Things to do in St. Albert

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  • browncondo2102
    Kitchener, Canada1,386 contributions
    Great outdoor market. Very large with a variety of many different things from different cultures. Saskatoon Berry items were what I was hunting for and I found, pie, berries for pie, jam. jelly, and syrup to bring home.
    Written July 24, 2021
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  • browncondo2102
    Kitchener, Canada1,386 contributions
    It was great to walk abound and see the many varieties of tall and short flowering plants that adorned the Park.
    Written July 24, 2021
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  • PeregrineEdmonton
    Edmonton246 contributions
    This is one of my favorite places for birdwatching. The boardwalk across the wetland is good for blackbirds, snipe, ducks, geese and swallows. At the far end, you often see yellow warbler, robins, kingbirds, catbirds. The ponds and the lookout are great for waterfowl and waders. There are often pelicans, heron, kildeer and Franklin's gulls. The washrooms are finally open again, after COVID. Good place for families.
    Often see Moms with baby carriages. Boardwalk is a bike dismount area. Parking often fills up, on weekends, so a weekday morning visit is often quietest.
    Written July 4, 2021
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  • LorettaLoibersbek
    St. Albert, Canada6 contributions
    As a relatively new resident to St. Albert, I continue to explore and enjoy the Red Willow Trails along the Sturgeon River. This beautiful and well-kept trail treasure is really the heart of the community. It keeps me active and nourishes my soul.
    Written November 6, 2019
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  • JCR
    7 contributions
    It is always a bright and warm place to come to wonder around in the winter. Staff a very friendly and helpful.It is a multi use facility with a grocery store, spa, wine store ectera.
    I am hoping they will open a dining restaurant again and have more plants in the greenhouse. It is such a large place they could place all the outdoor trees they sell to fill up the empty areas.
    Written January 18, 2020
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  • Brad M
    1 contribution
    I was looking for a new facility for training. I was pleased with the Service that was provided to me by Crystal. Crystal is very pleasant and knowledgeable; she was able to answer my questions. Crystal hooked me up with Melissa for a tour of the facility. Mellissa was also great. These two ladies are particularly good representatives of the facility.
    Thanks Brad M
    Written December 9, 2021
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  • EKGK
    New Zealand148 contributions
    Fascinating open-air museum in St Albert. It features two grain elevators, a reconstructed railway station and a number of historic houses. Staff are super friendly and knowledgeable. They happily take you on a tour or let you do your thing.
    Written August 10, 2021
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  • Faith M
    Edmonton, Canada3 contributions
    great board walk with many interpretative information along the way. wonderful to spot birds. don't forget the bug spray though. we go on early mornings to avoid crowds
    Written June 9, 2021
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  • PJ J
    11 contributions
    Is small enough that ALL SEATS are excellent. The Sound was great.
    Will go back whenever I can. The show we see was from songs in the
    70s and 80s. Performance was great
    Written July 9, 2018
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  • ConnorYM
    Edmonton, Canada264 contributions
    A fabulous place for large groups no matter your experience level with beers. Our server also was fluent in ASL, so it was one of the most accessible experiences we've had in a restaurant/brewery.

    The food menu is very limited - don't expect a full meal here. What they do, they do well. The focus is entirely on the drinks and they'll happily help you choose a glass or a flight of four samples.
    Written August 8, 2021
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  • Ros W
    1 contribution
    My boyfriend and I have been coming here for a while now. We like the size and service except for one server who is not friendly at all. I do not know her name as when i place a drink order she rushes it (I always leave a good tip). That is my one and only complaint.
    Written May 20, 2019
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  • JCR
    7 contributions
    On the historical walk in St Albert. Visit when they open their doors after the long weekend with interpreters. The kids love to compare the school setting of their grandparents to what schools are like now.
    Written January 18, 2020
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  • CEW1984
    Halifax, Canada37 contributions
    Visited specifically for a Métis beading exhibit but found so much more. Beautifully curated, balanced perspectives. Lovely display on recent immigration as well. Knowledgeable friendly staff. Well with a visit.
    Written June 3, 2018
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  • Johanne Y
    Edmonton, Canada164 contributions
    This is a small art gallery in St Albert which is known as an arts focused community. Exhibits are changed every month on a regular basis so there's always something new to see. Another nice thing is that many of the artists' works are available for sale. They also have a tiny gift shop on the main level with some excellent jewelry, pottery and more. This gallery is also responsible for preserving one the city's iconic early 20th century bank buildings. Worth a trip. Entrance fee by donation.
    Written March 17, 2020
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  • gallantjames
    Sherwood Park, Canada8 contributions
    show was basically 4 people talking, males on one side,females on other. story was not too bad but really needed not to be dragged out as much. food wa good but they ran out of condiments again like the last time we were here. staff excellent and friendly. do not know if we will return again
    Written March 5, 2017
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