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Looking for some fun things to do in Calgary or around Edmonton, but want to stay warm while you're at it? Alberta might be known for its epic hikes and stunning mountains, but sometimes snow and freezing cold temperatures mean a hike is out of the question.

Luckily, the province actually has a lot of fun things to do that are strictly indoors so no winter gear is necessary. From epic mini golf courses to indoor skydiving or even a quiet afternoon at a museum, you can still have an amazing day without stepping foot outdoors.

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Fall is finally here but if you're well and truly on a budget after summer, there are a ton of activities to do in the province that are super cheap but will still give you all those fall vibes.

From corn mazes to botanical gardens, these activities will cost you less than $15 and they'll keep you entertained for hours.

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It's that time of year to indulge in a fun fall activity! As the air gets a bit cooler and turns crisp, it's the perfect time to head to a farm and try to make your way out of a corn maze.

These corn mazes in Canada are perfect places to get lost in this season, with locations across the country and huge fields spanning several acres that you can wander through with friends for a perfect fall day.

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Summer is almost drawing to a close but if you're secretly looking forward to cooler weather, Alberta has a ton of things to do that will give you all the cozy fall vibes.

Fall famously never lasts long in Alberta, with golden trees replaced by snow pretty much overnight. So, it's never too early to start planning out your season's activities.

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The spirit of fall reawakens! A magical Halloween event is heading to two Alberta cities next month and you'll be able to wander through trails of thousands of carved, glowing pumpkins.

Pumpkins After Dark is bringing brand-new displays of pumpkins to Winsport (Calgary) and Borden Park (Edmonton), from late September through to Halloween (full details below). These are jack-o-lanterns like you've never seen them before!

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