Ready for an extra day of fun, sun and freedom? Monday, September 4th, is hot on our heels, and you won’t want to miss a beat! Not sure how to spend your long weekend? From outdoor activities to annual festivities, here are 10 things to do in Edmonton on Labour Day in 2023.

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Have fun in the sun at the Edmonton Corn Maze


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What better way to celebrate a day with family and friends, than by getting some fresh air and taking some photos? This Monday, visit the Edmonton Corn Maze and get list in the sea of sunflowers. It’s going to be beautiful!

When: Open throughout the weekend
Where: 26171 Secondary Hwy 627, Spruce Grove
Cost: $14+

Have a bite at the EDLC’s Labour Day BBQ

Looking for something to satisfy your appetite? Head over to Giovanni Caboto Park for the 32nd annual Big Monday BBQ! Held by the Edmonton District and Labour Council, guests are encouraged to grab a burger and a drink, soak up the sun and enjoy live entertainment, giveaways and music!

When: Monday, September 4th, 2023
Where:  Clarke Stadium, 11000 Stadium Road
Time: 11:30 am – 3:30 pm
Cost: Free to attend

Visit the Snow Valley Aerial Park

Snow Valley Aerial Park awaits! This Monday, check out one of the most exciting spots in Edmonton. Grab a friend, prepare yourselves, and don’t look down! You’re going to have a blast.

Where: 13204 Rainbow Valley Road NW
Cost: $32+

Bid the sheep goodbye

Looking for something sbaaactacular? This Monday, grab a friend or your family members and head to the NE to bid Fort Saskachewan’s woolly friends goodbye with a grand ol’ parade! It’s going to be the cutest event of this year, so don’t miss it, Edmonton!

When: Monday, September 4th, 2023
Where: Fort Heritage Precinct – 10006 – 100 Avenue, Fort Saskatchewan
Cost: Free to attend

Take a ride on the High Level Bridge Street Car


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Want to see Edmonton form a whole new angle? Climb aboard the High Level Bridge Street Car and take in the sites and sounds of the city. It’s magical and cheap – and who doesn’t love cheap?

Where: 8419-104 Street NW
Cost: $8+

Visit a U-Pick Pumpkin Farm

It’s never too early to plan for the Halloween season! This Monday, head to Edmonton’s Somerset Farms and pick your very own pumpkin! Our advice? Make a pie out of this one, and then head back closer to the October 31st to grab another for carving! Opening day is September 2nd, and be sure to get your admission ticket online in advance.

Where: 1423 Township Rd 514, AB
Cost: $25 per car

Attend the Sweet Corn Festival

It’s the season of corn and this Labour Day, Alberta’s Prarie Gardens wants you to celebrate! During this exciting event, make scarecrows, play on their rope maze, visit the animals and watch a corn-eating contest! It’s going to be a blast.

When: Friday, September 2nd – 4th, 2023
Where: Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm, 56311 Lily Lake Road, Bon Accord
Cost: $15+

Take a hike

Hoping to get out of the city? This Monday, treat yourself to a stunning hike in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. Check the link above for our favourites and enjoy!

Experience ‘The Art of Brick’

It’s big, it’s bold, it’s brick! This Monday, check out the largest and most popular display of Lego art in the world Interested? Head to Telus World of Science to discover over a million tiny pieces that have been transformed into over 100 sculptures by contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya.

When: From now until October 10th, 2023
Where:  TELUS World of Science – Edmonton,  11211 142 Street
Cost: $30.90

Explore an Alberta Sunflower field

There’s nothing better than a Labour Day stroll! This Monday, explore a few of Alberta’s most beautiful sunflower fields. From Calgary to Edmonton, we’ve put together a list of some of the best so all you have to do is pick one and enjoy! Have fun, and thank us later.

And there you have it, folks! 10 things to do in Edmonton this Labour Day! It’s going to be a good one, we can feel it!