City Guide 2014 - Page 10

9. Take a tour of the Alberta Aviation Museum. The Museum has over 40 aircrafts on display as well as over 50 exhibits; my boys love seeing the ‘planes’ almost as much as my husband does. 10. Go to the International Children’s Festival. This festival usually takes place in St. Albert and is designed with little ones in mind! 11. Ride the High Level Bridge Streetcar. The streetcar travels from Old Strathcona to the Jasper Terminus with three stops along the way. 12. Explore at the John Janzen Nature Centre, where the focus is nature. You and your little ones can tour the exhibit room, learn at the compost education centre or by discover what is in the prairie pond. The JJ Nature Centre also offers a nature themed play area (Tegler Discovery Zone) which features a real honeybee hive. 10 • | EDMONTON | A RESOURCE GUIDE | 2014 EDMONTON | A RESOURCE GUIDE | 2014 13. Visit the Sea Life Caverns & Deep Sea Adventure Lake at West Edmonton Mall. You will see: fish, sharks, turtles and penguins to name a few. When visiting the caverns you will also have the opportunity to touch an anemone, sea urchin and stingrays! 14. Go back in time at the John Walter Museum. This museum is a small facility the showcases what life was like in the Strathcona community from 1875 to 1915. 15. Take in a show at the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, with different events offered throughout the year you can find the one that would work best for your family. 16. Go to K Days, a family favorite. K Days offers a variety of activities, from a midway with rides and games, to concerts; a parade and indoor exhibits.