Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2P8
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is an open air museum with real-life enactments that showcases the 1980s life in East Central Alberta. These re-enactments depict the lives of the Ukrainian immigrants: their household activities, their institutions, and their businesses. The advantage is the fact that there are over thirty historic structures relocated to the museum, so it's much more easier to understand the bygone times. Experience the actual lives of the Ukrainian community, as you get to rub elbows with role-players in a farmstead zone, a school house, the grocery store, blacksmith house, and the three churches of Eastern Byzantine rite. "The Village" commits itself to the historical authenticity of their depictions, and even hosts special events to present the Canadian art, culture, and community. The tour inside the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village starts off with an overview of the immigrants, leading to all the other restored and furnished historical structures.
Regular Daily Admissions:
$9.00 Adult (18 to 64 years)
$7.00 Senior (65 and over)
$4.00 Youth (7 to 17 years)
$20.00 Family (2 adults & children)
Child 6 years and under and Local Friends Member are FREE. Discount rates for Outside Friends Members and Group Tour Bookings are available.
*Price may change without prior notice
Email: [email protected]
Payment must be made in advance or on arrival by cash, VISA, Mastercard, or cheque made payable to "Minister of Finance".
Book early to avoid disappointment. Weather should be considered when planning a visit. Programs are subject to change or cancellation.