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Calgary: Calgary Tower General Admission Ticket

1. Calgary: Calgary Tower General Admission Ticket

Climb to the top of the Calgary Tower with this admission ticket and admire the panorama. Located 191 meters above the downtown core, the Calgary Tower offers the best view in the city and is a must-see on any visitor's itinerary. On the Observation Deck, you'll experience a spectacular 360° view of the bustling city and the majestic Rocky Mountains. Stand on the amazing glass floor for an unparalleled birds-eye view of the city streets below and make sure to check out the exterior LED light show that runs nightly from dusk to midnight. The LED light shows are created to celebrate national holidays, cheer on local and national sports teams, support local festivals, and raise awareness for important causes. There are 132 lights in total, capable of producing more than 16.5 million colors and effects.

Calgary Downtown: 2-Hour Introductory Walking Tour

2. Calgary Downtown: 2-Hour Introductory Walking Tour

Calgary is a blend of a brash frontier town and a lively metropolis. Explore the downtown with a tour guide who will introduce you to this dynamic city. Enjoy the public art and historical buildings along the route. Begin at Municipal Plaza and learn about the origins of Calgary. Continue on to see the newly-revitalized East Village buildings. Pass by more public art and many historic buildings. Travel along the most extensive pathway system in North America and into Chinatown. Work your way back towards the historic Stephen Avenue where your tour will end.

Calgary: 2 Hour Stampede Park Art & Wild West Tour

3. Calgary: 2 Hour Stampede Park Art & Wild West Tour

View the public art located in Stampede Park as your tour guide weaves the story of Western Canada, the First Nations, and the origins of the Calgary Stampede. Art pieces include bronze monuments, murals, and other mediums. Hear the struggle and persistence of Guy Weadick, the founder of the Calgary Stampede and what has made it the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth. Learn why rodeos were started and how the First Nations became involved in the Calgary Stampede. Gain an understanding of what the future holds for Stampede Park. Begin under the Tipi art instillation; listen to the history of the First Nations and origins of the tipi. Walk the Park and discover why the Northwest Mounted Police arrived in Calgary and what their role was in acquiring land to build a railway in the area. View the settlers bronze monument and hear how they opened up Western Canada for all settlers. Stand immersed in rodeo history as you view where the excitement of the outdoor rodeo takes place. Learn how building a railway affected the First Nations and their culture. View the murals and hear the story of how the Calgary Stampede began…. and almost didn’t. Immerse yourself in the Western Culture as you interact with a life-size monument of 15 horses (pictures are a must). End the tour with an understanding of the future vision of Stampede Park.

Downtown Calgary: Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

4. Downtown Calgary: Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

As you explore downtown Calgary, listening to the guided tour on your smartphone, you'll learn about Calgary's dynamic history, from its robust arts community to the economic powerhouses to the wild west beginnings of the city. This looped tour begins and ends at the imposing Calgary City Hall buildings and is 4 kilometers long. It will take about 2 hours to complete, but you can explore for as long as you like! There's always plenty to see in this bustling city, whatever the weather. Some highlights of the tour include the Arts Commons, historic Stephen Avenue, The Palace Theatre, the Calgary Public Building, the Devonian Gardens, and The Grand. Explore some of Calgary's diverse public art installations, admire the distinctive Fairmont Palliser Hotel, learn about the historical significance behind the Famous Five and Family of Man sculptures, and crane your head back to take in the Bow skyscraper. A live GPS map shows where you currently are and where to go next, so you won't get lost. As you get close to the next destination, the tour guide commentary will automatically play. The tour also comes with a fun location-based trivia game. After the commentary plays, check out the trivia questions on your device and tap your guess at the answer. Enjoy a professional tour guide experience at your leisure, without the crowded tour groups and tight schedules. You can access the tour anytime, not just on your booking date. Stop and start the tour anywhere along the route if you want to explore something nearby, and get back to the trail whenever you want.

Calgary & Lake Louise: Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

5. Calgary & Lake Louise: Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

Follow your audio tour guide along the Trans-Canada Highway 1, one of the most exciting drives in Alberta. Start anywhere along the route between Calgary and Lake Louise. The tour experience is the same in any direction. Learn about the discovery of the Banff Hot Springs and admire the beauty of Banff National Park. Hear about Kananaskis Country and other sights at your own pace. With no time constraints, enjoy the freedom to stop anywhere and take your time exploring. Entertaining audio clips will play automatically as you drive using a live GPS map, and no data is used during the tour. Enjoy a fun audio tour with information and trivia to keep the whole family laughing and engaged along the way. Each point of interest along the way has a multiple-choice trivia question about the sights. Keep score and learn plenty of interesting facts along the route.

Rocky Mountains: Smartphone Driving and Walking Audio Tours

6. Rocky Mountains: Smartphone Driving and Walking Audio Tours

The Discover the Rockies Package, with its driving and two walking tours, gives you the opportunity to take in the mountain beauty of the Rockies and the scenic towns of Canmore and Banff.. One of our most popular audio tours, the between Calgary and Lake Louise Driving tour , takes you along Trans-Canada Highway 1, one of the most exciting drives in Alberta. Start anywhere along the route between Calgary and Lake Louise. With your smartphone as your guide, you’ll learn about the surrounding mountains, parks and rivers that have played a role in the historical development of the area. Learn about the discovery of the Banff Hot Springs and admire the beauty of Banff National Park. Hear about Kananaskis Country and other sights at your own pace. With no time constraints, enjoy the freedom to stop anywhere and take your time exploring. Entertaining audio clips will play automatically as you drive using a live GPS map, and no data is used during the tour. The Canmore Downtown Sightseeing Walking Tour explores the best of Canmore. Visit Canmore Museum, see the Red Telephone Box, stroll around Friendship Park, and more. Beginning on the east end of downtown you’ll see the Three Sisters Gallery, and you'll learn about the importance of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Follow along a portion of the Bow Valley Trail and learn about some of Canmore's coal mining history before making your way to the picturesque Policeman's Creek Trail. In the heart of downtown, you'll hear about its history and historic buildings like the Canmore Hotel and the Canmore Miners Union Hall. Finish up your tour with a short walk through Centennial Park. Enjoy listening to the history and culture of the Banff City Highlights Walking Tour. Chart your own course using the GPS map and find out where to find the town's statues, sculptures, and murals as you explore the historic downtown. Hear the story of how the town was founded and visit sites like the riverside Banff Central Park or the historic Victorian-style home at the Luxton Home Museum. Learn about the buildings, sculptures, surrounding mountains, and parks that have played a role in the town’s history.

Calgary: Discover Calgary Smartphone Audio Walking Tours

7. Calgary: Discover Calgary Smartphone Audio Walking Tours

As you explore Downtown Calgary, with three unique tours, you'll learn about Calgary's dynamic history, from its robust arts community to the economic powerhouses to the wild west beginnings of the city. Enjoy a professional tour guide experience at your leisure, without the crowded tour groups and tight schedules. You can access the tours anytime, not just on your booking date. Stop and start the tour anywhere along the route to explore and get back to the trail whenever you want. A live GPS map shows where you currently are and where to go next, so you won't get lost. As you get close to the next destination, the tour guide commentary will automatically play. Explore the Downtown Calgary Sightseeing Tour, a looped tour beginning and ending at the imposing Calgary City Hall buildings. Some highlights of the tour include the historic Stephen Avenue, the Palace Theater, Calgary Public Building and The Grand. Explore some of Calgary's diverse public art installations, admire the distinctive Fairmont Palliser Hotel, learn about the historical significance behind the Famous Five and Family of Man sculptures, and crane your head back to take in the Bow skyscraper. The Beltline District Tour begins at the Central Memorial Park with audio tour guide Charles. Enjoy having historical buildings, statues, monuments, artwork, urban parks, and more pointed out to you. Stroll through this picturesque neighbourhood and listen to its stories. See how it represents the transition between past, present, and future with statues and monuments like the Boer War Monument, Cenotaph and the Chinook Arc. Learn about the historic residences in the Beltline’s past with a visit to the Lorraine Block, Hester and Findlay Apartments, and the McHugh House. Hear the interesting stories behind St. Mary’s Cathedral, Rouleauville Square and Firehall #2. Hear how the location of the Stampede Park and Grounds came to its location, the Stampede Corral and the home of the NHL Calgary Flames. End your tour with a visit to the Calgary Stampede Grounds where you can learn all about this historic annual event. On the Bow River Trail explore the highlights around Calgary's stunning Bow River. Find out about the city's history and admire its sights. Hear information and interesting facts about contemporary Calgary, Eau Claire Market, the Turkish Festival, and the Calgary Zoo with its new zoo bridge. Discover the mission of the Chevron Learning Pathway and the Ripple. Learn about Calgary’s impressive history as you pass by the Mewata Armories, Prince’s Island Park, Fort Calgary, and two famous houses reputed to be haunted. Discover the Avatamsaka Monastery, the Peace Bridge, and Sien Lok Park. Take a break and admire the Center Street Lions, and check out the views from Rotary Park and the Mount Pleasant Viewpoint. The tours also come with a fun location based trivia game. After the commentary plays, look at your device and tap your guess at the answer. See your score as you go!

Calgary: Bow River Trail Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

8. Calgary: Bow River Trail Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Explore the highlights around Calgary's stunning Bow River with an audio walking tour of the Bow River Trail on your smartphone. Find out about the city's history and admire its sights. From the starting point, follow the audio on your smartphone, which plays automatically as you approach points of interest, and use the app offline to save your data. You'll occasionally detour off the path to experience Calgary's varied cultures, too. Hear information and interesting facts about contemporary Calgary, the Calgary Folk Festival, Eau Claire Market, the Turkish Festival, and the not-for-profit Calgary Zoo with its new zoo bridge. Discover the mission of the Chevron Learning Pathway and the Ripple. Learn about Calgary’s impressive history as you pass by the Mewata Armouries, Prince’s Island Park, Fort Calgary, the Inglewood Bridge, and two famous houses reputed to be haunted. Discover the Avatamsaka Monastery, the Peace Bridge, the Chinese Cultural Centre, and Sien Lok Park. Take a break and admire the Centre Street Lions, and check out the views from Rotary Park and the Mount Pleasant Viewpoint.

From Vancouver: Western Canada Self-Driving Audio Guide Tour

9. From Vancouver: Western Canada Self-Driving Audio Guide Tour

With this audioguide, you are flexible to start and end your tour wherever you want. You always have the extensive and in-depth knowledge of an experienced guide with you and can still plan your self-drive trip in a flexible way and according to your preferences. Over 310 stations with audio content of over 10 hours are waiting for you along the way. You can either listen to the audio files by clicking on the stations at the map, or you can have them played automatically via a GPS connection at exactly the right place. The Vouchercode is valid for one smartphone. You can connect your smartphone to the audiosystem of your car, so the whole travel group can listen to it while driving around Canadas scenic roads. Maybe you want to start your trip in Vancouver and learn more about the different neighbourhoods of this fascinating city? With this audioguide, you can discover many sights and places during a city walk and will get even more information about the way of live in Vancouver. Discover Chinatown, Gastown, Yaletown, the Westend, Stanley Park, the Vancouver Harbour and many more interesting spots. You will also find guides for other cities in Alberta and British Columbia, like Calgary and Edmonton. On Vancouver Island, a detailed walking tour of Victoria awaits you, as well as information on nature, wildlife, hiking, activities, culture and hidden sights all over the island. The scenic drive through the Rocky Mountains is one of the highlights on every self-driving tour in Western Canada. Drive along the Icefields Parkway and visit Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise and many more natural highlights along the way. You will get all the information you need by your audioguide along the way. For longer driving distances between the sights, there are special audio-files with in-dephts background information about the geography, economy, history and culture of Canada. Have a great roadtrip through Alberta and British Culumbia with your digital tour guide in the passenger seat.

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What people are saying about Calgary

You will really like your visit to the top of the tower! Expesive though …. Something like $72.50:each but …. Worth it. We had an excellent lunch and stunning 360 view of Calgary as it revolves. Ptobably the best money,spent as a tourist on a clear day!!

Incredible views over the city, the prairie and onto the Rockies. I visit Calgary Tower with every group and always had an excellent feedback. Booking through “get your Guide” is as easy and effective as it gets. Thanks to the team

Friends from the USA loved the tower. Spent about an hour reading and enjoyed the view

I like the idea of being 191 m high. Beautiful views and personnel.

Nice place to visit with the family. A lot of fun is there