Edmonton is home to top-notch attractions that highlight and display the natural beauty from all over the world. Nestled on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, the Edmonton Valley Zoo is a small and intimate zoo that provides engaging animal experiences. Edmonton's historical sites bring to life Edmonton's rich and colourful history in a way that is fun and interesting for people of all ages.
The Heritage Amphitheatre is Western Canada's largest outdoor amphitheatre. The landmark's distinctive white canopy offers excellent acoustics and an open view of William Hawrelak Park. It has seating for 4,000 patrons on attractively landscaped grassy slopes and limited fixed-seating. Many of Edmonton's Festivals make the Heritage Amphitheatre home, including The Free Will Shakespeare Festival, The Labatt Blues Festival, the Symphony under the Sky Festival and Heritage Days.
Edmonton is also home to the John Janzen Nature Centre's interactive exhibits, educational programming, and special events that have encouraged visitors towards a greater awareness and engagement with the natural wonders of the world. Explore natural habitats from the point of view of the animals that live in them in the Tegler Discovery Zone, and get up close and personal with wildlife at Edmonton's Prairie Pond. Discover the benefits of composting at the Backyard Compost Education Centre then enjoy a peaceful stroll along interpretive trails through the surrounding river valley. The John Janzen Nature Centre is fun for all ages and a great chance to learn more about the importance of Edmonton's natural spaces.
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