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The City of Lethbridge is home to a variety of unique attractions and events. In and around the city you can find several unique geographic attractions, as well as the largest trestle bridge in the world and the largest Airshow in Western Canada.

Explore the natural wonders near Lethbridge and check out our local exhibits and festivals. Visit Tourism Lethbridge or drop by the Chinook Tourist Park located at 2805 Scenic Drive South to learn more about what Lethbridge has to offer to its residents and visitors alike.

Natural wonders

Lethbridge in one of the sunniest cities in Canada and is a gateway to both the Canadian Badlands and the Canadian Rocky Mountains, where you might spot ammolite, a rare gemstone that can only be found along the eastern slopes of the North American Rocky Mountains.

Local venues and attractions

We are a cultural mecca, celebrating arts and history through festivals and exhibits. Explore local our venues and what types of attractions they have to offer:

Agri-food Hub & Trade Centre, located at 3401 Parkside Dr. S., hosts agricultural shows, tradeshows, midways, rodeos, sporting events, weddings and catered conference meetings.

Casa Community Arts Centre, located at 230 8 St. S., offers a variety of art programs and events for the whole family.

The Cavendish Farms Centre is a multi-purpose centre with state-of-the-art facilities. Here, you will find ice rinks, the Lethbridge Curling Club and the Cor Van Raay YMCA of Lethbridge. 

ENMAX Centre, located at 2510 Scenic Dr. S., was built as a lasting legacy to the 1975 Canada Winter Games and now hosts a variety of cultural and sporting events.

Fort Whoop-Up, located at 200 Indian Battle Rd. S., is a replica of an original fur trading fort built in the late 1800s where you can learn about the local region’s history from the mid-1860s to the early 1890s.

Galt Museum, located at 501 1 St. S., features a variety of exhibits and outdoor gardens with walking trails.

Helen Schuler Nature Centre, located at 300 Indian Battle Rd. S., offers a variety of outdoor education programs and events.

Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, located at the corner of 9th Ave. S. and Mayor Magrath Dr. S., features a landscaped garden joining Japanese and Canadian styles and hosts a variety of events.

Southern Alberta Art Gallery, located at 601 3 Ave. S., hosts a variety of exhibitions and interactive programs.

Spitz Stadium, located at 2425 Parkside Drive South, is the home of the Lethbridge Bulls collegiate baseball program. 

Yates Memorial Centre, located at 1002 4 Ave. S., is home to the Yate’s Theatre and the Sterndale Bennett Studio Theatre. 

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