Please note that St. Julien Road is currently closed to all public access due to construction. Access is available via Ken Madsen path, Buffalo Street and Tunnel Mountain Drive.
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We are a full-service conference and hotel venue located within Canada’s leading arts and cultural organization based in the Canadian Rockies. We specialize in convening impactful meetings.
From conferences to banquets, tradeshow and retreats, we inspire leaders, executives and all attendees to make their unique contribution to society. Banff Centre’s spectacular setting and innovative programming unlock human potential.
Our home on the side of Sleeping Buffalo Mountain, in Treaty 7 territory is a sacred place for Indigenous people. For generations, Indigenous people gathered and held celebrations here, a tradition that continues today. Banff Centre is committed to Truth and Reconciliation by creating a dialogue between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians.
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Banff Centre is not-for-profit with all revenue from conferences underwriting scholarships for up to 4,000 artists and leaders every year. Furthermore, we value our National Park environment and ensure that all meeting-related activities and operations have a minimal environmental impact. Learn more on supporting arts and our green initiatives.