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About Old Strathcona
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There are many unique shops only White Ave (82 Ave) to catch the interest of young and old. There is also pubs in this area and parks. Adults would like the stroll thorough the area but children may get quickly tired of it all. There...More
When visiting Edmonton make sure you tour this area. It has a great Farmers' Market, a departure point for the High Level Bridge Streetcar, and all kinds of great eateries, pubs, and shops.
Take the High Level Streetcar to be dropped off right in front of the Old Strathcona Farmers' Market, where you will find everything from prepared meals and fresh vegetables to soaps and jewelry. Walk about 2 blocks to the Old Strathcona Antique Market and search...More
Great place to walk around, shop, eat, and have a drink with a friend. We stopped at the market and looked around, and ended up going back to Whyte Ave just to people watch and grab a bit to eat.
quite interesting to visit and take advantage of the many different shops. Lots of young people due to the proximity to the University of Alberta campus. The Old Strathcona Market is a farmer's market type of market and very interesting to visit if you like...More
Old Strathcona runs the gamut of character neighborhoods. Some of the buildings are old and well preserved historical sites while others are modern reproductions. There is a good variety of shopping. A few favorites of mine are the Chapters bookstore and Blackbyrd Myoosic. There are...More
Living in Old Strathcona was a highlight definitely. The stroll down Whyte Ave is very charming. The local farmer's market is a must as is having lunch or a drink on the patio. Lots of great unique stores, pubs, bars and restaurants. A must visit...More