We invite you to take a look at Airdrie's many beautiful landmarks.
The water tower has been a familiar landmark in Airdrie since its construction in 1959. Learn more about the water tower history
The historic railway station may be gone, but a quick visit on Sunday to the Iron Horse Miniature Railway Park is a sure fire replacement. The miniature trains, track and landscape represent the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) from the prairies to the coast. Ride the 1.6km interpretive journey aboard one of the 1/8th scale diesel or steam locomotives at the park and get a feeling of what the railway was like in Western Canada during the pioneer days. Learn more about Iron Horse Park
Dotted along Airdrie's pathways and canal system, one can usually find a water treatment feature. These make the perfect backdrop to that serene family adventure, biking, walking or jogging the 140km of connect pathways found in the City or along the Trans Canada Trail.
A staple for over 20 years, he not just any giant cowboy! He wears fabric clothes, not painted-on clothes. There is also a giant bull, a Tow Mater lookalike, a giant rooster, and a monster truck with a monster 5th wheel RV. Western RV is located at 61 East Lake Ramp NE.
Looking for more local treasures? A stop at the Nose Creek Valley Museum can help for residents and tourists alike.