2019-08-06 Staycation in the City
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If you are unable to get away from the city for the summer, we have some great suggestions that will help make your summer fun and exciting.
Andrew Hempstead’s short pocket-sized book about Calgary highlights the best sights, museums, and historical parks in the city.
Calgary's Grand Story: The Making of a Prairie Metropolis from the Viewpoint of Two Heritage Buildings shows how two historic buildings in Calgary’s downtown (the Grand Theatre and the Lougheed Building) were a huge part this city’s political, economic, and cultural history.
Maybe you want to take in a play at Lunchbox Theatre or Vertigo Theatre or maybe take in Shakespeare by the Bow “A Midsummer’s Night Dream” at Prince’s Island Park.
Shakespeare and modern culture explores how Shakespeare continues to influence modern society today.
You might want to hang out at a beautiful city park (some of the more popular parks include: Fish Creek Provincial Park, Edworthy Park, Nose Hill Park, Prince's Island Park or Stanley Park).
Calgary's Best Walks is an excellent guidebook with detailed maps of 35 different walking and hiking tours in Calgary.
With a little planning, you can have a wonderful summer in the city!