Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2R7
If you're curious how Edmonton went from its humble beginnings to earning a metropolitan status, then visit Fort Edmonton Park, and you'll find some answers. The park is structured in four different eras; each part have customed performers chronicling a history of its own. The Fur Trade Era features an aboriginal camp, with an indian house, a york boat, some men and clerk's quarters, and the Rowand house. The Settlement Era constitutes a covered wagon that was used for traveling, the McDougall Methodist Church, and the Ottewell Homestead. The Municipal Era, on the other hand, shows the new improvements of Edmonton, featuring a tent city, a street car, and the Rutherford house. Finally, the Metropolitan Era details the modern touches of the city such as the invention of airplanes. Fort Edmonton Park is considered as a place of timeless value as it commemorates the living history of Canada. Other activities to try aside from the tour includes antique vehicle rides, pioneer children's games, bread baking, and a 1920s miniature golf course.
$11.75 Child (2-17 years old)/Youth/Senior 65+
Annual Passes rates available.
*Price may change without prior notice
Phone: (780) 442-5311 / Reservation: (780) 423-4069
Email: [email protected]
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