This trendy street has had multiple buildings since the early 20th century and was originally the center of Edmonton’s fur trade industry. The choke-a-block, filled with brick facades, original hand-painted wall advertisements and once warehouses and a neon sign museum, is worth a multi-block stroll to take in its vintage vibes. At the south end (99 Avenue) you will find a beautiful tree-lined neighborhood that houses the McKay Avenue School, built in 1905, and at the north end (between Jasper Avenue and 104 Avenue), shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Plus, where 104 Avenue meets 104 Street, Edmonton’s newest and brightest Rogers Place is proud of its architectural successes.
Tip: If you are visiting between May-October for local dinners like Moonshine Donuts or Caramel Caramels we suggest hitting the open market on Saturday.