Historic Main Street and Antique & Art Walk of Alberta Find boutique shopping, art, collectibles, antiques, and dining. Nanton's independent traders offer you what no box store or mall can. Conveniently located and organized around a walk, enjoy a stroll through our authentic downtown core as you pass from location to location. Find full details on our website
The grounds are the home of Nanton Nite Rodeo, which is held every weekend during the summer months. See the rising stars of tomorrow as they buck their way to the top of . This is where the pros get their start. Contact the Nanton Agricultural Society for more information about the grounds.
Bomber Command Museum & Visitor Information Centre
Tour through the World War II Lancaster Bomber, one of only a very few left in the world. The museum was built by
Canadian Grain Elevator Discovery Centre
Except for the few elevators that have been saved by industrious communities, Alberta will be elevator free before you can blink an eye. Once they are gone, they are gone.
Nanton Lion's Campground
The Nanton Campground is located alongside the Mosquito Creek on the east side of Nanton, easily accessed from Highway #533 East. This is a popular destination for tourists in Town for events being held at the Agricultural Park, baseball tournaments, golf course and community events. The Nanton Campground is privately operated.
For reservations, you can call or text the Campground Operator and receive a reply within 72 hours
Enjoy a round of golf at this 18-hole championship course, with a magnificent view of Nanton’s foothills landscape. Its beauty and challenge a steady stream of golfers from Calgary and nearby communities. Call the Nanton Golf Club at 403-646-2050 for more information and to book your next tee time.
The Candy Store
While in Town, give in to your temptations and stop by the Candy store. Family owned and operated since 2004, the Candy Store has attracted visitors from all over with their huge collection of nostalgic and popular candies imported from around the world. Visit their website for more information and hours.
MacEwan School House Visitor Information Centre
Located on Highway 2 North, near Main Street, this little yellow
Museum of Miniatures
Stroll through time and visit pioneers in their covered wagons, tour native villages, and an old western town. Look back at the ways of logging and farming and see the sights of the circus and African jungles. For visitors of all ages, these amazing displays bring history to life. Information on display exhibits and admission can be found online.
Nanton United Church Farmer's Market
The Nanton United Church Farmers’ Market is located just off of Highway 2 – Southbound at the Nanton United Church. It is a weekly event that draws crowds from all over southern Alberta. You will find fresh local and regional produce. Vendors also provide items such as honey, homemade soaps and much more. The market also hosts artisans from throughout the region selling unique crafts and clothing. The Nanton Farmer’s Market runs from mid-June to the first week of October every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM. Join us in Nanton where the farm comes to you!