Fort Edmonton Park
If you’re looking to experience a slice of Alberta’s past, Fort Edmonton Park is an astonishingly accurate recreation of Edmonton as it would have been throughout the city’s history, and is the largest living history museum in Canada. The park features a variety of attractions designed to highlight important events such as the Hudson Bay Company Trading Fort (representing the Fur Trading Era), and the 1905 Street, where you can experience a ride on a historic streetcar or steam train. A newer addition is the recreated version of Edmonton’s Capitol Theatre, set to resemble its 1929 appearance and host of a variety of live concerts and theatre performances.
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm weekdays and 10am-6pm weekends in May to June, 10am-6pm daily from June to September, 10am-5pm daily in September
Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 143 Street, Edmonton, AB, Canada, +1 780 442 5311