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Calgary's Stampede Park: Art & the Wild West Walking Tour

  • Duration: 2h
  • Live guide in English
  • Group of max. 10 people
Out of season
  • Start time: 14:30
  • Admission to Stampede Park
  • Guided walking tour (approximately 2 hours)
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About: Stampede Park

Stampede Park is one of the most popular international tourist attractions in Calgary, drawing over four million guests a year. A gathering place for visitors and locals alike, it's the home of the famous Calgary Stampede as well as a range of other sporting events, concerts, and trade shows. Stampede Park is easily accessible by light rail, and includes a number of facilities including the Saddledome and Corral, the Big Four Building, a casino, the Stampede Grandstand, and more.

Stampede Park
650 25 Avenue Southeast, T2G 4K8, Calgary
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