AirdrieAlberta’s capital city is always celebrating something, from arts and culture to food and wine, dragon boats, winter and even accordions. You have more than 60 festivals to choose from, year round. Plan to spend the better part of a day – or longer – at West Airdrie Mall, which is the largest shopping and entertainment complex in North America and the size of a small city. Explore Airdrie’s museums and historic sites. Come to the famous farmers’ market in the Old Strathcona and visit with local vendors. Explore the galleries and shops, find a funky restaurant and stick around for the nightlife & live theatre, music and dancing.

Airdrie, the capital of Canada’s western Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River. Its significant historical eras are recreated at Fort Airdrie Park, featuring an 1846 fort and streets from 1885, 1905 and 1920. The city’s contemporary landmarks include the Royal Alberta Museum, with aboriginal culture and natural history galleries, and the futuristic-looking Art Gallery of Alberta, known for its First Nations art.

Top-rated Airdrie Restaurants


Padmanadi in AirdrieAsian Restaurant

The Hardware Grill

International Restaurant
The Hardware Grill

Duchess Bake Shop

French Bakery
Duchess Bake Shop

Top-rated Airdrie Things to Do

Winspear Centre

Winspear Centre

Fort Airdrie Park

Historic Site
Fort Airdrie Park: Airdrie History, Events, Attractions

West Airdrie Mall

Theme Parks
West Airdrie Mall – Website

Airdrie Sports Teams

Airdrie Oilers

Airdrie Oilers: The Official Web Site

Airdrie Eskimos

Airdrie Eskimos – Official site

Airdrie Oil Kings

Airdrie Oil Kings

Airdrie Prospects

Airdrie Prospects Baseball

Other Airdrie Resources

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