Historical Village Opening Weekend
May 18 -20
Take a journey back in time and discover how the west was once!
History comes to life in the homes, shops and on the streets of
the Historical Village and in the Settlement.
Enjoy a scenic horse-drawn wagon ride around the Park, experience the thrill of an antique midway or take a ride on our thundering steam train.
Savour a mouth-watering cheese bun from the Alberta Bakery, old-fashioned candy from the Claresholm General Store or enjoy a leisurely lunch in the elegant Wainwright Hotel.
Our friendly costumed townsfolk will be happy to share with you
the stories of the pioneers who helped settle Western Canada.
Please note: Due to the low water levels in the Glenmore Reservoir, the S.S. Moyie is not wheelchair accessible at this time.
The large Ferris Wheel will not be operating this weekend.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Enjoy a complimentary pancake breakfast with your regular admission or with your annual pass. Breakfast is available for the first 500 guests before 10:30 a.m. on all three days.
Saturday and Sunday
1812 On Tour, a travelling experience that brings to life the stories of a war that helped define Canada as a nation, will be making a stop at the Heritage Park Historical Village from May 18th to May 19th. 1812 On Tour features a variety of marquee tents that highlight 4 heroes of the War of 1812 and the most important landscapes, forts and buildings that make up the more than 20 Parks Canada War of 1812 national historic sites in Central and Eastern Canada.
Come play period games, get a temporary tattoo, or be part of our Xplorers program. 1812 On Tour has something for everyone!
1812 On Tour will be travelling across the country over the next two years.
Visit www.parkscanada.gc.ca for the full tour schedule.
Victoria Afternoon Tea is SOLD OUT