Below is a list of some historical Jewish landmarks in the city of Calgary.

• The Little Synagogue on The Prairie -  Link
The historic Montefiore Institute is a gift from The Little Synagogue on the Prairie Project Society to the Calgary Jewish Community and to Calgary's Heritage Park Historical Village. This original 1916 prairie synagogue, which once served a tiny Jewish bloc settlement in eastern Alberta, is the first synagogue to be included in the permanent collection of any historic park in Canada.

• The Glenbow Museum -
Containing a collection of historical photographs, audio recording, and text documents collected by The Jewish Historical Committee of Calgary, Alberta about the Jewish community in Calgary in the early 1970s including interviews with Jewish pioneers from the Calgary area.

• The Diamond Residence -   City of Calgary Official Listing 
The first home of Calgary's first Jewish family, Jacob and Rachel Diamond. Jacob Diamond, a leader central to Calgary's early Jewish community, was at the forefront in the founding of Calgary's first Jewish cemetery, congregation, and synagogue.