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Its a nice building. Although we did not go in it you can admire it from the outside and enjoy the scenic views that surround it. Check it out while your walking around Banff.
We walked around the front of the building and was impressed with the flowerbeds. Very nice. Behind the building they have a very impressive garden and pond / water display with loads of flowers again. Now when we visited the water ponds was not operating yet, but I could image that they would be great in 2-3 weeks all done... 更多
The building is amazing for an Administration building. The gardens are worth a visit, well maintained with care. The building has pride of place looking straight down the bridge and Main Street. Worth a visit.
Beautiful historic building which seems to have been preserved nicely. The gardens surrounding the building have been very well maintained as well.
While there really isn’t much to do at the building, simply stopping by and walking it’s grounds are enough. Built in 1935 the building is what you think of when you think of Canada. It is has a wonderfully manicured lawn and garden that provides for beautiful pictures when you gaze up at the buildings and the mountains behind it.... 更多
Standing tall & wide this is an impressive majestic building that one can drive around. Wish there offered some tours. Would have liked to take in a bit of history
I didn't mean to get it there and I did even know it is open to public. However, my driver sent us there during the sightseeing tour, which is a nice surprise for us. From here, you can enjoy the best view of the main street with the beautiful mountain behind. You can also relax yourself cause this is already... 更多
This pristine building in the middle of Banff is striking. The gardens around it are beautiful. The Bow River adds to the perfect setting. All I could think was what an amazing historical building...a perfect setting for a national park headquarters. It is full of memories and history and local identity.
Great views over the Bow River bridge back along Banff Avenue, from its slightly elevated position. In summer we had a guided tour by a First Nations chap of his teepee (apologies if that's not what they're called here).