What To Do In Calgary This Fall?

What To Do in Calgary This Fall?

Go Hiking!

Visiting Calgary but looking for a little time outside the city? Go hiking! Enjoy one of the hiking trails near to Calgary, as a Horseshoe Canyon, Banff National Park, Chester Lake and more!

Locked Zoo: Finders Keepers

The Locked Zoo at the Calgary Zoo is Calgary’s largest escape experience. Solve the challenge, experience the zoo, and enjoy special beverage and food specials with your team on this brand new adults only experience.

Night at the Museum of Rock Stars

Live dinner theatre is back with Night at the Museum of Rock Stars at Jubilations Dinner Theatre in Calgary. The legends of rock and roll come to life when the museum lights go out, in this entertaining live stage production.

Full Harvest Sale

Truckloads of fruits and veggies at low prices make the Fall Harvest Sale a favourite autumn event in Calgary with access to Heritage Park Historical Village too.

Kensington Night Market

The Kensington Night Market is back with limited capacity at Parking Lot 57 with an assortment of food trucks and shopping from local vendors.

Calgary Stampede

Every July, millions of people come to Calgary’s Stampede Park to take part in one of the world’s largest rodeos and other popular activities such as chuckwagon racing and agricultural shows. The event’s origins date back to 1912, when American Guy Weadick, a successful trick roper, got support to host an event called “Stampede” to celebrate the “disappearing” Old West. Since then, the event has grown drastically and has evolved into a celebration of the Old West, while reflecting the modern, multicultural aspects of the city.

Just Eat!

If you visit in mid- October for Canadian Thanksgiving, look for great dining deals and seasonal holiday tasting menus. If you like the idea of sampling grilled squid, Japanese crepes, hand- pulled ramen, bubble waffles, and hurricane potatoes with a little carnival- game madness.

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