At The Juniper Hotel: Original Canadian and aboriginal artwork
Heritage hallway of mountain culture and early peoples history
Onsite walking trail with interpretive displays
ArtSPeak Art Festival
ArtSPeak is a festive around-town arts festival celebrating the talents of local and visiting visual, literary, and performing artists in Canmore. The festival takes place in early June.
Banff Summer Arts Festival
The Banff Summer Arts festival features music, dance, film, opera, visual and literary arts, exhibitions, and new media events. The Festival runs from May through August, with more than 150 events. Check or call the Banff Centre Box Office 1-800-413-8368.for festival details.
Banff Centre – What’s on
The Banff Centre is internationally recognized as Canada’s creative leader in arts and culture. See What’s On at The Centre
Banff Culture Walk
The self-guided Banff Culture Walk is your opportunity to visit Banff's most interesting art galleries, museums, and cultural attractions. Pick up a Banff Culture Walk guide at the front desk and get started!
Banff Mountain Film Festival
The Banff Mountain Film Festival showcases the best films worldwide in mountain subjects, including alpinism, culture, environment, and sport. And it attracts the best in mountaineering, adventure filmmaking, and extreme sports as presenters and speakers.
Banff World Television Festival
The Banff World Television Festival is the most important annual event worldwide for television content creators. It's an annual forum dedicated to the development of business and creative opportunities for those in television programming and new media industries
Canada Day Parade and Celebration
Canada's confederation is celebrated every year on July 1 with a parade and other activities.
Canmore Folk Music Festival
Alberta's oldest folk festival is one of the most popular events in Canmore. This is a family event that everyone will enjoy. The festival takes place in late July. Check with the concierge for this year's festival details.
The Eleanor Luxton Historical Foundation Tours
Step back in time at one of Banff, Alberta, Canada National Park historical homes
Outdoor Interpretive Theatre
Banff National Park provides interpretive programming during the summer season.
Every year, Banff and Lake Louise celebrate the start of winter with two weekends of events that are fun for both residents and visitors. Late November to early December
The Banff Winter Festival offers nine days of winter fun and madness, late in January each year. Late January
WordFest is one of Canada's hottest literary events, featuring an all-star roster of Canadian and international writers, and events at multiple locations in Calgary and Banff. Mid October.