2017 Must See Landmarks In Red Deer AB

Red Deer AB is located in the heart of the province. It is also the third most populated city in Alberta with a population of, 100, 418. The city is in a section of Alberta that is known for its rolling hills. As well as its cattle. Red Deer AB is a great place to visit for a weekend escape. There are also many landmarks in Red Deer AB and attractions to keep tourists interested and returning. What are some of the great places in Red Deer AB?

Heritage Ranch

Known as the jewel of Red Deer AB, Heritage Ranch sits on 27 acres. Visiting the ranch you can experience romantic date nights. These usually include a carriage or sleigh ride, a rose, chocolates, wine, and a romantic dinner for two. You may also treat your mother to a classy brunch if you visit on Mother's day. Take the kids hunting for eggs by day or night on Easter. Or, hunt for a pumpkin. While enjoying a wagon ride in the pumpkin patch, every Fall. Your family can also dine at Heritage Ranches, fully licensed, West Lake Grill.

The Jungle Farm

During your visit to Red Deer AB why not stop by The Jungle Farm? Find your way through their 8-acre Corn Maze, or perhaps you prefer their electronic Pumpkin Maze? You could check out the Gnome Walk, or try out their Labyrinth. They have many things to do at The Jungle Farm. It's definitely worth the visit.

Sunnybrook Farm Museum

You can also travel back in time and explore Red Deer AB's oldest farm. You can experience life as an early pioneer. See how they worked the fields, milked the cows, watch the blacksmith at work, or how to bake bread in the summer kitchen.

The only downside would be if you visit Red Deer AB in the fall, all exhibits are done by appointment only, so you would have to book your visit.

Norwegian Laft Hus

Explore one of the world's most interesting cultures when you visit this simple log house with a sod roof. Learn about authentic Norwegian hand-made items and the captivating Norwegian heritage. From these Norwegian Canadians.

View old Norwegian items and learn everything you can about the Norwegian culture. The Norwegian Laft Hus is one of Western Canada's unique interpretive centers.

Veterans Park

Located in the very heart of Red Deer AB. Veterans Park is your typical memorial park. With beautiful flowers, lush grass, and trees that dance in the breeze. A breathtaking view, in any season. It is the home to Red Deer AB's Cenotaph. A monument listing all lost in the wars. The park also has many other monuments. Many with plaques that explain Red Deer AB's role in both wars. The park is also a known hotspot for Pokemon, for all those gamers out there.

Bower Ponds

Enjoy the great outdoors at Bower Ponds. Use their biking and walking trails. Take their paddle boats, kayaks, or canoes out and enjoy the peace on the water.

They have snack bars and outdoor stages for summer concerts. On the plus side the original, 1911 Cronquist House is located on the grounds. If you are lucky enough you could take a peek inside while enjoying a nice cup of tea.

Alberta's Sports Hall of Fame

If you and your family are sports fans then why not check out the Sports Hall of Fame? With interactive games and sports history, explore these great exhibits as you learn about sports history.

Red Deer AB's Market

Every Saturday, take a stroll through the Farmer's Market. Meet polite people and interesting local vendors. Buy anything from fruits and vegetables, jewelry, clothing, and even arts, and crafts. The Farmer's Market has a bit of everything. Including various food trucks where you can sample the simple tastes in life.

Experiencing all of these places and more. With just a short visit to Red Deer AB. Visiting Canada the right way, Visiting Red Deer AB.