The 10 Best Things to Do in Leduc, Alberta
Discover the best top things to do in Leduc, Canada including Telford Lake, Leduc Cinemas, Rabbit Hill Snow Resort, The Amazing Field Maze, Leduc. Recreation Centre, Leduc Heritage Grain Elevator, Dr. Woods House Museum, Leduc Rapid Bingo, Barclay Dog Park, Chacra Wellness.
1. Telford Lake
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Reviewed By sipari_traveller - Edmonton, CanadaEdmonton, Canada
Not too far from Edmonton, Telford Lake is an excellent place to go for stand up paddle boarding. It is also close to the airport so you can watch planes coming in for takeoff and landing depending on the direction of the wind. It is a great place so spen
2. Leduc Cinemas
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Reviewed By Jim H - Leduc, CanadaLeduc, Canada
Movie night with wife
Excellent small town enviroment..excellent staff and very fast service...definitely will return...lots of parking and very easy location to find.
3. Rabbit Hill Snow Resort
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Rabbit Hill Snow Resort is the largest Capital Region Ski and Snowboard Resort located in the scenic North Saskatchewan River valley 15 minutes South West of Edmonton. Rabbit Hill offers over 40 acres of ski and snowboard trails as well as one of the best Terrain parks in Western Canada. Need some lessons? No problem. Rabbit Hill’s award winning Snow School offers lessons for all ages and ability levels and will make skiing or snowboarding fun and effortless.
Reviewed By mandysneddon - Edmonton, CanadaEdmonton, Canada
Get your ski legs ready!
Rabbit Hill is great for getting your ski legs back or trying new equipment. Families and small kids are everywhere so good place for them, there was a BBQ and DJ when we went and it is a very sunny spot, nice day out! Ski hire was quite a smooth transact
4. The Amazing Field Maze
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Come check out The Amazing Field Maze and see all the farm animals! Winner of the CFCW 2002 Small Farm Business of the Year! Fun for all ages. Open August until October anually.
Reviewed By Heather J - Kamloops, CanadaKamloops, Canada
Great time with the kids
We took our nieces there this past weekend (they are 2 and 3) and they had a blast. They loved the goats and other animals and navigating our way through the maze. It is quite long though so do not expect it to be a quick visit. Piggybacks were necessary
5. Leduc. Recreation Centre
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Reviewed By Ryan S
Great place to take the kids
We're staying in Leduc while visiting our friends and family in Edmonton and the surrounding area and have now spent 2 days hanging out at the rec centre! A family pass is $19.50 and you can do what ever you want, swim, soccer, basket ball, skate, indoor
6. Leduc Heritage Grain Elevator
4.5 based on 9 reviews
We are one of the last wood crib elevators built and remaining in Alberta. In 2003 we were granted Registered Historic Site status and are a volunteer driven society. We are a museum dedicated to telling the story of agriculture and elevators in this area.
Reviewed By princesscruisers - EdmontonEdmonton
Old but not Forgotten
One of the few remaining wooden grain elevators left in pristine condition. A dedicated group of enthusiasts put in many long hours to keep this amazing piece of history alive. Still in it's original site along the Canadian Pacific line through the City o
7. Dr. Woods House Museum
5 based on 2 reviews
This Museum was the home of one of the first doctors in the area, Dr. Robert Woods and family. Dr. Woods practiced medicine right out of his own home in the fully restored attached medical wing. Built in 1927 for Dr. Woods, the house is a fine example of Craftsman style architecture, decorated in the Art Deco period. It charmingly illustrates an upper-middle class lifestyle from the late 1920s.
Reviewed By mainstreetlleduc - Leduc, CanadaLeduc, Canada
Step into the past!
This museum is incredibly well maintained. Dr Woods and his wife Olive lived there in the 1920's with their children. Their story is interesting and this is a must see museum in Leduc.Best of all this museum is free! They ask for a small donation if you a
8. Leduc Rapid Bingo
4 based on 4 reviews
Reviewed By Bieratka - Leduc, CanadaLeduc, Canada
Very nice and clean. Friendly staff. Great food and lots of fun. If you think you are lucky, you should try it. :)Thank you for reviewing our hall. We appreciate your feedback and hope you are feeling lucky again soonBest regardsDarrelynn Fair
9. Barclay Dog Park
2 based on 2 reviews
Reviewed By PMahdis - Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
Just reviewing to get it on the map for travellers
This is a wide open park with grass and a few shrubs and picnic tables. I have never seen more than 2 cars in the parking lot and typically zero. I just go here for lunch and I have never brought my dog, but would choose it if in the neighborhood.
10. Chacra Wellness
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Reviewed By 402louisee - Edmonton, CanadaEdmonton, Canada
Relaxing, salty experience for a group of friends.
Recently visited this spot with a group of seven friends. It was very relaxing and informative. Several bought Himalayan Salt lamps. Great selection and good prices. I can't comment on health and wellness properties from one visit, but it was a nice time.