This stylish avenue boasts a number of buildings from the flip of the twentieth century and was initially the hub of Edmonton’s fur buying and selling business. Chock-a-block filled with brick facades, authentic hand-painted wall advertisements, and once-upon-a-time warehouses, and a neon signal museum, it’s well worth the a number of block stroll to absorb its classic vibes. On the south finish (99 Avenue) you’ll discover a good looking tree-lined neighbourhood that includes the McKay Avenue Faculty, in-built 1905, and on the north finish (between Jasper Avenue and 104 Avenue), there’s an array of retailers, cafes, eating places, and bars. Plus, the place 104 Avenue meets 104 Avenue, the latest and shiniest of Edmonton’s architectural feats, Rogers Place, sits proud.
Tip: We recommend hitting up the out of doors market held on Saturdays if you happen to’re visiting between Might-October, for many native treats like Moonshine Doughnuts or Caramia Caramels.