Things to Do and Sights to See in Lethbridge

Located in the province of Alberta, Lethbridge is a quaint, small city of friendly people. It is not just beautiful but also has a moderate continental climate. The city’s central location makes it easy for visitors to explore the tourist attractions that Alberta has to feature. If you’re planning to visit the city of Lethbridge, you won’t be disappointed at all. The best part is that you can visit the city anytime of the year and enjoy your time to the fullest.


Things to Do


During your stay in Lethbridge, you’ll find a host of activities to indulge in with your family and friends.


Hiking: The city is quite well-known for its hiking trails. In fact, it features as much as 140 km of trails for walking and running. There are over 70 parks in the city. Famous places where you can go for a leisurely walk or a good hike include Coulees, Popson Park, Alexander Wilderness Park and Nicholas Sheran Park. The Henderson Lake is also popular with hikers.


Whoop-Up Days: Lethbridge hosts a carnival-like festival every year, known as Whoop-Up Days. If you visit the city during August, you can catch all the fun of this event, which includes multiple live performances and exhibitions. The spirit of this festival is simply contagious.


Sports Matches: While in Lethbridge, you can also be a part of the hockey and baseball leagues that are held here every year.


Shopping: Park Place Mall, located on 1st Avenue South, is a good place to shop for a wide range of clothing items and have a fine dining experience. Here, you can also buy some of the most interesting souvenirs, crafted and sold by local craftsmen. For some more shopping, you can head straight to Downtown Lethbridge, which has many locally owned shops.


Sights to See

Whether you choose to walk around on foot or travel on bike, you’ll see that Lethbridge has a lot of beautiful places to see.


Galt Museum: The history of Lethbridge and Alberta comes alive in this museum, which is situated to the west of 5th Avenue South. The exhibits in the museum are equally exciting for both adults and children. This is also the place from where several walking trails to Coulees begin.


High Level Bridge: This bridge is world-famous for its uniqueness. Built in 1908, the bridge pulls a big crowd and is Lethbridge’s most popular landmark. Soak up its views when traveling along Whoop-Up Drive.


Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden: It’s a place of natural beauty and solitude. A nice cultural experience awaits you in this garden. As soon as you step through its entrance, you’ll start to feel the calmness of the place and rejuvenate your body, mind and soul. It’s designed in traditional Japanese style.


Nature Center: The Helen Schuler Nature Centre provides you and your family a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. It offers a wide range of programs and events for kids.


Southern Alberta Art Gallery: If you have a deep love for art, this is a place you should definitely visit. At this art gallery, you’ll get the opportunity to explore the creation of local contemporary artists. Exhibitions are held here all the year round and they attract a lot of visitors.

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