The Angry Birds Universe exhibition at TELUS World of Science–Edmonton (photo: Ian Kucerak/IK Creative)

Kids’ Club: Spring Break Activities in Alberta

By AMA Staff

Check out these Spring Break boredom busters and other adventures in Alberta and beyond!

BIRD BRAINS
Physics, geometry, engineering and more come to high-flying life in the immersive Angry Birds Universe exhibition at TELUS World of Science–Edmonton.
Save 10% on admission

JUST ADD COLOUR
Dinosaurs have been extinct for millions of years, but kids can bring them back to life on the page. Print off “terrible lizard” colouring sheets here.
Save 10% on admission to the Royal Tyrrell Museum or Philip J. Currie Museum

ROARING TO GO
Can you name three mammals that live at the Calgary Zoo? (Psst! One of them is shown above.) Enter to win one of five family outings to the Calgary Zoo.
Save 20% on Calgary Zoo admission or save 10% at the Edmonton Valley Zoo

BIG-SCREEN BONANZA
The Boss Baby is set to open in March. Do you know which actor voices the boss baby? Send us your answer and you could win one of 10 Cineplex Child Adventure tickets.
Save on movie tickets for Cineplex and Landmark Cinemas when purchased at AMA centres

BREAK OUT!
Kids age six and up, accompanied by an adult, can put on their thinking caps and help solve the mystery of the Forbidden Temple—just one of the escape puzzles you can play at Calgary locations of The Locked Room.
Save 15% on escape room bookings

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See stormtroopers for less this spring at Disneyland (photo: Disney)

HOME & AWAY
Take off this Spring Break for close-to-home experiences or far-flung fun!

Disneyland: Dine with Cinderella, sing along to “It’s a Small World,” say hi to a stormtrooper and much more.
Canadian residents save 25% on tickets to Disneyland Resort 

Riviera Maya: Snorkel with sea turtles and swim with dolphins at Xcaret, Xel-Há or Xplor nature parks in Mexico.

Vancouver: Bike around Stanley Park, walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge, watch sea lions at the Vancouver Aquarium and more in B.C.’s biggest city.