Aller directement au contenu

Explorez Pincher Creek No. 9

Best things to do in Pincher Creek No. 9

Tourist Information Center
“Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Interpretive Centre is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site that preserves and interprets over 6,000 years of Plains Buffalo culture. Through vast landscapes, exhibits, and diverse programming, learn about the cultural significance of this cliff to the Plains People.”
Recommandé par 18 habitants
Museum
“Learn what it was like to be a coal miner. The tour goes right into the mine shaft. Bring warm clothes, even on the hottest summer day, the inside of the mine can be cool.”
Recommandé par 5 habitants
Tourist Information Center
“There is a wealth of local history, a lovely gift shop, an interactive village with many of the original buildings”
Recommandé par 5 habitants
Museum
“Check out the Crowsnest Museum and its next-door neighbour, the APP Barracks. The scene of Canada's most infamous rum running murder, the APP Barracks features interactive displays that will give you pause to think on some of the era's more controversial issues.”
Recommandé par 5 habitants
Museum
“A wonderful place to explore the history of farming and ranching in Southern Alberta”
Recommandé par 2 habitants
Museum
“The Frank Slide was a rockslide that buried part of the mining town of Frank, Northwest Territories,Canada, at 4:10 a.m. on April 29, 1903. Around 110 million tonnes (121 million US tons) of limestone rock slid down Turtle Mountain. Witnesses reported that the rock had reached up the opposing hills within 100 seconds, obliterating the eastern edge of Frank, the Canadian Pacific Railway line and the coal mine. It was one of the largest landslides in Canadian history and remains the deadliest, as between 70 and 90 of the town's residents were killed, most of whom remain buried in the rubble. Frank Slide interpretive Centre is a must visit it is am amazing sight to see in person, a part of Alberta and Canadian History. I have done the tour and would highly recommend. Please note the province of Alberta was not created until September 1905, more than two years after the slide. The community was still part of the Northwest Territories when the incident occurred.”
Recommandé par 1 habitant
Museum
“Ruins of historic coal mine, self guided interpretive walk Visit: history.alberta.ca”
Recommandé par 1 habitant
Gym
“Super local swimming pool with water slide, there’s also a splash park out back open in the summer ”
Recommandé par 1 habitant
Galerie d'art
“Crowsnest Pass is a natural magnet for artists and this public gallery features work in a variety of mediums by our many talented artists. There are revolving exhibits as well as an amazing gift store. Free admission.”
Recommandé par 1 habitant
Museum
Recommandé par 1 habitant