill humanity and encourage spiritual growth. Events organized in the church include Bible study, Spiritual Fitness, Norwood Extended Care Worship Services, Adopt-A-Block City Spring Clean up, Community Supper and Speaker Series, Book Group, Celebration of Youth Sunday. Besides these, the church also conducts regular sermons and worship services.
Legislative Assembly of Alberta is undoubtedly, among the most important administrative buildings of the city. However, it is open to tours all year round. With a tour scheduled every hour, the Assembly building is quite a popular tourist as well as local attraction. The building also has a gift shop and exhibition center where you can take home a piece of Alberta along such as pottery, jewelery, photography and more. There are also language programs in English, as well as programs for seniors, teachers and children. For more information, do check the website or call ahead.
Opened in 1967, the Stanley A. Milner Library has the biggest collection of books in Edmonton. Apart from books, it also stocks CDs, paperbacks, fiction and non-fiction books. It also has four rooms, which it rents for meetings and theater events. For further details, check the website.
The railroad (railway) bridge called the Low Level Bridge is a bridge that stretches across the Saskatchewan River. Post the construction of a higher level bridge, the bridge was named as Low Level Bridge.
There's plenty to do at Edmonton's Churchill Square. There are eateries, fountains, and events that happen here regularly. It's a welcome retreat from the activity of downtown. For information about upcoming events, check the website.
The St. Joseph's Cathedral Basilica is a Roman Catholic Church and is touted to be the only basilica in the entire state. This church welcomes all with open arms sans any discrimination. For more details, check website.
There is plenty to do for the whole family at this interesting zoo. Watch the big cats being fed, enjoy feeding time with the sea lions, go on a train ride, or take a trip on a paddle-boat. The zoo is also involved in research and conservation. Special events are featured throughout the year, like the zoo-faris that concentrate on studying a particular type of animal or bird. The zoo is located ten minutes to the east of West Edmonton Mall. Check the website for varying dates.
Boasting an 18-hole golf course with a driving range, Victoria Park hosts Edmonton's oldest municipal course. You will also find a cricket pitch and horseshoe pit. There are plenty of places to have a picnic. The park is popular with cross-country skiers in winter. Victoria Park is part of Edmonton's group of River Valley parks, which form the largest area of parkland in North America today.