Experience the heritage of Banff National Park this summer through a variety of FREE interpretive programs.
Cave & Basin Discovery Camp (Wednesdays-Saturdays on the corner of Banff Avenue & Buffalo Street):
Get a taste of what camp life was like for the crew that built the Canadian Pacific Railway through the Bow Valley in 1883. Roast bannock over the campfire while costumed interpreters reveal the story of the Cave & Basin National Historic Site. Snap a souvenir photo of you "discovering" the wonders of Banff's natural hot springs for the first time!
Historical Walking Tours (Tuesdays and Sundays, meet in front of the Lake Louise shoreline at 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3:00pm):
Learn about the natural and human history of Lake Louise - part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site! The tour also visits the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise and Deer Lodge for an inside look at the architectural history of these incredible buildings.