Lethbridge — your UNESCO hub!

At the Heart of it All!

Welcome to Lethbridge, a thriving epicentre of adventure, culture, cuisine and 200 km of trails that will keep your heart beating fast; and your soul stoking the coals of inspiration. Rugged Badlands, majestic Rocky Mountains, timeless Indigenous culture — Lethbridge is a day trip away from 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is home to so many amazing local attractions.

With accommodations for every budget, deliciously diverse restaurants, and indulgent amenities, Lethbridge is the place to hang your hat as you discover all our incredible corner of Alberta has to offer.

We are also sitting at the heart of Canada's Premier Food Corridor! This means we have many local producers in the area, and plenty of restaurants creating new and innovative dining experiences from within the city limits! From Canada's Food Tours, to the Highway 3 Ale Trail, and the many events hosted in Lethbridge throughout the year, there is something to see, eat, and drink in Lethbridge!

Join Our Team! We're Hiring a New Operations Manager

Job posting closes Feb. 6, 2023, at 5:00 pm. For more information about the application process, download the following link.

Join our Tourism Lethbridge Board!

Tourism Lethbridge is a non-profit organization supported by the City of Lethbridge and managed by a team of professionals dedicated to promoting the tourism economy. The Tourism Lethbridge Board of Directors is balanced with a wide spectrum of experts that oversees the strategic direction for the organization. They provide proactive leadership and establish governance policies that support its mandate. They are also responsible for hiring and evaluating the CEO.

Recruitment closes on January 31, 2023. Send us your letter of interest and resume: [email protected]

Lethbridge is your Hub for UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Local Food, and Fun!

Lethbridge is just a day trip away and at the heart of 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, there's more than just the city to discover when you stay in Lethbridge. From the awe-inspiring structures of Writing on Stone/ Áísínai'pi, to the prehistoric past of Dinosaur Provincial Park. There is a whole hundreds of years of heritage to discover at four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, all just a day trip from Lethbridge.

#ExploreLethbridge

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Check out our Brews!

If farm to fork doesn't tickle your fancy, then why not try some of the incredible brews found in and around the city. Lethbridge being in the heart of Canada's Premier food corridor, also allows us to produce some of the best beers and brews in the city! Check out the Southern Alberta ale trail, which travels from medicine hat to the Crowsnest Pass and stop at three breweries in Lethbridge!

Indigenous Lethbridge

The City of Lethbridge rests on the ancestral land of the Blackfoot and Indigenous people of Canada. Lethbridge is in Treaty 7 territory as well as a part of the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.

This land has sustained and supported the lives and culture of all Indigenous people since long before we began tracking our history. To learn more about the territory and how it supports the cultural and historical practices of the Blackfoot people of Canada, read Rebecca Many Grey Horses' article on the importance of this territory to Blackfoot culture.

Plenty of stories to tell