Food and Drink
No trip back in time would be complete without a taste of old-time candy, freshly baked gingerbread, or Canadian cuisine from coast to coast.
Restaurants and Diners
For those looking for a sit-down meal, our restaurants are sure to satisfy. You’ll find everything from hamburgers to savory soups, all delicious and ample enough for any appetite.
A delicious selection including all-day breakfast, hot lunches and take-out sandwiches.
Gunn's Dairy Barn
Family-friendly dining with full meal selections in a true western atmosphere.
Open year-round, guests will enjoy hearty fresh food at affordable prices.
The social headquarters of the Historical Village.
Snacks, Concessions and Sweet Confections
From our well-loved candy story to a refreshment while exploring, there are seven spots for quick and delicious eats and treats from the past.
Freshly made bread, buns, tarts, and other fine baked goods.
Claresholm General Store
Heritage Park's old fashioned candy store.
Drew's Saloon and Stopping House
Drew’s Saloon provides a welcome resting area, serving cold drinks and snacks.
An old-fashioned ice cream parlour, candy store, and soda shop. Open year round.
Offers hot dogs, popcorn, candy floss, snow cones and cold drinks to the Park’s thrill-seekers.
Enjoy hot dogs, snacks and cold drinks at this former whistle stop.
Vulcan Ice Cream Parlour
Serving old-fashioned ice cream in a variety of flavours.
The Selkirk is Heritage Park’s year-round fine dining restaurant, located outside the Park gates in the Heritage Town Square.
Serving delicious favourites such as fish and chips, salads, steaks and more, the Selkirk combines impeccable service with a locally-focused, field-to-fork philosophy.