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Local Links

Links to Local Tourist Attractions, Businesses, & Friends

Local Restaurants


Popiels Restaurant. Hwy 3, Coleman  403-563-5555 

Stones Throw Cafe. Main Steet Blairmore. 403-562-2230

ure Country Saloon...on Hwy 3 in Frank. 403-562-2992  

Crowsnest Cafe & Fly Shop... Hwy 3, Coleman. 403-563-8510

The Rum Runner Restaurant ... Hwy 3,Coleman. 403-562-7552

Chris' Restaurant... in downtown Coleman. 403-563-3093
Ben Wong Restaurant... Blairmore. 403-562-8388

Vito's Family Restaurant... Hwy 3, Coleman. 403-564-4522

Crowsnest Pass also offers: Subway, A&W, Tim Hortons, Cinnamon Bear Cafe,  Side Trax Diner, Bamboo Bistro.


Bellevue Underground Mine
Open to the public, May to September

Crowsnest Museum  -  one of the best in Alberta!
Take a walk through the past, and connect with the future.....

Crowsnest Pass Art Gallery ... Hwy 3, Frank
Feature Presentations, Hours of Operation
Links to Local Artists
Art Gallery Feature Presentations

Frank Slide Interpretive Center
Learn about the Frank Slide on Turtle Mountain, on April 29,1903.   Award Winning audio-visual presentation: "In the Mountain's Shadow" shown daily.  Open Year Round.... May 15- Sept 14: 9AM to 6PM... Sept 15-May 14: 10AM to 5PM

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Interpretive Center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located outside of Fort MacLeod, documents the buffalo hunting culture of aboriginal peoples....

Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village.... a collection of 13 restored turn of the century buildings with a variety of domestic and agricultural heirlooms in Pincher Creek

Heritage Acres Farm Museum ...
 Southern Alberta's best kept secret! ...
Nestled in the rolling foothills of the Rocky Mountain's lies Heritage Acres Farm Museum, a 180 acre site steeped in history and filled with country charm. Located next door to the spectacular Old Man River Dam, it is well worth the short drive off Hwy 3. 
 Remington Carriage Museum  -  located in Southern Alberta near Waterton Lakes National Park, houses one of the largest historical collections of horse-drawn carriages

The Fort Museum of the NWMP in Fort Macleod.  One of the first North West Mounted Police riding demonstrations took place in Fort Macleod in 1876.  Today this tradition continues with the Museum's NWMP Musical Ride.

The Empress Theatre ... Nestled in Fort Macleod's historic main street, the Empress Theatre is Alberta's oldest continually operating theatre since 1912 ... offering an eclectic mix of movies, concerts, and live theatre.