The Best Tourist Attraction To Visit In Canada

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Gros Morne National Park is a world heritage site located on the west coast of Newfoundland. At 1,805 km2 (697 sq mi), it is the second largest national park in Atlantic Canada (surpassed by Torngat Mountains National Park at 9,600 km2/3,700 sq mi).
The park takes its name from Newfoundland’s second-highest mountain peak (at 2,644 ft/806 m) located within the park. Its French meaning is “large mountain standing alone,” or more literally “great sombre.” Gros Morne is a member of the Long Range Mountains, an outlying range of the Appalachian Mountains, stretching the length of the island’s west coast. Read More
More than a hotel, the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac is a Québec City icon. For over a century, it has perched atop Cape Diamond overlooking Dufferin Terrace and the St. Lawrence River.
You can come inside and admire the recently renovated lobby along with historical artifacts going back 400 years displayed in specially designed cases.
To learn more about this legendary castle, a guided tour is also available. 
In summer, the Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site, hidden under Dufferin Terrace, adjacent to the Château, is open to the public. Read More
Calgary’s Heritage Park Historical Village transports visitors back into the early days of the city and show what life was like on prairie homesteads. Fun family attractions and adult events are held regularly, and each has its own flavour. Here, we’ve compiled an easy-to-consult list that adventure-seekers can check no matter what time of year they’re heading to Calgary’s Heritage Park. Read More
This amazing dinosaur museum is located in the town of Drumheller, just 145 km northeast of Calgary  in Alberta, Canada.
You can easily visit the museum on a day trip from Calgary but if you want to have longer in Drumheller, we have listed some great accommodation options at the end.
Royal Tyrrell Museum address: 1500 N Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0, Canada
You can find the museum by taking the North Dinosaur Trail out of town for about 7 km (4 miles). It is clearly signposted on the right hand side of the road as you are heading away from Drumheller. Read More

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