Tours & Attractions

Discover Banff National Park

With the vast Rocky Mountain landscape surrounding us it is easy to fall in love with Banff over and over again. From stunning mountain ranges, rushing rivers and wildlife everywhere you turn it can be overwhelming having to decide what you want to discover first. These tours will help you experience Banff the way it was meant to. 

Wildlife Tours 
Discover Banff and its wildlife in a safe, guided experience through the National Park. Evening wildlife tours or Grizzly Bear experiences are available, so you are able to view Banff's majestic wildlife in the most ideal way possible. 

Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary 
Gain a better understanding of wild wolves and their importance in the natural environment. This adventure is available via tour, or a self-guided drive from the National Park.

Banff Upper Hot Springs 
Discovered in 1884, the Banff Upper Hot Springs are one of Banff's most visited attractions. The hot springs contain five key minerals: sulphate, calcium, bicarbonate, magnesium and sodium and are kept at balmy temperatures between 37 and 40 degrees celcius.

Sightseeing Tours
With endless wonders explore in our National Park, there are a great range of sightseeing tours available to show you the sights and attractions like a local. Discover the picturesque lakes, mountain peaks and iconic photo vantage points from trusted Tour Guides. Our Concierge Team would be happy to suggest a sightseeing tour catered to your holiday needs.

Museums 
With four local museums in the National Park, guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to exploring our rich history. The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies offers a glimpse of the 'spirit of the wilderness' through displays and cultural programs, and featured the largest collection of Canadian Rockies art and historical artefacts. The Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum celebrates the native people of this area through cultural displays showcasing tipi, exquisite quillwork and unique hunting equipment.

Historic Sites 
Banff has preserved its rich history and cultural sites for visitors to explore. The Cave & Basin historical site preserves the stories of the hot springs that have beckoned travelers to Banff since the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Managed by Parks Canada, this is a great cultural activity to enjoy on your visit to Banff. Alternatively the Banff Park Museum is located on Banff Avenue and a wonderful hub of local history. 

 

 
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Waldhaus Pub & Biergarten
Loosen your lederhosen and head down to Banff's best kept secret, the Waldhaus Pub & Patio! 32 ounces later you'll be yodeling for another stein of our amazing Bavarian Bier.

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