Attractions

During your stay in our city, you will find that Enid’s B&B is ideally situated near eating establishments ranging from doughnut shops and MacDonalds, to the best candlelight dinners for two. Entertainment venues are only a few minutes away, as well as shopping outlets large and small. Golfing range and stadium sports facilities are a few minutes drive away. The Tourist Information office is also nearby, where professional staff are waiting to introduce you to our local highlights. They are happy to check open hours for you and map out your routes.

For those who enjoy a walking trail or bicycling – access to our fine city parks trail system is just two blocks away. Take a jog before breakfast, or take an afternoon to explore our urban or riverside parks. The Oldman River valley provides a beatiful setting for picnics, walks, and rides in Indian Battle Park. The park also contains the Helen Schuler Coulee Centre and nature reserve.

Cultural attractions in Lethbridge inlude The Sir Alexander Galt Museum, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, and the Yates Memorial Centre & Sterndale Bennett Theatre. Check out the Lethbridge Events or Alberta South Events for upcoming events.

If you would like to explore southern Alberta’s fantastic natural scenery, there are several major attractions that make great daytrips from Lethbridge. Spectacular Waterton Lakes National Park is less than an hour and a half away, as is the Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump. Other unique destinations include: Drumheller’s Tyrell Museum, Oldman River Dam Provincial Recreation Area, and Writing on Stone Provincial Park. For more ideas, check out: Travel Alberta and Alberta Provincial Parks.