Tours In Edmonton
COVID restrictions are coming off but it is still not clear that we are over it. So, going forward we are doing things slightly differently. Instead of setting dates, only to have to cancel them, we are outlining the tours we have done in the past and leaving the dates open. For more information about any of the tours below contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Alberta Botanical Gardens
(10:00 to 1:00)
The University of Alberta Botanic Garden is a stunning 97 hectare (240-acre) property located in Parkland County, 15 minutes southwest of Edmonton, with cultivated gardens and plant collections, indoor showhouses, and extensive natural areas. Construction of the new Aga Khan Garden, Alberta, was completed in June 2018. The 4.8-hectare Mughal-inspired garden, made possible by a gift from His Highness the Aga Khan, features secluded forest paths, granite, and limestone terraces, still pools that reflect the prairie sky, waterfalls, and streams.
Historical Government Center
(07:00 to 9:30)
An opportunity to learn about and photograph the historical buildings of the Alberta Legislative Grounds and the surrounding area. There is everything from Classical Revival style architecture to Beaux-Arts to Art Deco. The grounds are adorned with beautiful gardens and stunning sculptures.
Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary
(7:00 to 10:00)
Located 33 km southwest of Edmonton’s city center, the Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary protects 348 acres of marshland, open meadow, aspen parkland, and pine forest. The varied habitats of the Sanctuary attract a diversity of animals, including more than one hundred bird species, and provide excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing. The boardwalk and connected upland trails are easily navigated in summer by all skill levels, but they are not considered wheelchair accessible. For more details contact us at email@example.com.
University of Alberta Campus (Include Lot 5)
(7:00 to 10:00)
The University of Alberta is a public research university located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was founded in 1908 by Alexander Cameron Rutherford, the first premier of Alberta, and Henry Marshall Tory, its first president. There are 150 buildings covering 50 city blocks nestled on the edge of the North Saskatchewan River.
(8:30 to 11:30)
An oasis of French Canadian culture. An opportunity to learn about and photograph the landscape and building Campus Saint-Jean.
Summer in the Edmonton River Valley (Terwillegar Park)
(6:00 to 9:00)
A sunrise walk through Terwillegar Park to capture the beauty of Edmonton’s river valley in summer. David will help guide you through tips and tricks for taking photographs of the river valley.
Fall in the Edmonton River Valley (Rundle Park)
(7:30 to 10:30)
A walk through Rundle Park to capture the golds, greens and oranges of Edmonton’s river valley in the fall. David will help guide you through tips and tricks for taking photographs of the river valley.