Heritage Park Historical Village

Heritage Park is a historical village in Alberta, Canada, featuring over 180 exhibits showcasing the culture and history of the Canadian West.

Heritage Park Historical Village is a living historical village in Calgary, Alberta that allows visitors to step back in time and experience life in Western Canada during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

To start your visit, you can explore the Historical Village, a collection of over 140 historical buildings and attractions, including a steam train, a paddle steamer, an old-fashioned carousel, and a two-story replica of Fort Calgary. Many of the buildings have been restored to their original condition and feature costumed interpreters who tell stories and demonstrate everyday life of the era. There are also several restaurants, shops, and other attractions within the village.

In addition to exploring the Historical Village, you can also take part in several special events throughout the year, such as a 4th of July celebration, a vintage car show, and a Family Day celebration. You can also take a guided tour of the historical village and learn about the history of the area, or take a horse-drawn wagon ride through the village.

If you're looking for something a bit different, you can also visit the Prehistoric Park and get a glimpse of the dinosaurs that once roamed the area. There is also an interactive Children's Museum, a wildlife sanctuary, and a theater that puts on a variety of shows throughout the year.

No matter what you choose to do at Heritage Park Historical Village, you're sure to have a great time learning about the history of Western Canada.

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Facilities at Heritage Park Historical Village

  • Guided tours
  • Well-preserved historical buildings
  • Horse-drawn wagon rides
  • Working blacksmith
  • Working locomotive
  • Restaurants and food services
  • Gift shops
  • Special events and festivals
  • School programs
  • Picnic areas