This is where City Council meets. On the exterior is a large wading pool with fountains for kids to enjoy. The interior has a high ceiling with a large set of stairs. This makes it an ideal site for choirs to perform or for photos of large groups to be taken.
We were impressed with the glass pyramid and the whole surrounding area is worth a look. Unfortunately the building itself was closed when we were there (later in the day) so we didn't get to see inside - but we liked the outside very much. looks like there has been major redevelopment in this area and it is an interesting... 更多
This area was a huge redevelopment and I thought it was a waste at the time with all of the fountains and hard cement. However, the city events team has put a huge amount of effort in to make this a usable area and now you often find many people there even without an event going on. The big issue... 更多
Was there for Street Performers Festival. The City Hall itself is a busy place, but the plaza is the place to go. Pool for kids to paddle in. Great fun.
Visited City Hall and loved its beautiful setting in Churchill Square, with the fountains and ponds outside (you can paddle in the pond !) . Very modern interior and exterior Architecture. Fascinating history around the walled galleries showing history of Edmonton, from its origins to modern day, Exhibits of "Declaration", First Nation memorabilia, Photos of all the City Council Leaders,... 更多
This building is worth going in and looking up. The pyramid is impressive and really looks like it should be an important government building. Lots of different activities run on many of the days.
The e park meters are totally unfriendly to coins. We have been downtown on two separate occasions with no meter parking anywhere to be found. To top it off, the paying with coins is a sham, as the coins slide through and then a credit card has to be used. You have to walk half a block also to find... 更多
The water fountains are great during the summer and the grounds are well kept. This is a great place to spend a day with family or to sit and read. City hall park if home to a lot of events (Taste of Edmonton, food trucks etc) during the summer.