Best Landmarks in Medicine Hat

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Medicine Hat, AB. All of our landmarks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


15 Eagle Birth Road SouthWest, Medicine Hat, AB T1B 4W1

Since 1991

World's Tallest Tepee, Historical Places, Artwork, Cultural, Buffalo Camp and Meat Processing Site, Parking, Monument, Northern Plains Archaeological Sites, Group Tours, Artifacts & Self-Guided Walking Tour

The tepee is ringed with 10 large circular story-boards depicting aspects of native culture and history. Has a foundation weight of 800 metric tons and the dead load of the structure is 200 metric tons. This self-guided walking tour will show you one of the foremost important archaeological sites of the Northern Plains


Open 24 hours

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414 First Street Southeast, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 0A8

Since 1915

Music, Technology, Read Alberta Books, Movies, TV Shows, Collections, Universal Access, Reading, Book Club Kits, Video Games, Library Catalogue, Children/Teen Space and Adult Programs, E-Learning with Gale Courses, E-Magazines, Computers, Meeting Room Rentals & Research Services

Free admission for children under 18 and dozens of free programs for all ages each week. With over 13,000 patrons. Provides their community with equitable and convenient access to books, media, information and programs that help to educate, enrich, entertain and inform


Mon - Thu 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Fri & Sat 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sun 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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1280 10th Avenue Southwest, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 1J1

Since 1886

Muslim, Field of Honour, Flower Bed Preparation, Family Plot Area, Catholic and Children’s Section, Columbaria, In-Ground Cremains, Memorial Bench Program, Infant, Jewish, Arboretum, Burial Listings, Traditional Interments, Monument Guidelines, Anglican & Scattering Garden

Has over 1600 trees of varying species make the cemetery appears to be a well-arranged forest from both the air and roadway. Provides a peaceful, quiet sanctuary to commemorate the history of the community through devotion, pride, and remembrance, served by professional, dedicated personnel. It comprises 80 acres of sloping and level land of which 57 acres are in active use. There are currently over 28,000 burials

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Oct - Apr:
Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
May -Sept:
Mon - Sun 7:30 am - 10:00 pm

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