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When you have the choice of everything from a thundering steam train to antique midway rides to beautifully preserved heritage buildings and homesteads, deciding what to do first isn't easy. Located in Calgary, Alberta, Heritage Park is Canada's...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
1900 Heritage Dr SW, Calgary, Alberta T2V 2X3, Canada
Such an interesting place bringing you back to the settler days of Calgary. The historical buildings and exhibits were very enjoyable and easy to get to on the old train. You need a day to see it all, but it's well worth your time, especially...More
this is a great place to visit with the family and learn some history about Calgary. Check out the old shops and building, or dine at the old hotel. It is a great place to visit in the summer. It also runs the Thomas the...More
We had a great day here, looking around the townsite and talking to all the knowledgeable householders. You can ride around the park on a vintage steam train or horse drawn buggy - really enjoyable day
Amanda O, Guest Services at Heritage Park Historical Village, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for your kind review! We're happy you enjoyed your day. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
A fantastic place that is done so brilliantly. The costumes of the workers to the amount of effort gone into restoring the place is unbelievable. A must see when in Calgary and easy to drive to with ample parking. Great for children to give them...More
One price fits all. Our family of 4 enjoyed the antique amusement park, train ride and wagon ride which was all included in the entrance fee. We really loved the cinnamon and cheese buns at the bakery. There were nice gift shops. The Ferris wheel...More
Im visiting family in Calgary and they took me here and its a great day out. There are lots of old bulidings like a bank, houses, a hospital stables with a blacksmith that you can go into and see how they lived years ago.
The covered wagon was more a part of the American west development than Canadian. The only working horse-drawn wagons here are for tours of the villages depicting three periods of development of Alberta's early history... More
The covered wagon was more a part of the American west development than Canadian. The only working horse-drawn wagons here are for tours of the villages depicting three periods of development of Alberta's early history. Aboriginal history is represented elsewhere, which may be a miss on the part of Heritage Park. It is primarily about European settlement.
I believe the park opens on the May long weekend. However, Gasoline Alley is open, and has wonderful antique automobiles for viewing all year long. There is also a restaurant, and stores containing antique collectibles.