Learn to Ride a Segway

The Alberta Legislative Grounds started, in the time frame of the fur traders of the 1800s (the 1800's to 1900s), as an outpost. The Legislative assembly in Alberta serves as a governing hub of the provincial government where members of the regional parliament meet for Alberta. The park grounds offer excellent views of the beautiful park enjoyed by both tourists and local visitors alike. Aside from Vancouver, Edmonton is the winter fun city of choice. Rich with more adventure than Calgary, Edmonton has not one but TWO rinks with rave reviews and a winter backdrop for any snow freaks.

Imagine how much fun it would be to see the magnificent sights of the Legislature grounds, lit up with over 100,000 Christmas lights and experience the rich past of Edmonton's capital all while riding a Segway. This activity is the perfect, physically distant adventure that you can attempt this season. Book Now

Segway to Oliver

Oliver was already a well-known community in modern-day Edmonton when it was first formally recognized and named. This neighbourhood was named after Frank Oliver, a business owner and politician. But did you know the southeast portion of this area is recognized as the Grandin community? Grandin is home to the Grandin LRT Station and the Grandin Academy.

Oliver is one of Edmonton's densest communities, and West Oliver is the most overgrown area in Alberta. The population here in 2009 was 18,203, the highest seen in any neighbourhood in the city.

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