Published on March 1, 2021

Top 5 Must Sees

Local residents voted, and these are the Top 5 Things you MUST see or do while in town.


Red Willow Trail System through Downtown

Aerial Photo of Red Willow Trail beside St. Albert Place leading towards the Healing Garden, Children's Bridge and Trestle Bridge

As part of a 99.5km trail system throughout St. Albert, the trails in the downtown core offer beauty in all the seasons. Notable sights include St. Albert Place, Celebration Garden, the Children's Bridge and the CN Train Trestle. St. Albert's downtown, the Perron District fills the senses with beauty, art, festivals, local food and unique boutiques.

Trail System Information

The Enjoy Centre

Photo of Enjoy centre

This destination shopping centre is home to 12 unique retailers, including boutiques, wine & spirits, a spa, a bakery, a restaurant and the Hole's Greenhouse. Soaring glass ceilings provide breathtaking views of the prairie sky, and you can dine with windows overlooking Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park at Glasshouse Kitchen & Bar.

Enjoy Centre Website 

St. Albert Farmers' Market

Photo of a couple buying fruit from a man at the Farmers market

The St. Albert Farmers' Market is the largest outdoor market in Western Canada. Every Saturday from mid-June to Thanksgiving, you will find over 250 vendors offering you home-bakes, homegrown, or homemade goods. 

Please note: This photo was taken before the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Farmer's Market Website

St. Albert Botanic Park

Photo of a couple and a small girl having a picnic at the Botanic Garden

The St. Albert Botanic Park has five acres of blooms and foliage to entice your senses and is home to Alberta's largest public rose garden. 

Botanic Park Website

St. Albert Grain Elevator Park

Photo of a family of four walking out of the Grain Elevator

A visit to the completely restored Grain Elevators and replica 1920's Train Station is the perfect outing for families. Kids can play on vintage farm equipment, learn how the elevators worked and even try out a Morse code transmitter. Open from the May long weekend to September long weekend.

Grain Elevator Details

Note: Please contact local businesses and attractions directly for information on their current offerings.

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Last edited: June 10, 2021