Heritage Park Historical Village 


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Heritage Park Historical VillageHeritage Park offers guests an opportunity to immerse themselves in an exciting glimpse of Western Canada’s distinctive past. Our lively character interpreters bring the Park to life. Meet Mounties, blacksmiths, ranchers, towns’ folk, railway workers and fur traders and they recreate life over a century ago. Ride the rails on our authentic steam train, set sail aboard the S.S. Moyie paddlewheeler or join the fun at our antique midway. Our artifacts, including over 150 historical buildings, have been carefully collected and preserved for you to explore and enjoy on 66 scenic acres in the heart of Calgary.

Permanent Collections & Exhibitions

Heritage Park Historical Village highlights three different time periods in Western Canada’s distinctive past : 1860s Fur Trading era, 1880s Pre-Railway Settlement, and a 1910 Western Prairie Town – Post-Railway Settlement.

Must see exhibits include: Car 76 that was at the last spike driving at Craigellachie, one of only two Colonist Cars left in Canada; Sam Livingstone House – Calgary’s first white settler’s house; Peter Prince’s House – famous for running the Eau Claire Lumber Co. and bring electricity to Calgary; Sod House; and the Strathmore Standard – see an old printing press in action.

Unique Summer Camps: Children dress in period costumes, and discover what it was like to travel by train, learn in a one room school house and even do chores around the ranch. Visit our website for details.

Heritage Park Historical Village