Here are a few suggestions of "Things to Do" during your visit to Calgary. 

Bus from Calgary to Banff/Canmore
ON->IT Bus Service  > ($10 each way) Book early as seats fill up quickly.

Park Pass FAQ’s

Do I need a National Park Entry Pass?

  • In addition to your On-It tickets, all visitors to Banff National Park are required to have a valid National Park Entry Pass. If you do not have a pass, you can purchase it online here or in person at the Visitor Center in Banff. 
  • Parks Canada charges a Personal Use Fee for all visitors entering and using facilities or services within a national park, regardless of the mode of travel. This fee takes the form of a National Park Entry Pass. Click here to find more information about this requirement.
  • If visitors are entering the national park via other modes of transportation than a personal vehicle, such as a bicycle, by foot or transit, the pass should be kept with them in a safe place during their visit.
Calgary Military Museum
4520 Crowchild Trail SW
The Military Museums' award-winning facility is dedicated to representing Canada's Army, Air Force, and Navy and to educating the public, particularly youth, about Canada's military.

Calgary Scavenger Hunt
Calgary's downtown delights with incredible art. This loop will help you find all the best sights and hidden gems.
Calgary Zoo, Botanical Garden & Prehistoric Park
1300 Zoo Road NE
The Calgary Zoo is located in Bridgeland, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, just east of the city's downtown and adjacent to the Inglewood and East Village neighborhoods.


Eau Claire Market & Prince's Island Park
Enjoy these beautiful locations just a short walk from the Westin Hotel.
Spread over 20 hectares and named after Peter Anthony Prince, the founder of the Eau Claire Lumber Mill; the Prince’s Island Park Calgary is an urban park in an island on the Bow River.

Heritage Park Historical Village
1900 Heritage Dr. S.W.
Heritage Park Historical Village is a historical park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 127 acres of parkland on the banks of the Glenmore Reservoir, along the city's southwestern edge.

Self-Guided Walking Tours
We offer a few FREE self-guided walking tours to help you explore Calgary on your own. How it works: each walk is presented in a PDF document which comes with a set of detailed walking tour maps and the background information on the attractions included in the walk.
Just print out the PDF and you are free to explore.

Studio Bell Music Centre
A welcome addition to Calgary’s art scene.  The Studio Bell Music centre has a theatre museum.
  • Tour five floors of exhibitions that tell the story of music in Canada
  • Snap pics of the incredible views and breathtaking architecture
  • Play an instrument—rock the guitar, mix a track, and sing along in a vocal booth
  • Daily tours and our famous Kimball Theatre Organ demo
  • See new temporary exhibitions honouring music icons K.D Lang and Sarah McLachlan
  • Check out memorabilia and artifacts from three Canadian Music Halls of Fame