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Make the most of fall in Calgary

Fall is in full swing in Calgary. Even though the days and nights are cooler, the city is bustling with cultural and historical activities that will delight visitors.

The Glenbow Museum

From September 5 to October 31, the Glenbow Museum is presenting the Porchtraits exhibition, a series of photo portraits of different Canadian families in isolation during COVID-19. The images reflect a wide variety of experiences, emphasizing the importance of solidarity in these turbulent times. 

Calgary Scavenger Hunt

Explore Calgary with the Let's Roam mobile app, travelling from place to place to discover Calgary's cultural, historical or artistic landmarks. It's a fun way to take in the sites while completing photo challenges and answering quiz questions. Can you beat Calgary's high score?

Ol’ Beautiful Brewing Company

A fantastic microbrewery with 14 original cask beers, Ol' Beautiful Brewing Company is located in the beautiful Inglewood district. A great selection of non-alcoholic drinks is also available, such as strawberry and blackberry sparkling water and kombucha made with wild tea, ginger and lime! Visit on a Saturday night to combine beer tasting (or beer cocktails) with a live music show. 

Bow Valley Ranche

Nestled in Fish Creek Provincial Park south of Calgary, Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant offers an exceptional and friendly dining experience, despite the challenges of today's restaurant environment. Every Saturday and Sunday in October 2020, garden domes seating 6 guests will be installed in the restaurant's courtyard to provide a never-before-seen culinary experience! 

RNR Wellness Spa

Located on the penthouse level of Hotel Le Germain, RNR Wellness Spa is an unequalled haven of peace. Enjoy the

benefits of one of the infrared saunas or a massage before taking a rest in one of the various relaxation rooms featuring a breathtaking view of Calgary. Take a cozy break and relax. You deserve it!

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Germain HôtelsSeptember 21st, 2020
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