Calgary Walks

800 McLeod Tr SE, Calgary


403 620 6520

Year round


About Calgary Walks, Alberta, Canada

Calgary Walks is Calgary’s walking tour experience.

Discover what makes Calgary such an exciting place through Calgary Walks: history, architecture, river walks, public art, secret sculpture gardens, cool public spaces, restaurants, shopping and more!!

Calgary Walks Walking Tours

Downtown Core Tour: Every building tells a story. Calgary’s downtown core spins a yarn of a brash frontier town that has grown into a lively urban center where you can literally stand with one foot in the past and one in the present – and follow a “ribbon of steel” through the heart of the city. You’ll have an on-the-go experience Google Earth could never deliver.

Custom Tours: Available for larger groups and/or custom routes, including Inglewood. Please contact Calgary Walks for more details.

Who will enjoy Calgary Walks tours the best?

Adults might find the range of topics covered a bit more interesting, but we’ve had many happy families join us with kids of all ages.

When to go on a Calgary Walks tour?

Calgary Walks Hours:

Year Round

Busy season runs May-Sept, when the weather in Calgary is best.

May-Sep tour schedule available online and for online booking.

Tours are offered year round, on a per request basis (based on guide availability and weather).

Duration: ~ 2 hours.

How much do Calgary Walks tours cost?

GA (18-64) – $18

Golden Agers (65+) – $15

Youth ( 8-17) – $15

Little Ones (0-7) – FREE

Types of payments accepted – all online bookings are done via secure Eventbrite page, which allows Visa and Mastercard.

How to get tickets? : Online at

If your desired date/time are not available, call Calgary Walks at 403 620 6520 (local), 855 620 6520 (toll-free).

How to get to Calgary Walks?

Tour starting point is at Calgary City Hall Municipal Plaza in downtown Calgary, located at 800 McLeod Tr SE. Google Maps location

The starting point is a short walk from City Hall C-Train station.

Parking – Downtown has plenty of (paid) street parking, as well as several pay lots near to the starting point (including Calgary Telus Convention Centre).

What about Amenities, and Accessibility?

calgarywalksgroup Washroom breaks as requested (plenty of public washrooms in downtown).

100+ dining options nearby (ask them for a recommendation during your tour, and they’ll point out/direct you to some great spots)

Hotels/Accomodations: 15+ nearby downtown hotels.

Tours are wheel chair accessible.

Service animals allowed.

For other FAQ’s, see here

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