10 Things to Do in Nanton That You Shouldn't Miss
Discover the best top things to do in Nanton, Canada including Bomber Command Museum of Canada, Chain Lakes Provincial Park, Canadian Grain Elevator Discovery Centre, Ultimate Trains, Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage, Sentimental Journey Antiques, The Candy Store in Nanton, Museum of Miniatures, Nanton Golf Club, Ultimate Trains.
1. Bomber Command Museum of Canada
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Reviewed By Usia2014 - Calgary, CanadaCalgary, Canada
Great place to take visitors!
We love going on a day trip to Nanton and visiting the Bomber Command Museum. On this occasion we took a family member from out of country whose father was a pilot and he thoroughly enjoyed it as much as we always do. The Lancaster was outside and they ha
2. Chain Lakes Provincial Park
4 based on 24 reviews
This park is located in Willow Creek valley between the Porcupine Hills and Rocky Mountains. The creek was dammed to form Chain Lakes Reservoir. Large clumps of willow and open grassland result in willow parkland, which is not well represented elsewhere in Alberta's parks and protected areas network.
Reviewed By Andy V - Nanton, CanadaNanton, Canada
Year Round Sport Fishing Opportunity
Yes hello goes out to all that might have the opportunity to come visit Chain lakes Provincial Park in a foothill setting next to the mountains with gorgeous views and good camping, access to camp kitchen, toilets, burger shack, pop machine and visitor in
3. Canadian Grain Elevator Discovery Centre
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Reviewed By blindcreek42 - Petitcodiac, CanadaPetitcodiac, Canada
Worth the Stop ...
Interesting stop that is really quite surprising.Didn't have alot of expectations for what it would be like and what I would take away from it but very pleasant and worthwhile endeavor.Well presented and informative.Not sure that anyone will be disappoint
4. Ultimate Trains
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Reviewed By goingplacesfamily - Canadian Rockies, CanadaCanadian Rockies, Canada
Great! Very neat!
Wow! Not many people put that much work into their jobs! These hosts really love their attraction. Kids liked it and wanted to stay longer. Easy attraction, no crowds. Four of us rode the little train! So neat!CLOSING in October 2015 so hurry up and go se
5. Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage
5 based on 1 reviews
Reviewed By Professional-Pilgrim - Alberta, CanadaAlberta, Canada
A fascinating, beautiful place in rural Alberta
The University of Lethbridge was gifted this fascinating place by its owner, Mr. Jim Coutts, whose grandfather had built the original homestead in 1904 and resided there. Jim reclaimed it in the 1980s, and filled every corner and every inch of wall space
6. Sentimental Journey Antiques
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Reviewed By JeanYHZ - Waverley, CanadaWaverley, Canada
As a self-proclaimed vintage junkie, I LOVED this antiques store. I could have spent a fortune (if I had it!). It was a bit pricey, but the selection was huge and amazing. I could have spent hours in there, just browsing the various rooms.Thank you so muc
7. The Candy Store in Nanton
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Reviewed By DrEvil1976 - Lethbridge, CanadaLethbridge, Canada
Everyone was really friendly. They all had a good sense of humour and they let us take our time looking around even though they were close to closing time. The girls that work their really friendly. We have visited this place in the past and will go back.
8. Museum of Miniatures
4.5 based on 27 reviews
STROLL THROUGH TIME!!!Periods of history on a 1/12 scale. Visitpioneers in their covered wagons, tournative villages and an old western town. Tableaus feature logging, farming, a circus, African jungle animals and more. Also included are over 160 top qualityscale model cars, plus loads ofpictures, sculptures and artifactsWe are wheelchair friendly and have awonderful gift shop.
Reviewed By Michelle P - Edmonton, CanadaEdmonton, Canada
It kept our 4 year old very busy
When we first walked in, we expected only to visit the gift shop but the owners were so engaging that we went through the museum too. At $9 an adult and nothing for a 4 year old, we didn't think that was too expensive.We were given a personal tour by the
9. Nanton Golf Club
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Reviewed By Kurt S - McAllen, TexasMcAllen, Texas
More information needed on Web site
We always enjoy golfing Nanton...we had a tee time for the Friday after the huge rains that had hit the area. We drive from Lethbridge so we decided to check there website to see if they were allowing carts or if they were even open. There was no informat
10. Ultimate Trains
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By Bergs_Bees - Melfort, CanadaMelfort, Canada
Trains, trains, trains!!!
Our little guy is in looooove with Thomas and we had heard about this little place to stop to see and ride trains. It was an all afternoon excursion!!! There are two areas set up just for kids to play with trains and then a whole town set up (just for watching). Plus the train ride! We went 3 times and it was only $2 a ride! It was hours of entertainment!! We will definetly be stoppin again. :)