This trendy street has several buildings from the turn of the 20th century and was originally the center of Edmonton’s fur trade industry. A block filled with brick facades, original hand-painted wall announcements, once-in-a-lifetime warehouses and a neon sign museum, it’s worth walking around on several blocks to enjoy its vintage vibes. At the south end (99 Avenue) you will find a beautiful tree-lined neighborhood with McKay Avenue School, built in 1905, and at the north end (between Jasper Avenue and 104 Avenue) there is a range of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Plus, where 104 Avenue meets 104 Street, Edmonton’s newest and brightest architectural feat, Rogers Place, stands proudly.
advice: We suggest you visit the open air market which is held on Saturdays if you are visiting between May and October, for many local goodies like Moonshine Donuts or Caramia Caramels.