From festivals to K-Days, there are lots of events to fill your Edmonton summer.
But here's 10 capital locations, in no particular order, you might also want to check out.
Number 1 - High Level Bridge Streetcar
This historic ride showcasing some of the best views of the city in an experience all kept on track by local volunteers.
Number 2 - Edmonton's River Valley
This ribbon of green features 20 major parks and 160 kilometres of pathways maintained year round.
Number 3 - National Curling Training Centre
Top athletes hurry hard to the Saville Community Sports Centre to rock this Canadian pastime.
Number 4 - Hotel Macdonald
Built by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway back in 1915 — for years The Hotel Mac stood as the grandest and tallest building as the city grew up around it.
Number 5 - Rogers Place
Number 6 - Reuse Centre
Great for crafters, this spot at 68th Avenue and 83rd Street is where you can drop off a variety of recycled items for free so others can pick them up for cheap.
Number 7 - La Cité Francophone
Nestled in Edmonton's Bonnie Doon neighbourhood, this centre features a cafe, gallery, French services and cultural festivals.
Number 8 - Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Number 9 - Old Strathcona
Features festivals, a farmers market and historic buildings lining popular Whyte Avenue.
Number 10 - Neon Sign Museum
This collection on the Telus Building and south wall of the Mercer Warehouse at 104th Street and 104th Avenue is a glowing humming gem in Our Edmonton.
You can see more fun features and community events in Our Edmonton: The Capital Gems Edition Saturday at 10 a.m. and Sunday and Monday at 11 a.m. on CBC TV.