Tours were on Monday July 2, 2012.

Whitecourt Meteorite Crater

About 1,100 years ago a space rock the size of a big tree stump slammed into western Canada, carving an amphitheater-like crater into the ground and littering it with meteorites. This is your chance to go on a guided tour of the Whitecourt Meterorite Impact Crater. Full Day Tour

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Elk Island National Park & Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve

Located less than an hour away from Edmonton, Elk Island National Park of Canada protects the wilderness of the aspen parkland, one of the most endangered habitats in Canada. This beautiful oasis is home to herds of free roaming plains bison, wood bison, moose, deer, and elk. Also boasting over 250 species of birds, the park is a bird watcher's paradise. Be it for wildlife viewing, hiking, golfing, picnicking or overnight camping, there is something for everyone at Elk Island National Park. Full Day Tour

Fort Edmonton Park

At Canada's largest living history museum, discover Edmonton's past as a fur trading post in 1846, as a bustling frontier town on 1885 Street, as Alberta's new capital on 1905 Street, and on its way to becoming a modern city on 1920 Street. One of Edmonton's premier attractions, the Park features over 75 structures many of which are the originals. Costumed interpreters operate the site and live the way of the past. Exploring each building, each room, and talking to the 'inhabitants' makes for an extremely enjoyable recreational visit. This attraction can be viewed in a few hours or may take many return visits to appreciate the sense of the past. Full Day Tour

Jurassic Forest

Walk along a trail through towering trees, you turn a corner and there he is - a massive, roaring T-rex, its body blocking the sun, flashing rows of rip-sawing, flesh-ripping teeth. Tyrannosaurus rex is the signature experience at this new interactive dinosaur park, about a 30-minute drive north of Edmonton. The Cretaceous carnivore is one of 40 life-sized, rubber-skinned, pre-historic robotic beasts that have been built and lowered in by helicopter amidst the trees, marshland and bushes of this 16-hectare park. Visitors can take guided tours or walk by themselves through two kilometres of trails in two loops. They can see a stegosaurus, a triceratops, and a hadrosaurus. There are also two ankylosauruses, low-rising beasts with armoured backs and club tails, battling it out. Half Day Tour

TELUS World of Science - Edmonton

There's nothing quite like the TELUS World of Science. Kids love it. Adults think it's great. Whether you have an hour or an afternoon, this is your chance to experience science like never before. Explore an exhibit or two, catch the latest IMAX film, immerse yourself in cool Full-Dome shows in the Margaret Zeidler Star Theatre or be dazzled by an array of Science Demonstrations. Half Day Tour

Enjoy Centre

More than a garden centre, the Enjoy Centre is built on the central conviction that consumers want more than products and services. They want an experience. They want to shop in an environment that shuts out the world but that opens up their imaginations. A place to discover new trends, get expert advice and enjoy the surroundings. Always inspiring. Always evolving. Always inviting. The Enjoy Centre is more than a store - it's a destination; your place to reflect, relax, and reconnect. Amaranth Whole Foods Market, SandyView Farms Delicatessen, Prairie Baker, The Water Garden Spa & Wellness Retreat, Beautiful Home & Gift, Hillaby's (Tools, for Cooks), Liquid Harvest Fine Wine, Spirits & Ales, Prairie Bistro Cafe.
Half Day Tour (cancelled).

Muttart Conservatory

One of Edmonton's most iconic structures, the Muttart Conservatory offers a year-round escape into the beauty of the world's plant life. Vibrant, colourful, tranquil and inspirational, the pyramids' display gardens are a welcome oasis for all.
Half Day Tour (cancelled).