Magrath Heights

Visiting Magrath Heights in Alberta


Located at the Terwillegar heights in southern Edmonton, Magrath Heights is a young town that was established in 2003 after the Magrath Heights area structure plan was adopted. It is bounded by the Whitemud Creek Ravine on the east, the rabbit hill road in the west, the MacTaggart south of it, and the 23rd avenue to the north. It had a population of just about 2810 people in 2012.

Schools and Hospitals in Magrath Heights

There are many schools and health centers within and around Magrath Heights. They include the Children’s Autism Services of Edmonton for kids and people with special needs. The AMS academy, the Bernard Snell Hall and the Nellie Carlson School are all close by and are good schools. There are also several daycare’s like the Future Scholars Daycare And Out-Of-School-Care that take care of children whose parents have to work or run errands.

Things to do in Magrath Heights

West Edmonton Mall


The west Edmonton mall is the largest mall in Edmonton and it was established in 2003. This mall is ranked as the 23rd largest mall in the world. It has over 800 stores and over 100 dining venues. In this mall, there are also several attractions which include the World Water park, the Mayfield Toyota ice palace and Galaxy Land just to name a few. The World Water park is the second largest water park in the world.

Fort Edmonton Park

This is the largest living history museum in Canada. Here you get to see the rebuilt and the original historical structures that represent the history of this place. There are four sections in the park with each representing a different era. As a visitor, you have the freedom to visit the functional steam train that will transport you through the lengthy park as the guide explains the different sections to you.

The Muttart Conservatory


If you love nature, the Muttart Conservatory is a great place to experience it. There are botanical gardens and pyramidal biomes in this conservatory. You will also get to see plants that have gone extinct in most of the other places in the world.