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Vegreville Pysanka Egg, Vegreville

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  • Although it is nothing special it is the top attraction in Vegreville so if you are visiting or traveling through this city stop by for a visit as it only takes a few minutes to view.  more »
  • It had been many years since I had been to the Pysanka and thought my young boys would get a kick out of seeing it. So we made the pit stop on our way to Edmonton. I was pleasantly surprised when we p...  more »
  • This is a must-see place if you're cruising on the Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16). It showcases a neat part of Ukrainian culture, and with all the picnic tables, benches, and beautiful pond, it makes...  more »
  • First saw this in a Disney's Wonderful World of Knowledge book when I was a young kid. 35 years later, we happened to stop there unexpectedly on a road trip. It was just like the pics in that old book. Interesting place to stop and stretch. There's an old rail car for the kids to climb around in too.
  • I enjoyed reading about the history of making the biggest Easter egg in the world at its time, and how computer graphics was used in is design in the 70s.
  • Amazing place! Worth the deviation from your route, impressive and full of history!
  • Was worth seeing the Pysanka but no Ukrainian restaurant at all in the entire town was disappointing.
  • I love going here. It's always clean, there's a campsite, lots of history to learn.