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Town of Cardston

Cardston: A Place to Remember


Cardston, nestled in Alberta's southwest corner near Waterton Lakes National Park, mixes stunning views and rich history. Just 45 minutes from Lethbridge, the nearest city, and close to the Montana border, Cardston is a haven for those who cherish the serenity of rural life alongside modern conveniences.

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The Cardston Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is in Alberta SouthWest.

Did You Know?

Cardston's Mormon temple was the first built outside of the USA. The town also has streets which are side enough to let a wagon make a u-turn.

About the Statues

Outside of the Remington Carriage Museum is a statue of locally born jockey, George Woolf, and his horse, Sea Biscuit.The Town also has a statue of Fay Wray which honours the locally born star of King Kong (1933).

A couple enjoys being tourists in front of a statue of racehorse Seabiscuit, in Cardsont, Alberta SouthWest.

Town Gallery

See how Cardston — just 45 minutes from Lethbridge — delivers a mix of history, views and tourism opportunities.

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