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A sprawling park dedicated to the cultural history of First Nations and Métis peoples
The largest living history museum in Canada with a range of immersive activities
Explore the evolution of Edmonton from the mid-19th century to the roaring '20s, in period-accurate mini model towns
Interact with costumed guides and actors who bring history to life with gusto
Enjoy an outdoor maze, a funhouse, and the amazing Cabinet of Curios exhibit, all inside a 1920s-style midway
Booking Fort Edmonton Park tickets online couldn't be simpler, and it's always a good idea to book ahead so you don't have to wait in line the moment you arrive. Buying in advance often gets you in quicker.
Fort Edmonton Park tickets include:
- General admission to the visitor park and all its historical zones
- Access to midway rides and games
- Access to the train and streetcar
Parking spaces are limited at Fort Edmonton Park
Please consider alternate forms of transportation including public transit, taxi, Uber, carpooling, or bicycle
There are excellent cafes with food and drink to purchase in the historical themed zones around Fort Edmonton Park
Picnic tables are also provided for those that prefer to bring their own lunch
Animal and wagon rides are not included in the ticket price but can be purchased for a small surcharge onsite
Gifts, souvenirs, and candy are available to buy at the Front Entry Gift Shop and at the Treasure Trove on the midway
Pioneer goods are available at McDougall's General Store and hand-crafted items made by Indigenous artisans are available at the kiosk at the Indigenous Peoples Experience
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About: Fort Edmonton Park
Fort Edmonton Park is a cultural heritage park nestled in a 64-hectare area of wooded parkland in Edmonton, Alberta. The park provides a living history of Canada's First Nations and Métis Peoples.
What began as a Canada Centennial project in 1967 to reconstruct the old Fort Edmonton quickly grew to encompass much more. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Rotary Club of Edmonton and the Fort Edmonton Foundation, Fort Edmonton Park now includes the 1846 Hudson’s Bay Fort as well as recreated architecture, streets and streetcars from 1885, 1905, and 1920, depicting the evolution of Edmonton’s early history.