Discover a world of things to do in Calgary

Blending world-class city attractions with its colorful ranching past, Calgary is fast becoming a global destination for business travelers and vacationers. Book accommodations at Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre Calgary Airport to stay close to things to do, less than 10 minutes from YYC airport and 20 minutes from downtown. While you’re here, get a bird’s-eye view of the city from the top of Calgary Tower, and expand your imagination with the interactive exhibits at TELUS Spark. At the end of your visit, hop aboard our free airport shuttle to catch your flight.

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Calgary Tower

5.89 mi / 9.47 km from the hotel
For a panoramic view of the city and the Rocky Mountains, make your way to the top of the Calgary Tower, standing 191 meters (626 feet) in the air. Hungry after your ascent? The tower features two restaurants, one of which rotates.

Calgary Zoo

4.91 mi / 7.91 km from the hotel
Walk from the African savanna to the rainforests of Asia in a single afternoon at Calgary Zoo. You'll love the antics of the penguins at Penguin Plunge and the life-size dinosaur replicas at Prehistoric Park.

CrossIron Mills

6.33 mi / 10.18 km from the hotel
You're sure to find what you're looking for at the largest one-level shopping mall in Alberta, which features hundreds of stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues.

Fort Calgary

5.41 mi / 8.71 km from the hotel
This National Historic Site is considered the birthplace of the city, housing artifacts, artwork, and period-style gardens that commemorate Calgary's heritage.

Glenbow Museum

5.82 mi / 9.37 km from the hotel
Dive into the history of Western Canada through the eyes of the region's artists. Glenbow is one of the country's largest museums, home to artifacts, paintings, sculptures, archived material, and historical documents.

Heritage Park Historical Village

10.36 mi / 16.67 km from the hotel
This family-friendly destination features interactive presentations and shows that demonstrate the ups and downs of life in a circa-1800 Western town setting.