Tourism

Welcome to Edmonton City Centre!

We are thrilled that you decided to do your shopping here while visiting Edmonton. To get the most out of your shopping experience, please visit Guest Services to pick up your Out-of-Towner Rewards Card.

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The Rewards Card provides you with special discounts and promotions at various retailers in Edmonton City Centre. Simply show your out-of-town ID* or your passport at Guest Services and get your card and list of participating stores today!

Guest Services is located on Street Level near Coles Bookstore.

*To qualify for Out-of-Towner Rewards program you must reside outside of the Edmonton Capital Region.

To find accommodations near Edmonton City Centre, visit HotelsCombined.

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Our Top Tourism Picks!

Edmonton City Centre is located in the heart of the downtown core and we are walking distance away from many of Edmonton’s prime attractions. Once you are done shopping, why not check out what else Edmonton has to offer? Below are some suggestions that you can take in.

Art Gallery of Alberta – Visual art lovers will love the AGA with its collection of over 6,000 objects. The Art Gallery of Alberta presents both contemporary and historical exhibitions. If you are short on time, make sure you walk over just to see the magnificent building in itself; it’s a piece of art! The AGA is currently offering free admission to youths 17 and under; and post secondary students.

Fairmont Hotel MacDonald high tea – Experience the Royal tradition of high tea just like Queen Victoria and other European aristocrats by making your reservations for the ‘Royal Tea and Tour’ by Fairmont Hotel MacDonald today. Enjoy a menu centered on small cakes, fresh baked breads, dainty sandwiches, an assortment of sweets, and, of course, tea while reveling in the history and beauty of one of Edmonton’s most well known landmark. In addition to afternoon tea, there will also be a historic tour, including the Fairmont Hotel MacDonald’s very own Queen Elizabeth.

If you are unable to make it to this weekend-only high tea offering, a lighter version, the Weekday high tea, is offered from Monday to Wednesday.

City Market Downtown on 104 St – It’s that time of the year where the City Market moves from within Edmonton City hall outside onto 104 Street (4th Street Promenade). Locals and visitors alike are invited to come on down and shop fresh and local products every Saturday from 9am to 3pm. Vendors in this outdoor market sell a variety of unique products that are hard to find any where else in the city. Cool finds include locally grown produce,  artisanal food stuffs, natural beauty and health products, local handmade décor,  goodies and treats for the whole family, and so much more.

Ice District / Rogers Place –  Located in the heart of Edmonton’s  downtown core, Rogers Place is home to the Edmonton Oilers as well as state of the art technology, including the largest high definition screen in the NHL.  Even if you can’t make it to see Connor McDavid live in action, check out the public pedway over 104th Avenue to see the Oilers Hall of Fame, featuring replicas of the five Stanley Cups the Oilers have won over the years, jerseys, and various memorabilia. Additionally, The Molson Canadian Hockey House within Fort Hall is open to the public and features several big screens, food, and drinks for those who want to watch the Oilers in action!

If hockey isn’t your cup of tea then head upstairs inside Ford Hall to be wowed by the beautiful mosaic created by renowned Aboriginal artist Alex Janvier. Other public art pieces include Essential Tree in the northwest plaza, Skater’s Arch in the northeast plaza and 9 Figures in Motion with a Puck at the entrance to the Downtown Community Arena.