Duration : Minimum 2 hours recommended
Schedule : 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Season : May 23 to Sept. 5
Location : 20 minutes from Calgary
Take a stroll through Canada's past along the streets of this authentic 1910 village. You will feel like you are in a Western movie!
Heritage Park is Canada's largest living history museum, featuring period houses, wooden sidewalks, a smithy, a teepee, an old schoolhouse, an authentic steam train, and much much more...
Throughout your visit, you will encounter interpreters in period costume who bring the village to life. Other sections of the park represent a 1880 settlement, a trading post, a ranch and the arrival of the railroad.
Don't hesitate to pack a picnic lunch as the site offers plenty of scenic spots for enjoying a meal in the open air.
|Season||Adult||3 to 15 yrs old||0 to 2 yrs old|
|2022/05/20 to 2022/10/10||$32||$21||$0|
|2023/05/19 to 2023/10/09||$33||$22||$0|
* Thee Park offers a wide variety of dining and concession options for lunch, near the entrance and at several locations throughout the Park.
1900, Heritage Drive S.W., Calgary, (AB)
Really nice park to visit
(Translated by Google) Huge park that is worth visiting and immerses you in history instantly. There are people in period outfits who tell you the history of the places everywhere (unfortunately only in English). Ideal with children. You can easily spend the day there but the blazing heat got the better of us after 4 hours there. The steam train was out of order but we were able to take a ride on the old fashioned tram, paddle wheeler and a lovely carousel ride!
(Translated by Google) The park is very pleasant to walk around and discover some moments of Canadian history. 1/2 day is perfect to visit the whole at ease. It's easy to get tickets on site.
The Canada of yesteryear
(Translated by Google) A bit disappointing. We had an impression of deja vu in less successful.