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Shows at the multimedia Discovery Dome, Alberta's largest indoor theater, combine computer graphics, motion-picture images, slides, and a superb sound system.
Museum of the Regiments
Western Canada's largest military museum has a collection of memorabilia that depicts the history of Calgary-based regiments dating back to 1900.
The zoo, on St. George's Island in the middle of Bow River, is one of Canada's five largest, with more than 1,400 animals in natural settings.
Canada Olympic Park
The premier site of the 1988 Winter Olympics is a year-round attraction. In winter the ski slopes are open to the public for skiing and snowboarding; lessons are available.
The site of the 1988 Olympic Games medals presentation, the plaza is a popular venue for festivals and entertainment. The wading pool is turned into a skating rink in winter.
Fort Calgary Historic Park
The Interpretive Centre here traces the history of the First Nations people, Mounties, and European settlers with the aid of artifacts, audiovisual displays, and interpretive walks.
Set on 66 acres of parkland beside the Glenmore Reservoir, Heritage Park is Canada's largest living-history village.
Western Canada's largest museum has three annual special exhibitions and over 20 permanent galleries chronicling the history of the Canadian West.