Peace Bridge

Peace Bridge (Calgary, Alberta)

Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, Peace Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that accommodates both cyclists and foot traffic across the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. Most often referred to as the Finger Trap Bridge, because of its uncanny similarity to a finger

Hartland Bridge

The Hartland Bridge (Hartland, New Brunswick)

At 1,282 feet (391m) long, the Hartland Bridge in Hartland, New Brunswick, is the world’s longest covered bridge. Crossing the Saint John River from Somerville to Hartland, the bridge has served the communities since 1901. Before the

The Big Nickel, Ontario, Canada

The Big Nickel (Sudbury, Ontario)

Located at the Dynamic Earth Science Museum in Sudbury, Ontario, is a nine meter (30 ft) tall Canadian nickel. The idea for the distinctly Canadian roadside attraction and tourist destination known as The Big Nickel

Hotel Prince of Wales

Prince of Wales Hotel (Waterton, Alberta)

Located just north of Glacier National Park, high on a bluff overlooking Waterton Lake and the small town of Waterton, Alberta, the Prince of Wales Hotel is one of the most photographed in the world. 

Signpost Forest at Lake Watson

Sign Post Forrest (Watson Lake, Yukon)

What started as a joke played by Private Carl K. Lindley in 1942 has turned into one of the most famous roadside attractions along the Alaska Highway.  While serving with the 341st Engineers, Carl Lindley

The World's largest Pysanka egg

The Vegreville Egg (Vergreville, Alberta)

One of the main roadside attractions and tourist destinations along the Yellowhead Highway, The Vegreville Egg is a giant sculpture of a pysanka, a Ukrainian style Easter egg.  The work by Paul Maxum Sembaliuk is