The Mall in West Edmonton
This mall is a renown attraction for tourists, being the biggest in Canada and among the biggest on the planet. As well as its’ countless restaurants and shops, the center has cinemas, a hotel, an ice rink, a large water park and lots more. Several of the Europa Boulevard shops use storefronts with a European design and bear the names of famous fashion designers. Live music and Creole food are available on Bourbon Street, which is an imitation of the well known New Orleans street. Galaxyland is another feature of the mall that draws crowds, being among the biggest indoor, covered amusement arcades on the planet. Many types of rides are offered, such as a rollercoaster with three loops.
The Village of Ukrainian Culture
Founded in the seventies on the highway at Yellowhead, this museum conserves the cultural artifacts of numerous immigrants from the Ukraine and Bukovina, who came to Alberta at the end of the nineteenth century. Different historical structures have been erected in the village, and the distinctive Ukrainian church dome can be seen from a long way away. There are lots of historical sights to visit, such as a market, a blacksmith, and a traditional grocery store.