Discover the best top things to do in Leduc, Canada including Telford Lake, Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre, Rabbit Hill Snow Resort, The Amazing Field Maze, Leduc Heritage Grain Elevator, Leduc Golf Club, Dr. Woods House Museum, dreamESCAPE Gaming Inc..
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4.5 based on 27 reviews
The paths and connector paths to this area are good but could use some expansion as it only serves the lake south shore line. I believe expansion is a work in progress. The paths are paved. Personally I prefer unpaved paths. The main appeal for the area is for walkers, bikers and bird watching. It also has a paddling feature used by the local paddling club. Swimming would not be recommended in these waters. Nice place to picnic and relax for locals & tourists alike, either for a few minutes or a few hours. It is wheel chair friendly!
4 based on 22 reviews
Leduc #1 Museum + Energy Discovery Centre, the birhtplace of the modern energy industry. Come visit us and learn the story of Alberta!
We traveled up to Leduc on the 31st of August to visit the Discovery Center, arriving to find it closed, and the Gate locked. Information we had on hand indicated that it should have been open, but it was not. Fortunately someone who was working in the area behind the museum came out of the locked area while we were staring at the fence, and told us that there was a pedestrian gate 50 meters or so to the right and if we wanted we could park in the camping trailer parking area next to the fence and that the gate would be open. It was - actually it was an opening in the fence.
Being from an oil producing area in Illinois from my high school days, the outdoor display was extremely interesting for me and my family. We actually spent almost 2 hours in the outside display area checking out all of the oil drilling equipment and the other larger construction machines that they have on display. It is almost 100% a hands on display, almost, and there is quite a bit of signage to assist in describing a lot of things. For someone totally uneducated in the oil drilling industry, I would, however, ask for some further explanations from someone.
Unfortunately the Museum building itself was locked down, and we were unable to see inside or discover what there was to learn from their displays, and would like to go back sometime and "see the rest".
I would consider this museum a very good learning adventure for children, and young adults alike, or for that matter, for anyone that is not familiar with the oil industry.
4 based on 15 reviews
Rabbit Hill Snow Resort is the largest Capital Region Ski and Snowboard Resort located in the scenic North Saskatchewan River valley 15 minutes South West of Edmonton. Rabbit Hill offers over 40 acres of ski and snowboard trails as well as one of the best Terrain parks in Western Canada. Need some lessons? No problem. Rabbit Hill’s award winning Snow School offers lessons for all ages and ability levels and will make skiing or snowboarding fun and effortless.
This is Edmonton's biggest ski hill. It can get busy when kids are out of school. The senior rate is for 55+ and an annual pass for seniors is $100; Some of the runs are sufficiently treed that you can actually forget you are not in the Mountains. One chair lift and other tow ropes and tee bars. Some steep black runs that require intermediate skill.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Come check out The Amazing Field Maze and see all the farm animals! Winner of the CFCW 2002 Small Farm Business of the Year! Fun for all ages. Open August until October anually.
A great way to start off the Thanksgiving weekend. The grandkids loved the play area and the maze was enjoyed by all of our family.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
One of the few remaining wooden grain elevators left in pristine condition. A dedicated group of enthusiasts put in many long hours to keep this amazing piece of history alive. Still in it's original site along the Canadian Pacific line through the City of Leduc Alberta. Located just off the QE2 highway south 15 minutes from Edmonton and near the Edmonton International Airport. This historical site is a center point for many of the summer activities of this vibrant community. This is a small site and is easily walked and viewed. You can see why they used to call these structures the "Prairie Skyscraper". Contact them through their website and get a personal historic lesson of the way it once was. There are great places to eat and stay while in Leduc.
3 based on 7 reviews
Exactly what the title says, this golf course is so overpriced it is unbelievable.
No twilight rate, Driving range isn't included in the inflated price, dirt cart paths, dead grass patches all over, highway noise, the clubhouse facilities are so old they look like they are ready to fall over. The list doesn't really end with this goat farm.
Don't waste your time and money.
This Museum was the home of one of the first doctors in the area, Dr. Robert Woods and family. Dr. Woods practiced medicine right out of his own home in the fully restored attached medical wing. Built in 1927 for Dr. Woods, the house is a fine example of Craftsman style architecture, decorated in the Art Deco period. It charmingly illustrates an upper-middle class lifestyle from the late 1920s.
Live-Action Escape Room Gaming, Corporate team building, Fun night out, Event hosting, Immersive Escape Room Experience. dreamESCAPE is also Leduc's source for board games!
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