Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Canada

They seem to talk a combination of French and American, survive in temperatures that would make a penguin weep and it is home to some of the most stunning scenery in the world! We are talking about Canada, but this tourist guide is a walk on the weird side…



Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Canada
Habitat 67

10 – Montreal –

Habitat 67 crazy looking community and housing complex that was designed by Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. Let’s hope he is back on the medication!

Ripley’s, Believe It or Not, Building

9 – Niagara Falls –

Ripley’s, Believe It or Not, is three unique attractions in one. Not even the beauty of Niagara Falls will keep you out of this building of amusing oddities!

The Grand Gathering

8 – Quebec –

Featuring more than 100 life-sized stone and wood statues made by Marcel Gagnon, it is a tour of weird and wonderful art that some love and others hate with a passion.

The Crooked Bush

7 – Saskatoon –

These twisted trees are a grove of deformed aspen tree. It looks like a Salvador Dalí painting!

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The Free Spirit Spheres

6 – Qualicum Bay –

The Free Spirit Spheres are located among the tallest trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island. It’s like sleeping in an unusual eco-resort hotel!

Mac the Moose

5 – Saskatchewan –

This moose shaped steel and concrete sculpture is the world’s largest moose at 32 feet tall! And they call him Mac.

Boswell Glass House

4 – Boswell –

Made from several thousand glass embalming fluid bottles this house is amazing, but also a little creepy if you think of where the fluid went!

The Pingualuit Crater Lake

3 – Pingualuit Provincial Park –

This massive crater in Northern Quebec has been luring the curious of travellers for over 50 years and has so many mysteries attached to it, it could make a top 10 post all on its own!

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Ramsay’s Upside-down Church

2 – Vancouver park –

Called “The Device to Root Out Evil” this art installation by Dennis Oppenheim has since moved home from Vancouver park and now has a new home in Calgary

The Spotted Lake

1 – British Columbia –

The spotted lake is a saline endorheic alkali lake located just north-west of Osoyoos in the Similkameen Valley. This is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Canada, featuring many colourful pools. A must-see on any tour of the weird.

Author: Gus Barge

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