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Experience Downtown

In Downtown Lethbridge, you’ll find the Southern Alberta Art Gallery (SAAG), which showcases works by established and up-and-coming local, national and international contemporary artists. Steps away from the SAAG are the Casa interdisciplinary community arts centre and a walkable, character-rich business community with an ever-growing roster of independent boutiques, cafes, live music venues and restaurants. In the middle of it all is Galt Gardens, the city’s urban oasis and home to a year-round slate of events, including Love and Records (western Canada's largest outdoor record fair), Oktoberfest, Shakespeare in the Park, Lethbridge Pride Fest, National Aboriginal Day celebrations and many more.

At the nearby Galt Museum & Archives, explore Lethbridge’s history or take in the breathtaking views of the iconic CP Rail Lethbridge Viaduct, the longest and highest trestle bridge in the world, and the Oldman River Valley, part of our network of more than 1,740 hectares (4,300 acres) of parks and natural areas and home to the Helen Schuler Nature Centre and historic Fort Whoop-Up.

For more on downtown Lethbridge, including a business directory, visit the website.
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Did You Know?

The Lethbridge Public Library serves an estimated 700,000 patrons each year in person, and more than 500,000 online.