Attractions in Calgary's south
Don't miss out. Come south!
Explore the depth and breadth of activities and unique experiences that are waiting for you south of the Bow River.
Wander back through time at Heritage Park, and take in shopping and restaurants all year round. Take a stroll to see how the introduction of the automobile changed our culture at the world-class Gasoline Alley Museum.
Or get your game on at the Talisman Centre and Trico Centre , some of the many sports facilities. Speaking of sports facilities, see the home of the 1988 Olympics and the Canada's Sports Hall of Fame at Canada Olympic Park and catch the thrill of world class show jumping at Calgary’s famed Spruce Meadows.
If you’re looking for some evening entertainment, pull on your cowboy boots and mosey on down to the Ranchman’s Dancehall for some line dancin’ and beef eatin’ at Calgary’s only ‘certified authentic country club.’
Get your fill of local live music—not to mention 50 different flavours of chicken wings—at The Rusty Cage. Check out the big name acts that are playing at the Deerfoot Casino or LOL at the stand-up comedy at The Laugh Shop.
Take a mini African safari or watch the penguins plunge at the Calgary Zoo. See other wildlife, the human kind, in its natural fun environment on the rides at Calaway Park, just a few minutes west of the city.
Soak up some of the best of Calgary’s natural environment with a walk, run or bike ride through Fish Creek Provincial Park, North Glenmore Park or the Weaselhead Natural Environment Park, where the Elbow River flows into the Glenmore reservoir.
Here in the south, there is always something going on.
The Tourism Calgary Event Calendar lists special events, shows and exciting entertainment throughout the city. Check it out and see what's happening in the south!