The Oil Sands Discovery Centre is being included among one organization’s top 10 places to see in Alberta.
The Association of Professional Engineering and Geoscientists of Alberta provided a list on Wednesday of must see attractions across the province which highlight engineering and geoscience marvels.
Coming in at the tenth spot was the Oil Sands Discovery Centre which not only tells the story of how Alberta unlocked the third largest oil reserve in the world but also teaches individuals about the science and technology behind the oilsands.
“It was difficult narrowing the list to just 10 attractions given the long history of engineering and geoscience in the province,” said Jay Nagendran, APEGA Registrar and CEO.
“But we hope it inspires tourists to explore our province and experience the ‘how of wow’ behind these attractions.”
Topping the list is the Lethbridge Viaduct, also known as the High Level Bridge.
Also making the list is the Canadian Energy Museum in Leduc County, Glacier Skywalk in Jasper, and Walterdale Bridge in Edmonton.